Selling a Home

  1. Mortgage Options for Underwater Homeowners

    Find out what options are available when your mortgage is greater than the value ...
  2. 5 Landscaping Tips that Won’t Break the Bank

    Are you considering selling your home this summer? Then you should get your landscape ...
  3. Real Estate Flipping: 8 Disclosures You Must ...

    If you don't tell potential buyers about these situations and possible hazards, you ...
  4. Key Features for Selling a Home

    Besides the timing of your listing, the words you use to describe your house can ...
  5. The Best Day and Month to List Your Home

    Want to make a quicker sale? Get your house on the market this spring and pick the ...
  6. Retiring and Selling Your House? Price It Right

    When selling a home, retirees need to make sure they price it right. List it for ...
  1. Should You Renovate or Move?

    Besides cost, what factors should you consider in deciding whether to remodel your ...
  1. Where does the term "always be closing" come from?

    Understand the meaning of the phrase "always be closing" and the mentality and approach it is intended to represent for salespeople.
  2. What is a fiduciary deed and when is it useful?

    Understand what a fiduciary deed is and under what circumstances it should be used. Learn about the principles behind its ...
  3. Why do real estate agents fail?

    Becoming a successful real estate agent requires a mindset that is built for success and strong, consistent action that buttresses ...
  4. Where do you get real estate leads?

    Gather information and keep in touch through networking without bombarding clients or you may risk losing a client in a challenging ...
  1. 6 Tips On Selling Your Home In A Down Market

    Top tips to help when selling your home in a down real estate market.
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