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5 Quick Fixes to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Conscientious homeowners keep on top of all the regular maintenance items almost automatically. Once you’ve lived in a place for more than a year or two, you know what to keep an eye on, and when major fixes and updates have to be addressed. When it’s time to sell your home, though, the focus shifts…. continue reading

Buyers Will Bypass a Cluttered Home

One of the secrets to selling your Phoenix-area home isn’t a secret at all: clean up the clutter. While it’s natural to accumulate “stuff” as we go through life, it’s easy to let that stuff take over our living spaces. And while your collection of Beanie Babies, Smurf Glasses and Mickey Mouse memorabilia might mean… continue reading

Should I Call My REALTOR®?: The Ugly Truth About Procuring Cause

Have you ever been driving down the street and seen an open house sign and thought, “I don’t want to bother my REALTOR®. I’ll just pop in and take a look. If I like it, I’ll call my REALTOR® and have them write up an offer.” Or have you ever seen a sign for a… continue reading

The Case for ARMs

The following article was originally published on Aaron Lending, LLC’s website. We decided to share it with you because it’s full of helpful information about adjustable rate mortgages as well as several real world scenarios. I will admit that as a borrower, Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs) always scared me a little. I didn’t like the… continue reading

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