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6 Tips to Selling Your Flip Even Quicker

One of the keys to making a profit on a fix and flip is to sell as quickly as possible right after rehabbing is complete. The longer it takes to sell the place, the less money will be left in your pocket. When you factor in the carrying costs and the potential for market conditions to fluctuate, you stand a much better chance of reaping a higher profit if you sell quickly.

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6 Costly Home Inspection Blunders Buyers Should Avoid

A big part of making a prudent buying decision is ensuring that you know what you’re getting. When it comes to buying a house, you want to takes steps to find out if there are any issues with it. If there are, you’ll want to identify how serious the problems are and whether or not they will influence your decision to go through with the deal.

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8 Tips For Furnishing an Odd-Shaped Room

Furnishing a symmetrical rectangular room is pretty simple, especially if you’ve got ample space to work with. But how exactly do you go about arranging furniture in an odd-shaped space without it looking like everything’s just been thrown together with little forethought?

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How to Repair Your Credit Following Foreclosure

Over the past decade, millions of Americans lost their homes due to foreclosure after the devastating housing crisis hit the country back in 2008. Not only is losing a home to foreclosure emotionally distressing, it can also wreak havoc on your credit score. Taking a major ding on your credit rating can seriously hamper your ability to take out another mortgage, or any other type of loan for that matter.

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Grads! How to Snag Your First Apartment

You’re fresh out of college, and now real life really begins. After you’ve landed yourself a great job thanks to your diploma or degree, your next step is to find a place of your own. Adjusting to a new life outside of college can be daunting and overwhelming, and having to find your first apartment to rent just adds to that stress. But with the right plan in place, the process doesn’t have to be as difficult as you may think.

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7 Home Improvements That Can Put Your Neighbors Off

Many homeowners choose to renovate their homes rather than moving to a new place. Improving your home can help update the construction and systems, add more much-needed space, or add a higher level of convenience for all household members to enjoy.

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Buying in a Planned Community? 5 Things You Should Do First

If you’re looking to buy a home that’s located in a community filled with all the amenities that will make life in your new neighborhood an enjoyable one, then a planned community might be a viable option.

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What is ‘Tenants in Common’ in Real Estate All About?

There are different ways to hold title of a property. While joint tenancy and sole ownership tend to be more common, there are other less common ways to own real estate, including ‘tenants in common’. There really are no limits on how many people can be on title to a home, though realistically, lenders will have specific requirements that can restrict who is allowed to be on title.

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7 Signs a Homebuyer Isn’t Serious About Buying

As a seller, your main goal is to find the right buyer who’s willing to offer you a fair price for your home. In a perfect world, these would be the only types of prospective buyers that you would have to deal with. Unfortunately, there will always be those tire kickers out there who may express love for your home but just end up wasting your time.

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