The United States Subprime Mortgage Crisis

What is now known as the United States subprime mortgage crisis was a nationwide banking emergency that contributed to the concurrent repression from 2007 to 2009, spanning the years 2007 to 2010. As it swept through the financial markets in the United States, it took time for the US Federal Reserve Bank to solve this…

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The Seasonal Advantages and Disadvantages of Selling Your Home

Seasonal Advantages of Selling Real Estate

Selling your home will be different depending on the time of year you list or try to sell it. Everything on the market moves according to season. Toy stores sell most toys towards the end of the year, home and garden stores sell the bulk of their supplies in the spring, and certain areas will…

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Prepping Your Home for Sale: A Step by Step Checklist

Preparing Your Home For Sale

Prepping your home for sale may not be fun, but it’s something that has to be done when you’re selling your home on the traditional market. You’re going to be making a lot of lists when you’re considering the sale of your home, but your home prep list is one of the most important. Prepping…

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What Do Real Estate Investors Do with My House After I Sell It?

Robinson Property Rehab

Selling to an investor seems so easy. Many homeowners wonder whether or not there’s a catch. An investor comes in, makes you an offer on your home, and sometimes that offer isn’t what you’re expecting. It’s easy to mistake this as a low-ball offer. This is why understanding what an investor intends to do with…

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4 Reasons Your Home May Not Be Selling & What to do Instead

Whats Keeping You From Selling Your Home

You feel like you’ve been waiting forever. You’ve done everything you could possibly think of, and you’ve yet to find a real estate agent who can help you make the magic happen. You’re tired of waiting for your home to sell. You want to pack up and move off to greener pastures, but you just…

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What You Need to Know About Selling to a Real Estate Investor

Selling House to Real estate Investor

Most homeowners will only work with a home investor once in their lives. A lot of the circumstances that lead a homeowner to contact an investor are less than pleasant, and investors already know that. Great investors want to make the process as easy as possible for these homeowners, who likely have other pressing matters…

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Short Sales – Your Alternative Option to Foreclosure

Avoid Foreclosure with a Short Sale

Short sales were as rare as unicorns before the 2007 real estate collapse. No one needed them then. During and since the crisis, they’ve become a lot more common. A short sale is neither bad nor good. It’s far from perfect, but anything is better than foreclosure. The biggest advantage is that it can get…

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How to Sell Your Inherited House When in Probate

Selling an inheritance during probate

The unexpected death of a family member or a loved one is awful. Sometimes, the deceased will leave behind a will that accounts for everything, including what they want done with their property and who should be in control. This is less common than you think. Only 40% of Americans over the age of 45…

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Selling Your Fire Damaged Home

Selling a Home that has Burned Down

First things first. I’ve you’ve experienced a house fire, we extend our condolences to you. Even if everyone was unharmed and most of your valuables were left intact, no one deserves to go through a house fire. Most homeowners don’t prepare for house fires, because they don’t happen very often. If you found yourself in…

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Selling Your Home When Facing Divorce: Things to Know

How to Sell a Home When Facing Divorce

Divorces are rarely easy.There’s a lot more to handle than paperwork. Property and possessions make up the bulk of that work. Someone’s going to be responsible for the property at the end. What will happen to the house? Who will take care of it? Maintaining it can be expensive. What if both or neither party…

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