A Quick Look at the Housing Market

By Jennifer | (April 27, 2017)

The real estate climate has gradually improved, little by little, since the big bust of 2008. Still, millions of Americans are underwater in their mortgages (owe the bank more than the home is worth) and it may take over a decade for this situation to reach acceptable levels. The holdover effects of the recession are still evident, with the courts still seeing many foreclosures and short sales left over from the housing bubble crisis.

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What to Know About Loan Modification

By Jennifer | (April 24, 2017)

There are times when homeowners may have trouble making their mortgage payments – unexpected job loss or illness, sudden expenses, and other unavoidable life situations can interfere with your ability to meet your financial obligations. When this happens, you may have options that allow you to stay in your home.

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Bad Neighbors: An Epidemic

By Jennifer | (April 20, 2017)

Times have changed – back in the ’70s and ‘80s everyone seemed to know each other, and it was commonplace to bring a new resident a plate of brownies or at least knock just to say “Welcome to the neighborhood!”. Nowadays it seems as though everyone lives in their own little world, connected to the outside only by way of the Internet. A new study has even found that a third of Americans have never met their neighbors.

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Easy Ways to Improve an Ugly House

By Jennifer | (April 17, 2017)

Putting your house up for sale is like putting it under a microscope.  Everyone that walks through the door thinks that they're designers (thanks to HGTV), and they'll pick your house apart no matter how fixed up it is.  You know you need to do something to increase its appeal to prospective buyers, but you don’t have the funds for a total renovation. There are a few things you can do on the cheap, however, to make your house more pleasant to look at and more enticing to buyers.

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