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Home Disaster Preparedness In 5 Steps

Certain parts of the country are more inclined to natural disasters than others, where there’s Tornado Alley right in the heartland, earthquakes in the West Coast and hurricanes in the East and Gulf coasts. But these and other types of inclement weather such as storms, floods can occur anywhere. Owing to the fact that nature […]

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What To Expect With Real Estate Inspections

Congratulations on buying your first home after probably weeks and even months of shopping around for the perfect one. But this now puts you in one of the most crucial times of the entire real estate transaction; it could even be a deal breaker. This is the property inspection. It is one of the most […]

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Should You Have Real Estate In Your Investment Portfolio?

Jumping In To Real Estate Investing There’s no doubt that the real estate market is a hot one, with short sales, cheap foreclosures, and other unrivalled deals and opportunities. This may very well make you stop and wonder if real estate is right for you, but it is important to note that owning and managing […]

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What Happens On Moving Day Depends On Preparation

Like other days such as weddings and graduations, moving day is not just a date on the calendar. And like those other days, how it turns out will depend very much on the preparation that you put in beforehand. You will need to have everything ready for the movers, plans for children and pets and […]

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Things You Should Not Do Before Purchasing a Home

Owning your own home is one of the great pleasures and privileges of the modern world. All too often potential home buyers make choices before they purchase a home that make the process more difficult, time consuming and expensive. When you decide that you are going to buy a home in the near future you […]

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Credit Card Debt: Three Tips To Help Reduce It

More always seems to be better in this age of materialistic consumerism. Who doesn’t dream of owning a lovely house and a swanky car? Knowing how to arrange money and keeping your head above the waters of credit card debt is not a skill that is taught in schools or a requirement to apply for […]

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