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Going To Cost More

If home prices go up by 7% like 2020 and mortgage rates go up by ½% from their all-time lows, it is going to cost more to wait to buy a home.

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Pre-Listing Inspections

Imagine what happens when there is not a pre-listing inspection. The buyer contracts for the home with a provision for professional home inspection. When it is made, there could be things that the buyer didn't expect or even, anticipate. If ...

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Would You Move If It Was To Your Advantage?

A much-repeated investment strategy is to buy low and sell high.  Some people who purchased around the financial crisis of 2010-2012 are poised to make considerable profits. The median home price in America is now $295,300 up from $15...

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Happy New Year

Wishing you and yours a safe, healthy, and prosperous new year! Judi Monday 210 W Continental Road, Suite 116A Green Valley, AZ 85622 (520) 241-7780 http://www.greenvalleyazrealest...

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Good Investment

83% of buyers reported believing that a home purchase is a good investment and 42% said it was better than owning stock.

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How to Add Red to a Room

Love the color red but not sure how to add this bold shade to your space? Below are a few tips.

Art. Adding a bright red painting, sculpture or ...

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How to Earn Credit Card Grace-Period Perks

If you pay your credit card bill in full each month and dont pay interest, youre using your credit wisely.

Youre not only getting a free 50-day loan through a cr...

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Down to One Income? It's Not the End of the World

If you purchased your home as a two-income family, the prospect of living on only one income can be daunting if not downright scary.

But dont despair if a sudden...

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5 Reminders to Keep In Your Wallet

Your purse or wallet can be more than just a place to pull your money out of so you can spend it. It can also store a few things to remind you to use less money, or at...

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Growth vs. Value Investing: Know the Differences

Your investing style and tolerance for risk can help determine what type of stock mutual funds you invest in. The two main types of funds " growth and value " have dif...

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What Are Your Rights in Debt Collection?

If debt collectors are calling or sending you letters demanding payment, you may be worried"and for good reason.

Not only can having a debt in collections stay o...

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3 Things to Do Instead of Watching TV

Is your evening couch potato routine with your partner growing stale? It can be hard to find the energy to connect after a long day of work, but while watching televis...

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5 Financial Tips for First-Time Parents

So a babe is on the way? Congrats! Along with the chaos of, well, everything that is to come, your finances are about to experience an upheaval, as well. According to ...

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Best Ways to Use Credit Card Concierge

Somewhere on your credit card statement"or maybe even on the back of the card"is contact information for a credit card concierge. The service is usually free, and whil...

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How to Deal with Unauthorized Credit Inquiries

Unauthorized credit inquiries are a sign that someone has fraudulently applied for credit in your name. They can hurt your credit score and make your financial life mo...

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