How To Buy a Foreclosure

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Many buyers are understandably nervous about buying a foreclosed home, also known as a distressed sale. There are horror stories galore about people purchasing a foreclosure and regretting it, but buying a...
Avoiding Burnout As A Real Estate Agent

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Every industry contains a danger of job burnout. Although it's not an actual medical disease, the Mayo Clinic defines burnout as "a special type of work-related stress -- a state of physical or emotional...
11 Components Of A Real Estate Business Plan

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If you've never crafted your own real estate business plan before, doing it for the first time can feel especially overwhelming. The good news, however, is that if you include certain things in your plan, and...
5 Ways to Maximize Your Living Space

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Since the real estate bubble burst, people all over the country have started doing more with fewer houses. Here are a few simple tips for getting the most out of your humble abode.
How To Move On A Budget

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As anybody who has ever bought a house before knows, real estate is quite expensive! Many buyers, although elated that they're about to be homeowners (either for the first time or in new digs), also realize...
Annual Home Maintenance Checklist

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If you’ve been a homeowner before, you know that just like your vehicle needs regular maintenance likeoil changes to run well—so does your home. It can be easy to ignore or put these things off, but...
What Your Brokerage Can Do For You: Buyers

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Every real estate brokerage is pretty much the same -- right? Even though this seems like common knowledge among buyers, the truth is that the real estate brokerage where your agent hangs their shingle can...