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First-Time Homebuyer Seminar On May 21st In Rockville Centre, Long Island!

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If You’re Thinking About Buying Your First Home… Would you, or maybe someone you know, like to attend a short seminar where in one location you can meet all of the professionals who are involved in the process of buying a home, learn from them about some of the potential pitfalls along with the ways […]

12 Things That Homebuyers Need To Know!

Whether a first-time homebuyer, buyer of a second home, trading-up or downsizing these are 12 important things you need to know! From an article at Inman.com titled ‘12 things every new, retiring and second homebuyer should know‘… 1. Create a plan Take a look at your lifestyle, finances and activities. What’s most important to you? […]

How Do You Select The Right Real Estate Agent? (Infographic)

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Whether you are a seller or buyer of what is, or will likely be, the largest financial transaction of your life…  Selecting the right real estate agent is a key piece of the puzzle! That said, and with the plethora of real estate agents in the marketplace to select from, how does a consumer make […]

Real Estate Irreverence: The Most Common Cold Call Responses! (Video)

Whoever said real estate can’t be fun? If they did it’s obvious that person never listened to The Broke Agents provide stories and advice about the life and times of agents! As a mild warning, the video may contain one or two words that should never be used in a business environment. But that said, The Broke […]

12-Month Checklist For First-Time Homebuyers!

If you are beginning the search for your first home, the process CANNOT start the day before you visit the first potential property! Whether you are the eager future homeowner, the real estate agent that’s been selected, a concerned parent offering counsel (solicited or perhaps even un-solicited), the mortgage advisor providing a pre-qualification or the real estate […]

Pre-Listing Appraisal: Yes or No?

If you or a client is considering the sale of a residential property, a pre-listing appraisal might prove to be much more valuable than the cost of actually having one done! The pre-listing appraisal can be useful for a variety of reasons but, at the end of the day, it comes down to pricing your home […]

Real Estate News You Can Use: July 24, 2015

These are some of the news stories and articles that anyone involved in real estate whether as a vocation, as a buyer or as a seller will hopefully find interesting and useful! Top News CFPB sets final TRID rule effective date DSNews.com – The CFPB issued a final rule moving the effective date to Saturday, October […]

Title Insurance: The CT Scan and MRI for your real estate transaction!

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Are you asking yourself how medical techniques like a CT Scan or MRI have anything to do with a real estate transaction? After all these tests were created for looking inside the body, in a non-invasive way, to determine if an injury or abnormality exists that the naked eye cannot see. So how these two medical tests in […]

A Pre-Listing Appraisal: Do you really need one? (Guest Author)

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Yesterday Hallmark Abstract wrote an article providing what we felt were the top two issues that a selling home owner should consider prior to listing their house! The first was to choose the right real estate agent and the second was establishing the right asking price for their home (Top 10 ways to sell your […]