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10 Steps to Getting Top Dollar for Your Charlotte House

10 Steps to Getting Top Dollar for Your Charlotte House When you decide to sell your home you should immediately begin referring to it as a house. You’ve become emotionally attached to this place and it’s now time to say goodbye. Start detaching yourself by making some changes that will help you with the sale […]

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Losing Your Home to Someone Else Can Be Painful

There are a number of dreams centering on each of our homes. We have memories there, we have the feelings of sharing, we feel jus the warmth and our home is something that is the most cheering of all possible recluses on earth. However, like any thing else of our concern, we are also vulnerable […]

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Getting a Mortgage With Bad Credit

Getting a Mortgage With Bad Credit If you are looking for a home or are considering refinancing the one you are already into consolidate debt or get some cash out for home improvement but believe you may be unable to because you have bad credit, you may want to reconsider. The mortgage industry is a […]

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Lease Options or Rent to Own?

Lease Options or Rent to Own? Finding a rent-to-own house is one of the many ways someone with bad or no credit can buy a house. You will often find them called names like lease/options, lease with option to buy, lease purchase, lease 2 purchase, rent with option to buy, rent to own, or rent […]

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Why Sell Your House to an Investor?

Why Sell Your House to an Investor? When talking to people who are trying to sell their house I’m often asked the question, “Why should I sell my house to you?” That’s a great question. Today’s house seller has lots of options: they can list their house with a real estate agent, they can try […]

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How to Handle Delinquent Property Taxes

How to Handle Delinquent Property Taxes   The Foreclosure Crisis had a HUGE Impact on Delinquent Taxes This is a bad time of year for delinquent property taxpayers. Local tax collectors are about to begin a yearly ritual that puts homeowners who don’t pay their taxes on the hook for taxes they owe. It’s the […]

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Behind on Mortgage | Stop Foreclosure

Behind on Mortgage | Stop Foreclosure   Are you behind on your mortgage payments? Have you received a notice of default? Are you facing foreclosure and don’t know what to do? If so, we can help! We’ve been helping homeowners all across the country get from underneath the stress of their house and having to make […]

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Why Would a Lender Do a Short Sale?

Why Would a Lender Do a Short Sale? There are many ways to lose a home but signing away ownership in a manner that destroys credit, embarrasses the family and strips an owner of dignity is one of the hardest. For owners who can no longer afford to keep mortgage payments current, there are alternatives […]

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Zoning in Houston: A Blessing or A Curse?

Zoning in Houston: A Blessing or A Curse? As compared to other major cities in the United States, the number of cheap homes and foreclosures in Houston Texas are comparatively less. Harris county, where Houston is located, has somehow restricted itself to the sidelines where the national foreclosure crisis is concerned. Houston foreclosure listings are not swelling with […]

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Avoid Legal Battles over Broker Commissions

Avoid Legal Battles over Broker Commissions Commission agreements that spell out how brokers are paid typically use form documents. The commission formula sometimes changes, but the terms and conditions usually stay the same. Consequently standard terms and conditions of commission agreements are often ignored by brokers and owners once the agreement is signed. Since the […]

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