Caveat Emptor: Lessons Learned from Tax Season

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By Samantha Jones Every year, Uncle Sam comes calling like clockwork in the spring. In the midst of our crazy spring market no less, and then comes the sticker shock. The inevitable cringing at how much I spent to run my business last year. At the end of the day, we are small business owners after all. It does take …

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The Additional Expenses of Buying a HUD Foreclosure

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By Lynn Minnick Although I’ve been in real estate for 10 years now, I just closed on my first HUD foreclosure.  We haven’t had that many in my market (yet!) and so far I’ve somehow managed to avoid them.  I almost fell out of my chair at the closing when the HUD attorney handed me a survey to complete regarding …

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Show Off Your Expertise with a New Free Tool

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By G. M. Filisko, contributing writer, HouseLogic When people question whether you’re old enough to have the expertise necessary to successfully represent them in a real estate transaction (We know you’re shocked!), prove you’re just as much of an expert on home values as any real estate vet: Just take advantage of the REALTOR® Content Resource, the new tool powered …