When talk of RESPA enforcement arises, it seems there is always someone who can figure out an exception or some way to work around the rules as they have been understood. » more
Just move already. Face it. Your house sucks. » more
For most buyers, the mortgage is the largest monthly expense they will have. » more
The biggest mistake that most real estate agents make in dealing with their clients and colleagues is that they are unconsciously committed to » more
Question: We refinanced our home loan in March with an on-line mortgage lender. » more
Back in August 2012 Property I.D. notified Californians that a $150.00 Fire Prevention Fee would hitting their mailboxes. Here is a reissue for review. » more
When evaluating whether or not a solar system is a good long-term investment for green-minded homeowners, there are many factors to take into consideration. One such factor is the length of time a solar system can be expected to produce solar energy. » more
Is that a question you've ever asked yourself? Have you ever wondered why some real estate agents do well in today's economy while others fail? There is a huge discrepancy right now between people who are failing and people who are succeeding. » more
As a seller, you have a lot more control in pleasing buyers than you think. If you start the selling process by learning what buyers really want, you can prepare your home to come as close to their dreams as possible. » more
When an easement over someone's land is granted, it creates rights and duties for both parties. » more
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