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Things that add value:An updated kitchen - maximum space and lots of work area, solid surface counters and high-quality flooring, such as wood, laminate, tile or stone, newer appliances in working order.Updated bathrooms - spaciousness, spa tubs and separate shower, double sinks, Well-appointed m...
10/18/2007
From InmanWikiPrime neighborhoods are also usually the most expensive neighborhoods, often putting them out of reach for first-time home buyers. You may be wise to sacrifice on house amenities, such as an extra bedroom or a remodeled kitchen, in order to affo...
10/18/2007
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From InmanWikiPosted on myphoenixmlsblog.com October 10, 2007 By Bob Stahl, MyPhoenixMLS.com There are a number of "fixes" (some say bail-outs) for the foreclosure crisis - which is only going to get worse, as 2.5 million more homeowners face adjusting rates before the end of 2008. According to M...
10/18/2007
Sunny Corner Lot - noisy intersection of two busy streets. 
10/17/2007
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Home selling isn't like selling anything else. For most Americans the most expensive item they will ever buy or sell is their own home. That's why marketing real estate the most effective way takes years of experience, practice and skills.Marketing real estate is no fine science, but real estate ...
10/17/2007
Have you ever looked at a Realtor's business card and wondered what language ABR, GRI, CRS, etc. means?  First of all let me assure you that it's a good thing!  Secondly, and more importantly, it indicates that the Realtor handing you that card is in it for the long-haul.  It generally means that...
10/17/2007
1. Wash clothes in cold water. You might guess that most of the energy used by a washing machine goes into vigorously swishing the clothes around. In fact, about 90 percent of it is spent elsewhere, heating the water for the load. You can save substantially by washing and rinsing at cooler temper...
10/17/2007
U-M economic forecast calls for rebound during 2008University of Michigan economists are calling for weak growth through the end of the year, but a rebound in housing and car markets during 2008.The annual summer forecast of the US economy says the downturn in residential construction should hit ...
10/17/2007
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