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The Best Time of Year to Sell Your Home Is...

When is the best time of year to sell a home? It’s a commonly debated topic these days. While spring is generally considered the ideal time for sellers to list their homes, there are plenty of examples of real estate markets across the country where this is not the case. For example, the best time to sell a home in Tomball, TX last year was in October. The truth is, there are a number of factors that play a role in the success of your home sale and the time of year is just one of them. To learn more, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/the-best-time-of-year-to-sell-your-home-is.html

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Interest Rates Will Be Rising Soon

The real estate market is becoming more and more competitive. Interest rates are creeping up after years of being at record lows. Buyers are feeling the heat and submitting mortgage applications at a much higher rate. At the same time, housing inventory remains tight. This gives buyers and sellers a unique opportunity to get into the market and take advantage of these conditions. To find out how, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/tapping-into-your-homes-equity.html

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3 Ways to Winterproof Your Home

Have you considered winterizing your home? Doing so will not only save you money on your heating bills, it will add resale value to your home when you decide to sell it. One of the best projects is adding fiberglass attic insulation. It was the only project that Remodeling Magazine featured that had an ROI of over 100%. To see all of our winterizing tips, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/3-ways-to-winterproof-your-home.html

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Homebuyers Are Feeling Optimistic

If you haven’t already noticed, there seems to be a renewed sense of optimism among homebuyers. Why is this? There are a number of different reasons. We’ll take a closer look at three of them today. One big catalyst is the fact that lending guidelines have loosened. To learn more, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/homebuyers-are-feeling-optimistic.html

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The Many Types of Real Estate Investments

Real estate investing isn’t just for the super wealthy anymore. In fact, there are about 50 million people out there who own a property that is separate from their primary dwelling. There are plenty of ways you can get involved, even if you don’t have enough to buy a home outright. One way is through crowdfunding sites that allow you to be part of a large-scale property investment. To learn more about all the different ways you can get involved in real estate investing, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/5-ways-to-invest-in-real-estate.html

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3 Things Every First-Time Homebuyer Should Know

It’s always exciting to be a first-time homebuyer. However, you should know what you’re getting into before you take the plunge. The biggest piece of advice we can give you is to know what you can afford. Homeownership comes with a lot of expenses that you may not be aware of. To learn more about this and two more things every first-time buyer should know, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/3-things-every-first-time-homebuyer-should-know.html

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One of Wake Forest’s Most Beautiful Properties

Overlooking the 9th hole of a championship golf course, this 10,800 square foot home in Wakefield Plantation is on the market. The backyard showcases a beautiful heated saltwater pool and hot tub. You'll love the convenience of your own fitness room, sauna, elevator, and media room as well as gorgeous master suites. Watch this short video to see for yourself!
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/one-of-wake-forests-most-beautiful-properties.html

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Debunking 5 Myths Believed by First-Time Homebuyers

First-time homebuyers who haven't gone through a real estate transaction tend to believe a few common myths about the home buying process. Today, we wanted to address some of the most common myths that first-time buyers believe and debunk them once and for all. For example, many first-time buyers tend to think you need a 20% down payment to buy a home, but there are actually loan programs that let you buy a home with as little as 5%, 3%, or even zero money down. To see all five myths debunked, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/debunking-5-myths-believed-by-first-time-homebuyers.html

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How to Prepare Your Home for Sale With Pets

We all love our pets, but unfortunately, they can be a distraction when selling your home. While there are many buyers that love them, there are many others who don’t. If you do have pets in your home, we have some helpful tips for you that will help you sell your home faster and for a higher price. For example, you’re less sensitive to pet odors as a pet owner, so hiring a professional cleaning crew to freshen up your carpet, rugs, and upholstery will make sure everything smells clean and fresh. To get all of our tips for selling your home as a pet owner, watch this short video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/how-to-prepare-your-home-for-sale-with-pets.html

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Is It Better to Use a Local Mortgage Lender or an Online Provider?

What’s the difference between working with a local mortgage lender and an online mortgage provider? Brandon Harris from Perennial Mortgage Group joins me once again today to answer this important question. The primary difference boils down to basic human interaction. Despite what online providers suggest, getting a mortgage is not as easy as clicking a button. To learn more about the difference between local mortgage lenders and online providers and which option is better for you, watch my latest video.
http://rarepropertiesblog.com/is-it-better-to-use-a-local-mortgage-lender-or-an-online-provider.html
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