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  1. How to Get Real Estate For Less Than $2,000!

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    Douglas Cooper

    How would you like to own a $100,000 property for less than $2,000? Using these little known secrets can not only buy you houses cheap but make you wealthy.

  2. Catskills Homes

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    Ankur Kumar Srivastava

    Want a leave from the hustles and bustles of city life? Need a soul soothing house amongst the woods amidst the beauty of nature? Buy a house in the Catskills and enjoy the flavour of country life by staying besides lakes and rivers, farms and mountains.

  3. Study Indicates That Alberta’s Home Ownership Style Equals Success

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    Lina Horner

    There is also the issue of responsibility for one’s mortgage. Of the people polled, 98% thought that it was the homebuyer’s responsibility to make sure that they take on an affordable mortgage. However, 97% also thought that banks should help the homebuyer out with information about what happens to their mortgage if interest rates should rise. 

  4. Credit Rating Methods For Real Estate Enterprises of Commercial Banks

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    Yong Zhu

    Bank is a kind of enterprises that is engaged in money management, it will be faced with a variety of risks. In face of the rapidly developing market economy, the enterprises need huge capital. So a valid credit rate for enterprise is necessary if the bank wants to reduce risks when it issues a loan.

  5. Pulling Back the Curtain on Success

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    Dirk Zeller

    Too often, Agents are mesmerized by the promotional gimmicks and marketing strategies that other Agents say “work like magic.” There is nothing wrong with marketing, provided you are doing the real work of pulling the prospecting levers behind the scenes.

  6. Real Estate Brokers – Nothing is More Beautiful Than a House

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    Yachika Verma

    Humans behave in an emphatic way when they talk about things that they have less idea of. At situations like these, we pretend to know more when we don’t. Then came professionals help and all those people who claim to have better knowledge or artistic view of the subject. Humans have got intrinsic information of every subject and such is our knowledge and vast is our perspective. Still, it would be good to have expertise and knowledge of these human beings.

  7. Large Dogs in Small Apartments – 6 Must Dos

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    Shauna S Nicholson

    As the mom of a 75 lb Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, I’m constantly hearing about how big my dog is. To me, he’s just “Cooper,” a part of my family, and will be moving with me regardless of where I land.Then we moved from a town requiring a 45-minute commute to get work done-hello carbon emissions-to a swanky new apartment in an exciting suburban city, the Urbane Apartments in Michigan.

  8. Umbria – One of Italy’s Most Attractive Property Markets

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    Simone Rossi

    This article will take you through all the factors that make Umbria this amazing region and why it has become one of the most attractive property market in Italy. It will also give you some useful advise on how to get the best from an investment there.

  9. Looking to Buy a House, Land, Villa in Mexico?

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    Fidel Fantini

    White Beaches, crystal clear water and a sea breeze that ruffles through your hair, it’s not a dream it’s simply time to treat yourself to a slice of paradise in Tulum. The zone contains an enviable position which is stretched between two seas, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Which transformed over time is a natural gem.

  10. Choosing the Right Real Estate Agent in Today’s Buyer’s Market

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    Amanda Halm

    In a world and economy where a whopping 87% of potential buyers are shopping for homes on the internet, it is integral that your real estate agent has the know-how and innovation to utilize this increasingly-important avenue of sales. If your real estate agent is ignoring the internet as a place to advertise your home or property, or implies that their services do not include internet listings, seek new representation.

  11. Desktop Property Finders – The Pros and Cons of Buying One Today

    by

    Adnan Masood

    If you are looking for a new home, a place to rent (even a storage shed), if you are looking for tenants for your rentals, or if you are a realtor looking to help or increase your client base, a desktop property finder can be of great assistance to you. As you can gather from the name, it is an application that you install on your computer. Its main purpose is to help you find properties that are listed for sale or for rent online.

  12. Did You Want the Pine Or Apple Scent?

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    Cliff Stevenson

    I was showing homes to a client of mine this past weekend, and we walked into a home that was filled with air-fresheners…everywhere. There must have been an air-freshener in every room in the house.

  13. Explaining Home Owner’s Association For a Better Living

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    Rose B
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    Investing in the contemporary real estate industry demands more than just financial resources and the right information on the property you wish to purchase. You have reliable sources such as your real estate agent to give you the kind of information you need. However, there are equally important components you need to learn and understand such as Home Owner’s Association.

  14. Top Concerns Upon Acquiring Additional Home Features

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    Marikor Hidalgo

    During the course of your ownership of a property, it is most likely that you would want to acquire enhancements for your home. The need for enhancement may be driven by your endeavor to sell or your goal to have more space. Having an additional structure to your home requires deep thought and proper planning. Other things you have to consider are briefly explained below.

  15. Real Estate Contracts – A Life on Full Terms

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    Yachika Verma

    Real Estate Contract can be termed as a document carrying all the legal information about the ownership of a specific property. Deed is another document that carries all the legal aspects of any contract being made between the two parties.

  16. How to Become a Real Estate Developer

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    Richard Johnstonn

    This have to be a preferred area of study, because there are lots of alternative ways for me to learn how to turn into a real property developer, together with the online class choices that I used to be trying for. Since these classes are provided over the Web, it doesn’t matter where I stay or where the college is located.

  17. A Prediction – The Future of Real Estate Sales

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    Marte Cliff

    The way real estate agents and agencies conducted business stayed pretty much the same for decades. Then along came the Internet and things began to change. I predict even bigger changes in the not too distant future.

  18. Housing Market Recovery – Reality Or Illusion?

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    Jeff Wisuri

    I must admit I like everyone else in 2005 got a little bit envious of all my friends/family who were building their “dream” houses and after watching all the “McMansions” popping up like dandelions on a spring lawn, I decided it was time for this guy to live in the fast lane also. I contacted my realtor who was none too happy to take on my new found desire to live the McMansion entitlement lifestyle and promptly went to work.

  19. Real Estate Commissions

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    Cliff Stevenson

    There is a lot of talk about commissions out there, and I am speaking about real estate commissions. It has been in the news a lot lately – the Canadian Real Estate Association’s struggle with the competition bureau.

  20. Realtor Designation Dilemma – Do Clients Understand Or Even Care?

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    Bryan Watkins

    So, what’s in a designation? Does the client even understand or care? My father was a PhD, a President of an organization and other titles. But what about us Real Estate Agents with our many designations? Is it worth it?

  21. Deciding Between a Full-Service and a Discount Real Estate Brokerage Firm

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    Ryan Lynch

    Trying to decide between a full-service real estate brokerage company or a discount service can be a difficult decision. After all, hiring a full-service real estate brokerage can result in paying tens of thousands of dollars in commission fees. At the same time, a full-service brokerage can offer a number of services that a discount service cannot.
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  22. Do You Need to Hire a Real Estate Agent?

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    Ryan Lynch

    While there are no laws requiring homebuyers or sellers to work with a real estate agent, most people choose to hire an agent because of the many benefits they bring to the table. In addition, if the market is working against you, hiring an agent will help make the process of buying or selling a home far more pleasant for you.

  23. The Danger of Part Time Realtors

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    Cliff Stevenson

    I’m going to go on a real quick rant about part-time Realtors in my industry. Now, I want to really be clear about something before I get into this. I was a part-time realtor.

  24. My ‘Toughest’ Real Estate Negotiation

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    Bryan Watkins

    What was your toughest real estate negotiation? I has to be family!

  25. Are Real Estate Coaches Worth Their Fees? And How Would You Know in Advance?

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    Linda Schneider

    Coaching has been proven by research to increase the self-efficacy (confidence, esteem, and ability) of individuals over time. Coaching is “on-demand” training rather than previously scheduled programming. We all know that the glow from training seminars and workshops fades quickly. Coaching is a way to integrate training into our idiosyncratic systems, environment, and personality.

  26. Simple Steps on Hiring an Efficient and Reliable Broker

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    Maria Faith

    A real estate broker could greatly affect your dealings and make or break any kind of transaction that you are planning to finalize. If you want to know how to hire an efficient and reliable broker, you should definitely read this article. It contains some important guidelines that you should always remember while screening potential real estate agents.

  27. Property Market Set For Continued Growth in 2010

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    Alasdair Carpenter

    The property market began to recover after the devastating 2008. Further gains are expected in 2010 as the bank of England base rate remains historically low and consumer confidence in the housing market grows and many experts forecasting it to remain that way until 2011.

  28. Struggle to Find Rental Properties in Cape Town

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    Lucky Mamome

    Tenants are struggling to find rental properties in many Cape Town suburbs as owners hope to cash in on above-market World Cup rentals, estate agents say. Many owners have stopped signing long term leases by the end of last year in order to free up their rental properties during June and July.

  29. Is Weak Management Causing the Non-Performing Real Estate Loans?

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    Vincent Hanna

    Even if the real estate market is strong, the cause of the non-performing loan status may be directly related to a weak management policy or “home work”. Management can make decisions, which in the short or long term can increase expenses and reduce the level of net operating income, thus increasing default risk on loan’s periodic payments.

  30. Hope For Homeowners – Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions For March 2010

    by

    Roy Primm

    Discover the top 5 questions people asked this month on this latest homeowner rescue plan. You’ll learn from the answers as well as the questions.

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