3 Tips For Getting A Home Sold In Under 30 Days

Posted on: 17 August 2016
When it comes to selling a home, many people want to get the best offer possible and are willing to wait a few months to get it. However, there are plenty of times when a home needs to be sold as quickly as possible. This is often the case whenever someone is relocating for a job or has run into financial problems. In these cases, it's often best for the seller to move the property in less than a month.
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Using Short Refinance To Prevent Foreclosure

Posted on: 17 August 2016
If property prices have fallen in your area, you may find yourself in a situation where you owe more on your house than it is worth.  For example, you may buy a house for $700,000 only for its value to plummet to $620,000 after a few years and a mortgage balance of 650,000. In this example, even if the lender opts for foreclosure, they aren't guaranteed of recouping their initial investment.
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Three Things You Must Do To Protect Your Empty Home Lot

Posted on: 10 August 2016
Buying a home lot is a good investment for many buyers. If you plan to build a home yourself, or if you plan to invest in a modular home to put down on your land, you will first need a lot. Securing lots is often less expensive than securing a home, plus you get the option to sit down a home in a good neighborhood. If you have an empty home lot that is still waiting for a home to be placed on it, there is still work to be done on the lot before the home arrives to protect the property.
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3 Security Tips To Follow After A Roommate Moves Out

Posted on: 6 August 2016
If a roommate moves out -- whether on good terms or bad -- it is important to protect yourself. Even though you might not want to think about the idea that someone you once shared a home with might cause you harm in any way, you can never be too careful. Luckily, following these three tips can help you protect yourself. 1. Change Your Locks First of all, even if your roommate has supposedly given you all of the keys that he or she had in his or her possession, it still pays to either invest in new locks for your door or to hire a locksmith to have these locks rekeyed.
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