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Ready at a Moment’s Notice: Cleaning Tips for Parents with a House on the Market

In House Hunting, Selling Your Home by Dawn Dolan

by guest blogger Cindy Aldridge The goal for a home seller is to keep your home as appealing to potential buyers as possible. That means keeping it clean and decluttered for what can be a period of weeks, even months. If you’re a busy parent with active children, that’s a daunting prospect, but it’s very important. Discriminating buyers won’t be …

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Tricks That’ll Get You a New Home for Cheaper

In House Hunting by Dawn Dolan

by guest blogger Natalie Jones from http://Homeownerbliss.info Home buying is complicated, from finding the right property to closing, and it’s enough to give anyone a headache without even thinking of the expenses. But in between all those difficult steps in the process, you’ll find little opportunities to save money, negotiate better terms, and lower your mortgage payments, and that makes things …

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Passing the Broker License

In House Hunting by Kevin Gallagher

So, just what should you do to be successful in your broker’s license exam? Here’s the some great advice we have to offer, directly from school founder, David McGowan. “I’ve seen people freeze up with test anxiety”, says McGowan. If you’ve taken the course and studied, you will be ready.” Studying and preeping for an exam is something many of …

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House Hunting With Your Dog: Tips for a Dog Friendly Move

In House Hunting by Dawn Dolan

By Guest Blogger, Cindy Aldridge The American Dream, as often imagined and depicted likely includes a cozy house, children, and of course the family dog, running around enjoying the picturesque front yard.  The Atlantic magazine recently reported that pet spending has risen since 1994 and NBC reports that young people are frequently buying houses with their dog in mind. The housing …