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A REALTOR can help you determine how much home you can afford.

A REALTOR, in addition to knowing the local money market, also can tell you what personal and financial data to bring with you when you apply for a loan.

A REALTOR is already familiar with current real estate values, taxes, utility costs, municipal services and facilities that could affect your decision to buy.

A REALTOR can research your housing needs in advance through a Multiple Listing Service--even if you are relocating from another city.

A REALTOR can show you only those homes best suited to your needs--size, style, features, location, accessibility to schools, transportation, shopping and other personal preferences.

A REALTOR is sensitive to the importance you place on this major commitment you are about to make. Look for a real estate professional to facilitate negotiation of a win-win agreement that will satisfy both you and the seller.

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Mairlyn Ballard

Mairlyn Ballard


 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Direct Sales Comparison Approach To Value

    Appraisal approach where property values are estimated by comparing current comparable sales. See also market approach. ...

  • Small Claims Court

    Special court for the purpose of providing fast, inexpensive and informal settlement of small financial claims between plaintiff and defendant. The parties represent themselves. A landlord of a n apartment building might sue a tenant for nonpayment of a rent in this court. ...

  • Fur And Jewelry Floater

    Coverage on an all risks basis for loss or damage to fur and jewelry at any location. Furs and jewelry must be scheduled in order to be covered. ...

  • Line

    Term used for a general class of insurance such as life insurance, property insurance, or workers compensation insurance. ...

  • Nonownership Automobile Liability Insurance

    Coverage in a separate policy or as an endorsement to the commercial general liability (CGL) form, for liability exposures for an employee who drives a leased car or his or her own automobile for business purposes. ...

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Living In Bowie MD - Pros And Cons

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Pros And Cons Of Living In Clermont Florida

Pros And Cons Of Living In Clermont Florida

Up to this day many people consider Florida to be one of the best places to live. With an average of 237 days of sunshine per year and great year-round weather there is no wonder why many people want to live here. At some point, you get tired of rainy days and the never-ending cold season with below-freezing temperatures. On top of that Florida has no state income tax, ...

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The Pros And Cons Of Living In Pensacola

The Pros And Cons Of Living In Pensacola

The process of choosing a new place to live is often a bit daunting. When your head is spinning from trying to make sense of all the different relevant factors such as crime rates, climate, job opportunities and living costs, it often feels overwhelming, leaving you hopelessly lost without the slightest clue where to start. If you are in this predicament and Pensacola ...

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Pros And Cons Of Living In Melbourne, FL

Pros And Cons Of Living In Melbourne, FL

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Homes For Sale In Fort Washington

Homes For Sale In Fort Washington

Just south of Washington D.C. is the small unincorporated census-designated area of Fort Washington, MD. As the capital, its location is on the right side of the Potomac River and there are around 19 miles between the downtown areas of these two cities. Fort Washington, MD is a much smaller town than the nation’s capital but despite their huge differences, the two ...

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