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    10 best real estate tips for 2016

    Buyers: Don’t overreach A bidding war might spur you to overspend, but paying an inflated price can make it tough to resell when prices stabilize or sink. (Read 2008-2009 real estate columns as a reminder.) A decision to pay a premium isn’t always an errant one, though, when you plan to live in the house […]

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    Mortgage Phishing Scam!

    On March 18 the FTC Consumer Blog issued a post focused on hackers who have been breaking into some consumers’ and real estate professionals’ email accounts to get information about upcoming real estate transactions. After figuring out the closing dates, the hacker sends an email to the buyer, posing as the real estate professional or […]

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    PORTER RANCH GAS LEAK

    By Carmen Balber, Consumer Watchdog The largest methane gas leak in California history began more than four months ago and has driven residents with nosebleeds, vomiting, rashes, and dizziness out of 5,000 homes. Shouldn’t we know why, how and who caused the mess by now? Even though the leak has been capped there are many […]

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    IS THIS THE YEAR FOR THE WEST COAST SLOWDOWN??

    For the past three years, the western region of the U.S. has been infamous for its exorbitant housing markets. Western metros consistently topped lists of the hottest housing markets from realtor.com each month last year. Homebuyers in these markets have long struggled to make purchases because of a shortage of inventory and rising home prices […]

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    Attract homebuyers even during the holidays with these useful tips.

    Attract homebuyers even during the holidays with these useful tips. The holiday season from November through January is often considered the worst time to put a home on the market. While the thought of selling your home during the winter months may dampen your holiday spirit, the season does have its advantages: holiday buyers tend […]

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    New rules taking effect – October 2015 – Protection for Buyers

    New Rules take effect! During the financing of a real estate transaction, a lending bank has the obligation to clearly inform a buyer of the terms and conditions of a mortgage loan. The Truth in Lending Act at the federal level, and the Mortgage Loan Broker Law and the Seller Financing Disclosure Law at the […]

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    Housing Outlook 2015: Predictions from the Experts!

    Good news for regular people: the homebuying process should get a little less hectic in 2015, thanks to eased inventory and credit plus the exit of investors from the market. We’ve already begun to see the shift. As prices rose in 2014, more people put their homes up for sale. (In October, the stock of […]

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    7 tips for picking a real estate agent

    7 tips for picking a real estate agent Real Estate » 7 tips for picking a real estate agent Real estate agent Ever wish you could see through the hype to hire the best real estate agent for buying or selling your home? When it comes to choosing real estate agents, “we don’t have the […]

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    This Spring’s Hottest Real Estate Markets…

    Buyers need to move a bit faster this year in order to snag their dream house, even in some of the slowest-moving markets. Homes are going especially quick in the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, Seattle, and Salt Lake City. Housing inventory remains tight, and one of the questions on the minds of many […]

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    WHY OLDER HOMES ROCK…

    You’re ready to buy a home, but there hasn’t been a new home built in your area in 10 years, leaving you no choice but to buy an older home. You could appreciate older homes more if you know a little about their history and why they were designed the way they were at the […]

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    Internet moguls not the only techies snatching up real estate in Southern California

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Internet moguls like Amazon’s Jeff Bezos aren’t the only techies snatching up real estate in Southern California. While the mega rich from Silicon Valley have made headlines for their purchases of extravagant Los Angeles homes, the city has become increasingly appealing to a trove of angel investors and startup entrepreneurs as […]

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