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About Marissa Hidalgo

With over 15 years of experience in the real estate industry, I am here to assist you with all of your real estate needs--whether buying, selling or leasing property. My business is built on the Golden Rule of treating others as I like to be treated. I am here to listen and to make your real estate experience as stress-free as possible.
I have a wealth of knowledge and experience working with both buyers and sellers throughout the real estate process--from writing the contract to closing of the property. As a professional agent, I will definitely represent your best interests throughout the transaction.
For courteous, professional service, and "can do" attitude, give me a call. I will be honored to assist you. I am just a phone call away!

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Marissa Hidalgo

Marissa Hidalgo


 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Internal Revenue Code

    U.S. tax law that consists of regulations and rules to be followed by taxpayers. The Internal Revenue Code of 1954 is continually revised and amended over time. ...

  • Sinking Fund

    Fund set aside for periodic payments, aimed at reducing a financial obligation taken out to buy real estate, or to accumulate enough funds to buy property or plant expansion. The principal deposited into the sinking fund earns interest. The total amount accumulated is then used for the desired purpo ...

  • Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act Of 1985,1986, And 1990 (cobra)

    Act that mandates that employers who have at least 26 employees must provide a terminating employee and family members, if residents of employee's household, with health insurance coverage for periods of time ranging from 18 to 36 months after termination. The continued coverages end prior to the 18 ...

  • Sherman Antitrust Act

    1890 law prohibiting monopolies and restraint of trade in interstate commerce. The Sherman Act was strengthened in 1914 with amendments known as the Clayton Act that added further prohibitions against price-fixing conspiracies. These federal antitrust laws at first were not applied to the insurance ...

  • Sliding Scale Commission

    Percentage that has an inverse relationship to the loss experience on the business brought in. For example, if a ceding company laid off better risks that resulted in better and more profitable business for the re insurer, it would get a higher commission. ...

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Living In Tucson Pros And Cons

Living In Tucson Pros And Cons

If you want to experience the authentic feel of the Southwest then Tucson, AZ is the city for you. Located a mere hour away from the Mexican border, this metropolis has ranches and cattle drives to remind you of the beauty of the Old West, while resort hotels, restaurants and healing spas are setting new trends in the Tucson way of life. The people who live here seem to ...

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Timeshare Units - Owning A Property Part-time Or Full Time

Timeshare Units - Owning A Property Part-time Or Full Time

Timeshares have been a huge success in the US for a few decades, starting in 1965, when the first hotel-condominium was built in Hawaii. How did timeshares come into being? Well, real estate developers who wanted to speed up the sale of their condos invented partial ownership and thought of selling the right to live in their apartments for one week every year. The ...

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Waterfront Properties For Sale In Pasadena, MD

Waterfront Properties For Sale In Pasadena, MD

There are many places where you can find the most amazing waterfront properties in the U.S. but let’s take a look at the options available in Maryland. Between the Patapsco and Magothy Rivers, you will find the small town of Pasadena, MD with its many estuaries that offer countless possibilities for properties down by the river, but not only. Looking for ...

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Living In Cape Coral Florida

Living In Cape Coral Florida

When people start talking about Florida they mostly focus on Orlando, Miami, maybe Naples or The Villages if they are focused on places to retire, but most overlook Cape Coral, FL. There are many reasons why people do this as it isn’t a major city in Florida, but far more reasons why they shouldn’t. Located in Southwestern Florida, the city of Cape Coral, ...

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Living In Charlotte, NC Pros And Cons

Living In Charlotte, NC Pros And Cons

The most populous city of North Carolina, Charlotte is also the county seat for the county of Mecklenburg. The city is considered to be a relatively new city that is still developing as many of the people living in Charlotte, NC aren’t sure if that’s a pro or a con. Its population is still growing having surpassed 873,000 residents as of 2018 which is also ...

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