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Why it is Important to Call Us When Selling Your Home

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A real estate transaction is often the most complex financial transaction people will ever experience, and that goes for both sides of the transaction, both buyer and seller. As a seller, you are responsible for the accuracy of your listing, keeping everything in good repair while awaiting an offer. And the Seller will also typically have to arrange service disconnects with the utilities and arrange their own move. All in all it can be a bit overwhelming.

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1031 Transactions: What to Know

Frequently, one must sell an existing property so that a new one can be purchased. However, did you know that when this swap occurs, one may be able to save money on taxes? It’s called a 1031 property exchange, and it can lead to significant savings in the event of a direct swap of non-homestead properties or the purchase of a replacement property a short time after a sale.

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Closing on Your New Home Soon? Read This First!

Whether you’re buying your first home or your last home, the period between an accepted offer and closing can be overwhelming. With all of the document gathering, scheduling, and moving arrangements, the thought of missing a detail is frightening!

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Three Tips for Choosing a Title Company

Whether you’re buying or selling real estate, one of the best ways to ensure a smooth transaction is to hire the right professionals, particularly when you’re getting ready for closing. There are so many important details that have to come together, and you can’t afford to leave anything to chance as you approach your closing date.

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Protect Your Investment with Title Insurance!

Buying and selling real estate isn’t a quick process, and for good reason. A valuable asset is changing hands, as well as a lot of money. Most transactions run smoothly, with both the buyer and the seller operating in good faith. But sometimes you’ll encounter title defects (known commonly as title clouds) that can bring ownership into question. If title clouds are discovered, they must be resolved prior to closing.

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