Question : We are refinancing and our lender is requiring a survey. We paid for one five years ago when we bought our house, so we don't understand this requirement? Is it necessary? » more
While most people think of spring as being the height of the real estate market, the arrival of fall offers opportunities galore for buying or selling a home. » more
So you missed the boat on the summer buying season, huh. If you've got kids in school, you probably think you have to stay put now for another year. » more
As a California first time home buyer, purchasing your first house is certainly no easy task to complete. There is so much information on your homebuyer checklist you need to be aware of. Your first consideration is typically the cost of a home, prices co » more
In California, like many states, we're experiencing a drought again. » more
The last post concerned mainly things on the outside of the house, mainly about the property involved. » more
Franklin chart, named for Benjamin Franklin who is credited with inventing it. » more
Does a buyer have a right to know if some other buyer is competing against him for the same property? » more
Open houses can be a great way to get new clients, but only if we can stand out from the crowd when someone is looking at multiple properties in one afternoon. » more
Recruiting Secrets to Stay AHEAD of the Competition » more
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