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What You Need to Know About a Condemned House

Every now and then you may be driving through a particular neighborhood and see a home that is all boarded up. There are likely to be multiple no trespassing signs posted on the lawn and house. What you are likely seeing is a condemned house. Condemned houses are usually not found in affluent areas. They are more...

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7 Strategies to Follow to Build Client Loyalty in Real Estate

Building a loyal customer base can help a real estate agent’s success. In any successful real estate company, the top 20% of its most loyal customers account for 80% of total revenue. However, only a few real estate brokers attempt to establish real estate customer loyalty, which boosts their chances of success. A B2B customer...

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3 Things Your Clients Should Know About Property Lines

When you are buying or selling a property, it is important to understand the property lines. Knowing your lot lines will help ensure that the transaction goes smoothly. As a home buyer, you’re probably going to be interested in knowing the location of your boundary lines for more than one reason. Of course, you might...

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How to Help Your Children Buy a Home

With student debt looming and career paths constantly changing, the financial situation for a lot of young adults is tough. If your kids are in their 20s or 30s and still haven’t purchased a home, maybe you would like to help them. For those who can’t afford to give their adult children the entire cost...

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Hauling Houses and Buying the Block: Outside the Box Ideas in Housing

Often in the housing industry, people get caught looking up. Expecting the next big thing or the solution to long-standing problems to come from a national think-tank, a big conglomerate or an established thought leader is not misguided—a lot of world-changing ideas do, of course, originate from these spheres. At the same time, it is...

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How to Do a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) In Real Estate

When buying or selling a home, having a fair and accurate current market value is essential. As a homebuyer, you don’t want to overpay for a property, and as a seller, you don’t want to overprice. When making a home purchase, it is essential to know what you are getting into. You want to ensure...

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5 Benefits of Having a Homeowners Association

Are you considering buying into a homeowner’s association? There can be some significant benefits to purchasing a home in an HOA. Each homeowner’s experience with an HOA will vary depending on the amenities and rules that are in place in their community. It is important to understand what is offered before signing up for membership,...

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Millennial Buyers vs. Housing Market: The Struggle to Find a Home

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) has recently completed its long-running “Generational Trends” survey to provide intriguing information on the trends impacting home buyers and sellers by generation. Seeing how different generations approach the home buying process can help real estate agents better serve these clients and tap into these trends. Let’s explore some key...