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Diallo J. Stevens, REALTOR
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Getting People Ca$h & Keys!!
Getting People Ca$h & Keys!!

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Brooklyn 2 Family FOR SALE: 174 Patchen Ave - by DIALLO & TEAM at Keller Williams Realty
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Congratulations to these new #Homeowners
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2 Family Home for Sale - Brooklyn, NY -
http://www.3e88brooklyn.com - DIALLO & TEAM @ Keller Williams Realty
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HUGE 4 Bedroom Home for Sale - Brooklyn, NY - DIALLO & TEAM at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II
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Great opportunities like this are rare! Contact me today!
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Great opportunities like this are rare! Contact me today!
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DIALLO & Team is ready to sell your property for you, too! We will market your property like a multi-million dollar listing! Call us today! 646-872-1413
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Taking the Fear out of the Mortgage Process - A considerable number of potential buyers shy away from jumping into the real estate market due to their uncertainty about the buying process. A specific cause for concern tends to be mortgage qualification. For many, the mortgage process can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be! In order to qualify in today’s market, you’ll need to have saved for a down payment (the average down payment on all loans was 11% last month, with many buyers putting d...
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Buying a Home Can Be Scary... Know the Facts [INFOGRAPHIC] - Some Highlights: 36% of Americans think they need a 20% down payment to buy a home. 44% of Millennials who purchased a home this year have put down less than 10%. 8% of loan applications were approved last month. The average credit score of approved loans was 731 in September.
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Percentage of Homeownership by Decade and by State - There has been a lot of talk about the falling homeownership rate in the United States. In December 2004, the homeownership rate reached an all-time high of 69.4%, while the current rate is 62.9%. When comparing these two figures, there is some room for concern regarding the difference. However, today we want to shine some light on the issue by: Showing what historic homeownership rates have looked like over the last 130 years. Breaking d...
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