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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For February 2018

The real estate market in California made strides in February with sales improving from January, as well as from the same time last year. Here are some statistics surrounding the housing market in California for February 2018, as compiled by the California Association of Realtors (CAR).

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7 Things to Know About Modular Homes

Unlike traditional home construction, modular homes are structures that are built in phases entirely inside a factory. If you’re considering buying a modular home, there are certain facts you should know about first in order to make a sound purchasing decision.

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6 Reasons to Reduce the Price of Your Home

No seller ever wants to have to reduce the price of their home, but sometimes it might be a necessary step to sell in a reasonable amount of time.

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5 Ways to Finance Your Home Remodel

Home improvements are super expensive and often require a huge chunk of money in order to bring them to fruition. Luckily, there are different ways that you can fund your home improvement project without having to sell everything you own or beg your family and friends for money to cover this expense. Here are a few options you may want to consider to help you finance your next renovation.

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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For January 2018

January’s housing market in California was characterized by a lag in home sales thanks to the continued shortage of inventory across the state. Here are some stats surrounding the market in the Golden State in January 2018, as compiled by the California Association of Realtors (CAR).

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6 Types of Fencing to Give Your Home Some Privacy

Your home’s fence plays a key role in two critical factors in your home’s exterior: esthetics and privacy. The type of fence you choose will be integral in how visually appealing your fence is and how much privacy you’ll be able to enjoy.

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What is a Kick-Out Clause in a Real Estate Contract?

Many buyers are not able to afford the purchase of a new house until their current home sells first. Once their home sells, they can use the proceeds of their sale to be put towards to the purchase price of a new home. Even those who may be able to afford a new home without first selling their current property might not necessarily want to carry two mortgages until their current home finds a buyer.

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5 Things Sellers Should Do Before Relisting

No seller ever wants to have to take down their listing after little activity and zero offers. But it does happen, and these sellers are then left with the task of relisting their homes at some point in the future.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 14 Real Estate Terms All Buyers Should Know

As a buyer, you’d be well-advised to understand certain terms in the real estate world that directly affect buyers. Before you sign on the dotted line, be sure to familiarize yourself with the following terminology.

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