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INFOGRAPHIC: How is Your Credit Score Broken Down?

Your credit score plays a huge role in your eligibility to qualify for a mortgage. If you’re planning to buy a home in the near future, you’d be well-advised to understand exactly how it’s broken down.

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How Does the FHA’s Energy Efficient Mortgage Work?

Are you currently in the market to buy a home, and want to make sure there’s enough money in the pot to boost its energy efficiency once you take possession? If so, you may be able to get some financial assistance to help pay for these energy-efficient upgrades.

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7 Unsightly Home Features That Buyers Should Have an Open Mind About

Buyers are often unable to visualize what a home can potentially look like before any updates have been made. That’s why it’s highly recommended for sellers to employ a professional home stager to revamp their home in order to help it appear more attractive to buyers on the prowl.

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8 Things You Should Never Pour Down the Drain in Your Home

Just because you pour something down the drain doesn’t necessarily mean that it will magically disappear through the pipes. Sure, you can expect most liquids and a few tiny solids to make their way through the plumbing with little issue, but there are plenty of other items that can wreak havoc if you try to pour them down the drain.

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What is a ‘Land Contract’ All About?

Sellers have various avenues they can take to offer buyers incentives to purchase their homes, and one of them is through seller financing. Most home purchases are done with the assistance of financing in order to help make it feasible for buyers to claim title on a property, and sometimes buyers can turn to the seller themselves rather than the bank when it comes to obtaining financing for a home.

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What Buyers Should Know About Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions

Are you planning to buy a condo, townhouse, or a home in a planned unit development? If so, be prepared to have to deal with covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs). In fact, any home that’s governed by a homeowners association (HOA) has their own set of CC&Rs that all residents must abide by.

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INFOGRAPHIC: This is Where All the Energy is Going in Your Home

Out of all the energy consumption in the U.S., about 40% is used by residential and commercial properties. More specifically, residences rank third highest in energy consumption in the country. Given these stats, what is all this energy going towards in the average American home?

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Real Estate Transaction Fee to Fund Affordable Housing Approved By California State Senate

The housing affordability issue has been a dire one throughout the state of California for some time now, but perhaps there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Recently, the California State Senate approved a real estate transaction fee that could make as much as $300 million available in funding to build more affordable housing across the state.

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The Role of the Real Estate Agent Explained: Sellers

Whether you’re on the buying or selling end of a real estate transaction, the process can often be a complicated one, especially for first-timers. Buying or selling a home is unlike any other type of transaction and can be filled with all sorts of complexities that the average person will have trouble handling appropriately.

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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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