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Tuesday, May 15, 2018  11:33 AM
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April, May, June.... these are some of the hottest months for home buying and selling. In south Florida, we generally see the most sales activity in the first two quarters of the year. If you ask any real estate expert or investor, they'll tell you that 2018 is no exception.

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018  11:16 PM
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Buying a home might seem like a huge undertaking.  It's not something you do every day, so you might not know what to expect.  Most buyers don't.  Learning the home buying process can take the mystery out of buying a new home and allow you to approach each step with confidence. 1.  Identify your real estate agent and mortgage broker; these professionals will be your guides through the process 2.  Get a loan pre-approval; learn yo  ur budget and terms 3.  Go house-hunting 4.  Negotiate the price and terms 5.  Enter the contract period and place a deposit 6.  Perform home inspections 7.  Receive the appraisal and obtain final loan approval 8.  Review all information and remove contingencies if satisfied 9.  Close on your new home!!!   As you can see, buying a home is really a series of small decisions.  As long as you continue to find the information you receive accept ...

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Monday, March 12, 2018  12:09 PM
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Obviously rushing into a big purchase as real estate is unwise. Although if you take too much time on deciding, another home buyer will take advantage of your indecisiveness and buy your dream home right under your nose. The market changes every single month. You can also find homes you were looking at with a higher sales price if you wait to long. 

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Saturday, March 3, 2018  02:24 PM
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Did you know that if you don’t price your home competitively in the first two weeks, the chances of selling it at the rate you want diminish by at least 75%?  Those first initial two weeks of exposure is the most important thing that can dramatically affect the sale of your property. So where do you go to find the right source to price your property correctly?  I mean you can check out sites like Zillow, trulia, or homesnap. The problem is that their data is usually not accurate. They give you an unrealistic number that actually can harm the sale of your property. To get an accurate value of your home, you need a CMA (comparative market analysis) from a licensed realtor.  The CMA gives you a report of recently sold homes, active listings, and pending sales in your neighborhood. This report will give you the correct competitive edge on pricing your home correctly from your competition because it comes from local industry professionals.  Just p ...

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