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What are the Best Apps for Getting to Know a New Neighborhood?

When it comes to searching for your next home, a new neighborhood can either make or break a...

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Do 46 Million Millennials Know They Are Mortgage Ready Today?

Many have written about the millennial generation and whether or not they, as a whole, believe in...

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5 Reasons You Should Hire a Real Estate Attorney

We all know someone who knows someone who knows an attorney. Like all professions with specialties, it...

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What Credit Score Do You Need To Buy A House Today?

There are many misconceptions about the credit score needed to buy a house. Recently, it was reported...

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How Does Escrow Work in a Residential Real Estate Transaction in Illinois?

When negotiating to buy the house of your dreams, it is your real estate agent’s job to...

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The Importance of Homeownership to the American Dream

For centuries, people in this country have seen homeownership as part of the American Dream. Whether they...

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Do You Prefer the Charm of an Existing Home?

When homebuyers begin their research, they want to see all their available options! In many cases, they...

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The Difference Having a Professional on Your Side Makes

In today’s fast-paced world, where answers are a Google search away, there are some who may wonder...

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What is the Cost of Waiting Until Next Year to Buy?

Some Highlights: The cost of waiting to buy is defined as the additional funds it would take...

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Last Chance! Homes are a Bargain Compared to Historic Norms

A loaf of bread used to be a nickel. A movie ticket was a dime.  Not anymore....

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