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9 Ways to Sell Your Home Faster Than the Neighbors

In a way, it’s a competition: you and your neighbors are essentially competing for the same buyers. It’s anyone’s game, but there are things you can do to gain an edge over the other listings in your neighborhood.

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6 Reasons to Come Up With a Large Down Payment

Buying a home is undoubtedly a massive purchase that requires a substantial amount of money up front in the form of a down payment. But it can be tough to come up with a lump sum of money. As such, many homebuyers choose to buy homes with minimum down payment amounts, such as 5% down, 3.5% down, and even 0% down in some cases.

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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For December 2017

Here are the stats for the California housing market in December 2017 as gathered by the California Association of Realtors (CAR).

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9 Things to Know About Buying Pre-Construction Homes

There are obvious perks to buying a brand new home; namely, new materials, the ability to customize to your liking, and the potential to buy at pre-construction prices. But as convenient as new home construction may be, there are certain things that buyers should be wary of when buying a new home from a builder.

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10 Simple DIY Projects to Give Your Home Equity a Boost

If you’re thinking of selling some time in the near future, you might want to take a look around and pinpoint areas that could use some improvement. Making some updates around the house can add some extra value to your home that you can recoup when it comes time to sell.

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7 Ways to Eliminate Pet Odors Before Listing

You might be sharing your home with a furry friend or two, but those cute critters have a tendency of leaving foul odors behind. While you might not notice these smells that much, buyers will. Here are some ways to help you get rid of those awful scents before the first prospective buyer walks through your front door.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Interesting Stats on the Relationship Between Real Estate and Social Media

Social media is undoubtedly a staple for both businesses and consumers alike. And when it comes to the world of real estate, both real estate professionals and buyers/sellers are increasingly depending on social media channels to ensure a successful deal. Here are some interesting facts about how social media is being used by both realtors and the clients they serve.

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Things Guests Notice About Your House Right Away

It’s always nice to have people come to visit, but being a host typically involves a little tidying up. But getting your home ready for guests might involve a little more than just clearing the shoes out of the front entrance or getting that pile of dishes done. Your guests will notice a lot more than what you may think.

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6 Signs of a Seller’s Markets

Whether you’re a buyer or seller, knowing what type of market you’re currently in will make a big difference in your approach.

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7 Reasons Your Credit Score Dropped

Your credit score is a critical component of your financial health, so you want to make sure it’s as high as it can be. If it’s in bad shape, you’ll find it difficult to get approved for a mortgage, auto loan, and other loans on credit.

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