Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Top 5 U.S. Cities to Settle Down After Retirement

It must be rewarding to be able to live in the town or suburb where you actually want to live. Well, most of us don’t get that blessing as our hands are tied by our job. However, retirement gives us the freedom to move to our favorite place whenever we want.

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4 Curb Appeal Mistakes You Should Avoid at Any Cost

What sells a house faster? Lots of factors such as right price, good location, attractive interior features, etc. can help closing a deal quickly and curb appeal is one of them. It’s an important factor in home staging or when you are holding an open house. Making a good first impression matters and don’t let badly designed landscaping and poorly maintained exterior wreck a potential deal.

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Buying a Home? 5 Things to Avoid If the Market Favors Sellers

Real estate market is volatile and it’s quite uncertain to predict when the trends will favor who. A seller’s market can flip around and favors the buyers just within a few months. It may make the situation a bit challenging for the homebuyers because house hunting is tough and it’s tougher to time perfectly. The prices may start rising just when you start looking for homes, leaving you with the hard task of finding a home in a seller’s market.

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How to Make Your Home Ready for Open House on a Budget

An open house is all about exposure! The more you can expose your home and all its attributes to the potential buyers at the best way possible, the higher is the chance to sell it as quickly as possible. In fact, an open house is your only chance to tell the potential buyers how you are offering them the best deal possible in the market. However, home staging is a tricky business and most home sellers don’t know how to do it in the right way. They either mess up or end up spending too much money on unnecessary makeovers.

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How Brexit will Affect the U.S. Housing Market?

Britain has decided to leave the European Union (EU) on June 23. The event known as Brexit was a political decision but the outcome is now roiling the global market – both politically and economically. Considering economically, the real concern of the United States is if Brexit has anything to do with the U.S. housing market. Well, everything is uncertain and no one really knows for sure what’s coming next.

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