As tempting as current interest rates are, you may want to refinance your home to a lower rate. Here are five questions you should answer before you take the leap. » more
Now that the market has slowed a bit -- i.e. returned to normal -- contingency offers are more common and, I would argue, more palatable than they have been during the past few years. » more
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It's a great day when you can learn from a world-class nice guy and power broker in our business. » more
The bill deals with the use of team names and fictitious business names in the real estate business. » more
Were there any contingencies in the sales contract? » more
When you're buying a home, issues are bound to come up - before, during and after. » more
Your home is listed on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and the sign goes up in your front yard. Now what? » more
Brokers are doing to grow their business, more market share, and a team of trusted agents... » more
California's standard Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA), produced by the California Association of REALTORS(CAR) is undergoing a major revamping » more
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