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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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Purchase & Sale Agreements: 4 Things Buyers and Sellers Should Know

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The homebuying process is filled with paperwork, and one of the most important documents you’ll sign is the purchase and sale agreement. But what is it?

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Applying for a Mortgage: 3 Things Millennials Should Do First

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If you’re a millennial, and you’re ready to dive into home ownership, here are three tips to follow before applying for a mortgage.

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Buying a Condo: What You Need to Know

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What’s the appeal of buying a condo and what do you need to know before taking the plunge? Check out these key considerations to ease your buying process.

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What Is a Home Warranty, and Do I Need One?

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If you’re concerned about the cost of being a homeowner, purchasing a home warranty makes sense. Here’s all you need to know.

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Top Tips for Moving With Pets Successfully

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When moving with pets, you can prepare ahead of time to make things less frantic and stressful. Here are seven tips to help you be successful.

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Home Inspection Repairs: Who Picks Up the Tab?

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The buyer and seller will have to negotiate who is responsible for covering home inspection repairs. Here’s what you should know.

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Buying an Older Home: 6 Things to Consider Beforehand

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If you’re considering buying an older home, here are some insights into six things you should look into beforehand.

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Buying and Selling a Home: 5 Tips for Deciding What to Do First

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Buying and selling a home can be a balancing act. If you’re wondering which to do first, here are five tips to help you get the timing right.

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