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Prepayment Penalties Erode Your Worth, Home That Is!
By Joe Lane
When a home buyer gets involved with buying a home, thoughts usually tend to center on staying in that home for a lengthy period of time, building both a family and equity. However, as we all know, Read more...

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By Sandy Mark
Water is natureís one of the best gift to mankind. Itís in abundance on our planet but pure water is a rarity today due to industrial contamination, woodland loss and poor water storage. Pure water Read more...
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The Home Foreclosure Can Be A Windfall For A Chosen Few
By Perry Gibson
When an owner fails to make payments on a mortgage it will result in the foreclosure of the mortgage. The mortgage company can then declare that the full amount is due and needs to paid immediately. Read more...
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Attention First Time Homebuyers
By Candee Lynn Wilson
Attention First Time HomebuyersPriced out of the market? Think again!By Candee Lynn Wilson In many real estate markets, especially along the East and West Read more...

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Tips for Selling Your Home
By Roberto Irby
As a homeowner, there are several things you can do to help sell your real estate in Washington. After you have completed the usual steps of pricing the and putting out advertisements, you need to make sure your makes a good impression on prospective homebuyers. Too many times, homeowners lose out on deals because their house was not in a presentable state when it was shown to buyers.

First impressions are everything. As the popular saying indicates, you will never get a second chance to make one. Since the outside of your is the first thing buyers will see, it should be made as presentable as possible. The lawn should be neatly manicured. If there is a garden in the front yard, it should be manicured as well.

Shrubs should be trimmed. A fresh coat of paint on the outside of the house will make a good impression. Alternatively, you can have the house pressure washed to make it look new.

Once you have cleaned up the outside of the house, then its time to take care of the inside. You should first focus on the rooms that are used most often. This includes the living room, kitchen, and bathrooms. Clean each of these rooms thoroughly. Donít have any excess junk lying around. If there are scuff marks on the walls consider touching these up with paint. Buyers want to see how well your looks, not how well it could look.

Many people are looking for large storage spaces. Organize your closet, attic and basement, to show just how roomy the space really is. Use this as an opportunity to do the organizing youíve been planning to do for so long. Donate unwanted clothes to charity, return borrowed tools, and get rid of unnecessary items to free up some space.
LaToya Irby is the editor of Real Estate in Washington. You can find more information at http://www.waonsale.com


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