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Last updated: April 5, 2022 • Real Estate Investing

Does Retail Development Affect Your Property’s Value

Will an upcoming retail development project increase or decrease your home’s value? Homeowners oftentimes fear that new development in their area will decrease their property value, based on the belief that popular large-chain retailers can bring property value down once they are built near a residential area. We’ve debunked that myth and found that across …

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Last updated: May 21, 2021 • Home Improvement

3 Improvements to Make Before You List Your House

Are you looking to sell your home in 2016? Essential home improvements could enhance the value of your home and help to retain a higher appraisal, which in most scenarios more than covers the cost of the home improvement. It’s important to ensure there are no major home improvement requirements that need to be completed …

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Last updated: December 22, 2021 • Real Estate Investing

What are You Willing to Compromise in Your First Home Purchase?

Whenever we talk about first-time home buyers, we talk a lot about their sacrifices and very little about their compromises. For them, the ideal house is the one that fits their budget and requires very few adjustments. HGTV’s Property Virgin’s Host, Egypt Sherrod takes first-time home buyers through multiple properties, trying to draw from them …

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Last updated: May 24, 2021 • Real Estate Market

Have You Gone Mobile Yet?

In 2014, 92 percent of prospective home buyers used the Internet to locate homes on the real estate market. Fifty percent relied on mobile applications (apps) to help them find their home. From Zillow and to Google Maps, home buyers are going mobile and it’s important your skills match, or exceed theirs. Maybe the …

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Last updated: March 3, 2022 • Real Estate Investing

Get Your Prospect on the Buying Path. The New Home Buyer Checklist.

You’re at an open house, hoping to find a buyer for your client. Two prospective clients stand before you: a lovely couple with the intent on building a life. Maybe they’re the ones? They’re not. They tell you so. Your heart sinks for a variety of reasons that are all too familiar to you. Your …

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