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Last updated: July 18, 2017 • Home Buying Tips

The Pros and Cons of Living Near a Highway

The sound of traffic can be a comforting sound to some, and the bane of city life to others. Along with the rush of cars whizzing by may come possible honking and squealing, but the drone of traffic might bring a sense of connection. A highway brings pros and cons to every neighborhood or property, …

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Last updated: January 16, 2017 • Real Estate History

Overall RealEstateAgent.com Reviews

Real estate agents spend a lot of time on the net, spreading word of their hottest listings and trying to organize open houses. Between social media, email, telephone calls, meetings, and more, it’s often overwhelming to create a web of fellow agents and potential home buyers and sellers. RealEstateAgent.com has done just that with their …

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Last updated: January 13, 2017 • Real Estate Metros

Los Angeles Real Estate

Whether is your first time when you are dealing with buying or selling a house, or when you are thinking about making some serious investments in Los Angeles Real Estate, it would be a wise idea for you to start from the very beginning, taking an advice from a real estate agent. These situations require …

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Last updated: January 13, 2017 • Real Estate Metros

New York Real Estate

New York, New York! One of the world’s biggest metropolis, on whose overcrowded streets we all want to lose trace and in whose homes we all want to live. A suggestive metaphor for “The Empire State” – New York easily gained 3rd place on top of the most populated states from US, being in the …

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Last updated: January 13, 2017 • Real Estate History

Real Estate. Now and Then

Real estate capital markets seemed to be the largest concern in the 2008. To no surprise, the most discussed topic is the lack of capital, especially coming from debt markets. Still, 2008 will be a tough year for all real estate markets and lenders, due to a lack of liquidity caused by US subprime problems. …

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