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Luxury Selling: How to Qualify Potential Buyers to Ensure They Can Afford Your Home

Luxury estates can be a challenge to sell. The more expensive a home is, the less potential buyers there are. The biggest hassle is going through the process with people who can't actually afford the home, only to have it fall apart at the last minute. Here are some ways to make sure the property is only being viewed by qualified buyers. Only Accept Offers From Buyers Who Are Pre-Qualified From A Lender One of the only ways to guarantee a buyer will be able to afford a luxury home is to let the bank do the work on your…
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Dealing With Stress Related To A Home Sale

Putting a house on the market can be a major life decision. Even though there might be a bit of a change during this time, there are ways to deal with the stress. Even though home showings, negotiations, and constant phone calls from real estate agents can be a lot to handle, there are a few tips for dealing with the stress. What do homeowners need to know if they are selling a home?  Choose The Right Real Estate Agent First, homeowners must make sure they choose the right real estate agent. Think about the goals during the home sale.…
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Important Relationships During The Home Buying Process

Purchasing a home is an exciting time, but there is also a lot to manage. There are a lot of text messages, phone calls, and emails coming in. It is important for potential homeowners to keep them straight. Who are some of the most important people during the purchase process? The Real Estate Team First, there are going to be a lot of important people on the real estate side of this transaction. Every home buyer should work with a real estate agent who can help them assess the market, arrange showings, and find the right home. There might also…
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Taking A Look At The Current Real Estate Market

The law of supply and demand governs every area of the economy. The law is relatively straightforward. If there is more demand than there is supply, prices should be expected to rise. If there is more supply than there is demand, prices should be expected to fall. The same is true with houses, which have been rising quickly in price during the past year. Why is this the case, and what does this mean for the future? Housing Prices Are Going Up It should come as no surprise that houses are going up quickly. The biggest reason why the prices…
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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – October 18, 2021

Last week’s economic reporting included readings on inflation, core inflation, and minutes of the Fed’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting held on September 22 and 23. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and jobless claims were also published. September’s Consumer Price Index rose by 0.10 percent to 0.40 percent. The Core Consumer Price Index for September, which excludes volatile food and fuel sectors, rose by 0.10 percent to 0.20 percent and fell short of the expected reading of 0.30 percent growth. Feds’ FOMC Meeting Minutes: Policymakers Consider Tapering Securities Purchases Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting held September 21…
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