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Ways To Meet Your Mortgage Payment When Forbearance Is Over

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As the COVID-19 pandemic embarks on households, one of the biggest concerns they are facing are mortgage payments and seeking mortgage relief. In California, the Governor's office has requested that mortgage lenders, including big-named lenders, offer extended grace periods for mortgages for those who have been negatively impacted. If you have looked into mortgage help [...]

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How to Get Your Home Ready to Sell for Top Dollars

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As the housing market is starting to pick up, homebuyers are looking to sell their home in Ontario for the next couple of years. They are also looking to add value to their properties until the market gets better. Well, it’s a smart decision to put your house on sale with the hopes of getting […]

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7 Dream Home Amenities Every Luxury Home Buyer Wants

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Are you planning to invest in your dream property, having unmatched opulence, royalty, and extra extravagance? When it comes to the modern amenities, the picture of fully-stocked kitchens, tennis courts, in-home gyms, amazing pool designs, and game rooms conjures up in your mind. But do you know what other amenities most people want while buying […]

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6 Tips For Purchasing A Home During COVID-19

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With everyone buzzing about the COVID-19 pandemic on the television, radio, and social media, it can cause unnecessary stress on homebuyers. This pandemic has affected every industry and market in the economy, including real estate. While it can appear intimidating to purchase a home right now, there are a few tips available that keep the [...]

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A Free Guide on Proper Mortgage for First-Time Homebuyers

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Are you planning to buy your dream home? Great! Well, you might have come across the term “property mortgage” so many times while checking your loan application form. Do you know what it means? Simply put, it’s a kind of security. When you get financing from the bank or any financial institution, collaterals are offered. […]

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How to Make Smart Real Estate Investments in Southern California?

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When it comes to real estate investment in Southern California, most people think about expensive lifestyle and high property rates. But it’s important to understand for real estate investors that the housing market in California is cooling down, and it’s possible to find your dream property within your set budget. Moreover, it’s absolutely vital to […]

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How to Choose the Best Real Estate Company? 5 Strategies

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It’ important to pick out the best real estate company when it comes to buying or selling your home, especially here in California. A lot of real estate brokers can boast of their extensive knowledge on all the possible rises It’s important to pick out the best real estate company when it comes to buying […]

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A Free Guide To Find and Buy Your Dream Home

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Finding your dream home is somewhat like finding your perfect partner. You might have to put in time and effort to make it work. Once you find the one, it will all be more than worth it. When it comes to finding your dream home, you will also want to find the perfect place to […]

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Coronavirus Scare Opens Homebuyer Opportunities

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The coronavirus, which is now called COVID-19, has awakened worldwide fear for the past months. The World Health Organization has declared its outbreak as a public health emergency of international concern.  Confirmed cases, even death due to this virus, have been alarming. Each country has taken precautionary measures to control its spread. Though an increase […]

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How Smart Millennials Are Impacting the Southern California Housing Market

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You’ve probably heard all the negative comments –  Millennials are lazy, won’t work hard, expect instant gratification, and can’t cope with adversity. Well, when it comes to finances and technology, they can be a pretty savvy bunch. The housing market can bear witness to that. Young adults aged 29 – 36 are the largest segment […]

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