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Finishes, furniture, and fixtures: what you see isn’t always what you get. Many sellers realize that staging their home is a great way to sell. Staging involves hiring a professional to move in furniture (that isn’t yours) to help sell your empty home. Sometimes, however, sellers will display really nice furnishings and buyers will want
Make your house the talk of the market by taking these 4 steps. Selling your home isn’t a one-step process. It’s a job that takes meticulous planning and hours of preparation. To increase the chances of your home being sold within a short period of time, your home has to hit the market in tip-top
Don’t forget about these areas that may be outside of your home inspector’s knowledge. Your home inspector examines every square inch of your house to determine if there are any faults with your home. They check everything from faulty electric wiring, bad construction, inefficient insulation, and everything else in between. Home inspectors try to avoid
New bill hopes to increase education reserves. In 2014, a California state bill was passed that capped educational reserves at three times the recommended reserve for tougher economic times, which generally limited the amount school districts can save to around 6 percent. Prior to that bill, most school reserves were at levels closer to 30 percent.
Understanding Your HOA Fees When you first start looking for a home, you might be attracted to condos and communities of townhomes or homes that offer amenities. These can include community centers, pools, street cleaning, and other nice-to-have benefits. However, these benefits are not free. These amenities and services are covered by an HOA fee