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777 Westchester Avenue, Suite 101 , White Plains - NY 10604
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About Fonseca D. Kent-Grant

I am an expert Real Estate agent with EXP realty White Plains, NY and also Connecticut. I provide Home buyers and seller with professional, responsive, and attentive real estate services. Want an agent who will really listen to what you need in a home? Need an agent who knows how to effectively market your home so it sells? Give me a call, I am eager to help and would love to talk to you.

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Houston Real Estate Market Overview Of 2022

Houston Real Estate Market Overview Of  2022

Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States. It has shown steady growth and development, as well as a diverse economy and relatively low unemployment rates. It is one of the best destinations for long-term real estate investment or a job in this sphere. It offers an excellent quality of life, highly-developed infrastructure, and many career opportunities. So ...

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Black Friday Bucketlist For Realtors

Black Friday Bucketlist For Realtors

The real estate industry has changed a lot over the past few years. Looking at what real estate was and meant over 30 years ago and what it means now, we will see visible changes. The era of technology and modernization has stepped up this field. If we look at the tools real estate agents use nowadays, we can observe a change in modernization and adaptability to the ...

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What Sells A House

What Sells A House

Do you remember the first impression you had when you bought your house? Maybe the wall color in the bedroom stood out or some weird tiling choices. When it comes to home buyers, interior design choices can attract them or send them running. Many things make or break a sale, and a homeowner who’s putting their home on the market will only benefit from knowing what ...

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10 Things That Could Turn Off Homebuyers

10 Things That Could Turn Off Homebuyers

Selling your house is a challenging decision to make. Giving up the place you’ve made life-long memories is emotionally consuming. But you might need a bigger home or want to relocate to a new city. Thus going through the selling process is unavoidable. First time selling a house? There are several aspects you should consider. You need information about the local ...

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What Not To Fix When Selling A House

What Not To Fix When Selling A House

Living in a society based on consumerism, we are used to everything we buy being in perfect shape. We send back articles of clothing that don’t fit instead of altering them at a sewist; We return an appliance if it has a visible scratch; We go back to the store to return a product that doesn’t fit our expectations even if we purchased it ourselves from the ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Deed

    A written, legally enforceable document used to transfer title to real estate, See also quit claim deed; warranty deed. ...

  • Cash Accounting Method

    In business, one may come across the cash accounting method, also known as cash-basis accounting, during the accounting period. The cash method of accounting is used where payments are recorded as revenues when cash is received, and expenses are recorded when cash is spent. This means that revenues ...

  • Circlehead Window

    Half oval window. It is usually small and placed over a doorway serving a decorative purpose. In some case, the window may be mounted with a hinge at either end to a permit opening for ventilation. ...

  • Trustee

    Third party to a bankruptcy proceeding. The trustee's responsibility is to value and recapitalize the real estate firm if it is to be reorganized. ...

  • Appleton Rule

    Regulation named after a former Superintendent of Insurance of New York State, and instituted in the early 1900s. It requires every insurer admitted to New York to comply with the New York Insurance Code and even in other states where that insurer does business. This rule has had a nationwide impact ...

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