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The Ins and Outs of Signing a Listing Agreement

Selling a home is a lot easier and more streamlined when you’ve got a professional real estate agent blazing a trail for you and ensuring all items on the list are checked off. After you’ve chosen the right agent to market and sell your home, you’ll both sign a listing agreement, and in California, this document is referred to as the Residential Listing Agreement.

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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For April 2017

After a strong first quarter in 2017 for sales in California, the second quarter started off a tad slow. While sales improved in higher-priced housing segments across the state, they slowed in lower-priced markets. Having said that, the median home price in California has been trending upward every year since March 2012 and is currently at its highest level in almost a decade.

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Luxury Pool Design Trends For 2017

Thinking of putting in a pool in your backyard? You’ve got a lot of options to choose from. Modern pool design is constantly evolving as homeowners’ tastes become more sophisticated and available technologies help improve building and design techniques.

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5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy a FSBO Home

There’s really only one reason why sellers would choose to go the FSBO route – to save money on realtor commissions. Unfortunately, what many of these sellers do not realize is that it’s highly possible to actually wind up wasting money due to costly mistakes made throughout the process that could have otherwise been saved had they hired a professional to help in the first place.

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5 Tips For Buying a Fixer Upper

Buying a fixer upper is a great way to quickly add equity into your home shortly after purchasing it. Rather than paying for the best house on the block that’s already been upgraded as much as it can be, buying a home in need of some serious TLC will provide you with the opportunity to add this extra value to it yourself while benefitting from added equity.

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6 Signs Your HOA Might Be in Bad Shape

Condominium living might not be for everyone, but there are definite perks to them, including affordability, desirable location, and access to amenities. They’re particularly well suited for those who like the idea of having someone else take care of many aspects of their property for them.

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What You Should Know About a Certificate of Occupancy

It’s very exciting when your real estate deal closes, but it’s imperative not to rush the process until you’ve dotted all your “i’s” and crossed all your “t’s”. There are a few key documents that need to be reviewed before you move in, including the certificate of occupancy (CO).

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INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Tips to Dealing With Your HOA

Living in an HOA community has its perks, but how you deal with your HOA can make a big difference in your enjoyment of your home and surrounding community.

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Tax Benefits of Owning a Historic Property

If you own a historic property or are considering buying one, there are more advantages than just unique and original architecture and design. There are also several tax incentives at the federal, state, and local levels that are put in place to encourage homeowners to preserve these historic properties and rehabilitate them appropriately rather than tear them down in favor of new construction.

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6 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender

Buying a house is most likely the biggest investment you will ever make, so before you dive head-first into the deal, you’ll want to have some questions answered about your mortgage. After all, you’ll be responsible for making good on your mortgage payments every month for years, so make sure you’re well advised about your home loan before you sign on the dotted line.

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