How Much is My House Worth?

Are you wondering “how much is my house worth?” I have two answers for you. First, if you don’t really need to move, it is worth whatever you say it is. If you think, “I wouldn’t sell this house for less than $300,000,” then it is worth that much to you. If you “need” to sell it, though, what it ...

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Subletting Your Home to a New Tenant

There are many reasons why you might want to consider subletting your home to a new tenant. You might want to move out of state for a while, or take an extended vacation. Relocating for the purpose of a new job is another common scenario. Many people choose to sublet their home under these kinds of circumstances instead of selling ...

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Use the Right Strategy to Sell Home Top Dollar

If you are thinking of getting rid of your home, then devise strategies which can help you to sell home top dollar. Now days, many people are using staging as a market strategy. Most people know w that the more you stage you house, the more easy it is easy to sell your house. Another well-known fact, which runs in ...

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Property Tips for Landlords: How to Choose a Letting Agent

For the majority of people looking for properties to rent, the letting agent they choose is the missing link between finding their dream property and bagging a real nightmare but how can you ensure that the letting agent representing you and your property is reputable and reliable? And what can you expect when using letting agents to market your rental ...

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How to Determine Closing Costs As a Seller

Determining the closing costs as a seller in any real estate deal is really a simple process. Selling raw land in most areas is easier to determine than that of buying a home. Because insurance and utility bills aren’t included in the transaction, the most difficult item to determine in a raw land deal will be the taxes. Let’s break ...

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Writing The Perfect Character Reference For A Potential Landlord

These days, renting a house is not as easy as ringing the landlord or real estate agent, taking a quick look around and signing on the dotted line. Over the years as competition for quality rental properties has increased, landlords have become more selective about their tenants for many reasons, including the tenants ability to pay rent on time, the ...

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Apartments and Stress – Leaving the Frustration Behind

Apartments are everywhere but finding the right one for you is not the easiest thing in the world! Before you get overwhelmed with the tasks ahead of you it is essential that you plan and strategize. Before you call about any apartment or set foot in one you need to know in your own mind what is it you are ...

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Secrets of Successful Real Estate Closings

There is an emerging trend for the use of a Transaction Coordinator. A person who monitors and coordinates the numerous details, deadlines and dates involved with closing a real estate transaction. Your contract could be voided by missing just one deadline and that is devastating for all parties. You’re involved in the details of moving. You need more time and ...

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Minimum Wage May Help Home Sales

The minimum wage is going to increase from $5.15 to $5.85 per hour. The paycheck raise is expected to increase some 20,000 paychecks for Idaho residents. This pay increase will help some people qualify for houses they otherwise would not have been able to qualify for. It will help others feel more comfortable with their existing mortgage. This minimum wage ...

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Finding a Cheap College Apartment for Students

As a student looking for an apartment the right price has to be first and foremost on the agenda. A student cannot afford to pay for an expensive apartment unless he or she has the ready funds for it. Living expenses for a college student is pretty tight so finding the right and cheap apartment is the only way to ...

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