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Who owns the appraisal?

It’s common to hear things like, “I paid for the appraisal, so it’s mine,” or “The buyer paid for the appraisal, so I think it belongs to the buyer.”   …

Big Blunders Veteran and Military Home Buyers Make

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers many great programs to help those who have served in the military purchase a home. After all, having a place to call your …

Bi-weekly Mortgage Plan : Does it really work?

Making that extra cash work for you is definitely key in your efforts to pay off your mortgage early. Do you need a third party to help pay off your …

1000-square foot house? Yes, please!

Wanting to live in a small space doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to overhaul your lifestyle completely and live in a 500-square foot tiny house. There are many benefits …

8 ways to NOT trash your yard!

Congratulations! You’re finally a homeowner. You now have a brand spanking new house with a yard to boot. Caring for a house is manageable at the very least, but a …

Selling your house? Don’t forget these!

Here are a few things that you might overlook when you put your house up for sale. Let’s face it. There are a lot of things that go into selling …

What Can Affect Your Home’s Value?

Besides the obvious, there are some unexpected circumstances that can influence the value of your home. You know that in real estate, lot size, location, square footage, and number of …

The Truth About Foreclosures And Your Home’s Value

Real estate appraisers are often faced with difficult questions. One such question is if the low sales price of a recent bank owned foreclosure sale (REO) or auction sale transacted …

Divorce and the Property Appraiser

Divorce is never easy and almost always requires plenty of paperwork and stress. In such a situation, an appraiser may be needed in an effort to streamline the division of …

Your property’s previous sale – Why it matters to your current appraisal

It’s truly advantageous and potentially profitable to pay attention to how much your property was previously sold for. This is one of those times where the present is better understood …

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