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Last updated: September 11, 2019 • Real Estate

Chinatowns in the US

Are you looking for a cultural adventure across the country? Do you feel like trying new things? Your taste buds deserve a break from the “traditional” French fries and burgers. Let’s take the train and explore the most beautiful Chinatowns in the US. First stop: New York City.  Chinatown, Manhattan, NYC As soon as you …

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Last updated: August 19, 2019 • Lifestyle, Real Estate

Studio Living – Benefits of Living in a Studio Apartment

We are building smaller homes and asking more dollars for our tiny properties. It’s a strange contradiction, isn’t it? Those who want to live simple lives have to pay more for the benefits of living in a studio apartment. For real estate investors who are just starting out, studios are safe long-term investments because this …

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Last updated: January 31, 2019 • Real Estate

Getting Familiar with HOA Fees

Many people are hesitant to sign up for things when they don’t know what they’re for, and one of these things is a home in a neighborhood with an HOA. An HOA will have fees, and the money you give to the association is put back into your community to fund extra things. The funds …

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Last updated: January 29, 2019 • Real Estate

Real Estate Terms You Need to Know

Like any business, field, or specialty profession, the real estate industry has words and lingo that wouldn’t make sense to an untrained ear. Real estate professionals have the dialogue down pat, but you might have a hard time keeping up with the fast-tracked conversations and the acronyms if you venture into the real estate market …

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Last updated: August 30, 2018 • Real Estate, Real Estate Agent Tips

Dealing with Unreasonable Home Buyers and Sellers

Every real estate agent knows how hard it can be dealing with unreasonable home buyers and sellers who seem to not understand the process at all. And even fairly in-the-game seeming clients can fall into one or more of the four categories we’re about to go over in detail. The truth is that difficult real …

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