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Adverse Action Notices: How to Turn a Mortgage Denial Into a Home Loan Approval

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Lenders issue adverse action notices when they decline your mortgage, but don’t be discouraged. Learn what you can do next if you receive one.

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Moving With Kids: 5 Tips to Help Them Cope With the Transition

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Moving with kids presents its own unique challenges. Here are some tips to help smooth the process.

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5 Tips for Evaluating and Marketing Your Vacation Rental

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A second home is perfect for relaxation, but it can also be a nice stream of income. Here’s what you need to know about investing in a vacation rental.

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The Hybrid Real Estate Model: Something for Everyone

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Modern sellers can choose from three real estate models, traditional, FSBO or customized. Here’s what you need to know to pick the one right for you.

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The Ins and Outs of a Condo Association

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If you’re considering buying a condominium, and you’ve never dealt with a condo association, here are some things to know before you dive in.

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Enroll in a Homebuyer Education Course to Stay Ahead

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A homebuyer education course, although not required, will put you ahead intelligently and fiscally. Learn more about course offerings and how to enroll.

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Dealing With Home Depreciation: When Value Decreases

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A home purchase is a significant investment, and no one likes to see a decrease in value. Here’s a guide to dealing with home depreciation.

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5 Tips for Finding a Home in the Right School District

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Picking the right schools for your children can play a key role in the house hunting process. Here are five tips for choosing the right school district.

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A New Age for Real Estate Commissions

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You don’t have to pay a traditional real estate commission; there are cheaper alternatives, including hybrid brokerages that combine methods into one.

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