Month: February 2013

February 27, 2013

How To Prepare Your Kids For Moving

If you feel stressed about moving, imagine what it’s like for your kids. You have a say in the decisions that dictate the how, when and where of your move. Your kids probably don’t. Children are creatures of habit. Any disturbance in the routine will prompt a reaction, whether it’s a teenager rebelling or a […]

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February 20, 2013

Why A Signed Contract Isnt the End of the Sale

Whew. The buyer and seller both signed the contract, so that’s it, right? The house is sold, and everyone moves on. Not so fast. There’s still a long way to go. Unfortunately, sometimes real estate transactions that start out fine unravel for any number of reasons. But when you’re aware of problems that can occur, […]

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February 13, 2013

What Makes A Fair Offer And Asking Price

When you’re buying anything—and that includes a house—you want to be as informed as possible. One of the most important factors in the purchase of a home is determining what makes a fair asking price and, by extension, a fair offer—one that is more likely to be accepted. How do sellers arrive at an asking […]

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