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When It’s Easier to Buy Than to Rent

All you hear these days is about how white-hot the real estate market is.  Ask anyone sitting on the sidelines and they’ll tell you they’re waiting for the crash.  Ask anyone in the hunt for a home to buy, they’ll … Continue reading

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Setting Expectations

Thanks for tuning in!  Today, we are talking about setting expectations in today’s real estate market world.  The real estate market today is insane, and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.  So much so, that we have to re-evaluate … Continue reading

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Escalation Clause: What Is It And Is It A Good Strategy?

Perhaps you’re a buyer and you’ve never heard of an escalation clause.  Or maybe you’re a young Realtor and you’ve never come across one before.  An escalation clause is a term in an offer where the buyer agrees to increase … Continue reading

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