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Storage Solutions For Small Spaces

Posted by Carlee Potochar // February 28, 2018

Regardless of the size of your house or apartment, it is possible to use every bit of leftover space for storage. If you are in need of more space and have items you must organize, you will be pleased to know that there are many storage solutions for small spaces, including the following: If you […]


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What Are Your Rights During Closing?

Posted by Carlee Potochar // February 15, 2018

Buying or selling a house can be complicated. This is because closing a real estate transaction can be very stressful as both parties attempt to agree on a deal that is mutually beneficial. You may encounter unforeseen situations throughout this process, therefore, it is important to remember that both parties have buyer’s and seller’s rights […]


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Organization At The Entryway: Create A Good First Impression

Posted by Carlee Potochar // January 31, 2018

Organization At The Entryway: Create A Good First Impression As long as you are organized and inspired, you can create an entryway in your home that makes coming and going enjoyable. Everyone has a different name for their entryway. Some call them drop zones. They are also known as utility rooms, mudrooms, entryways, and even […]


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Your Mortgage Was Declined – Why?

Posted by Carlee Potochar // January 15, 2018

Gaining a mortgage is not always a sure thing that will simply happen when you decide to apply. The fact of the matter is that in 2015, 12 percent of applications submitted were in fact denied. Take a look below at six possible reasons that apply to the question Your Mortgage Was Declined – Why? […]


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Six Kitchen Must-Haves

Posted by Carlee Potochar // December 31, 2017

Today’s competitive market place for homes means that both buyers and homeowners have had to rethink their expectations for the kitchen; gadgets and appliances considered acceptable just a few years ago may simply not impress a potential buyer today. The kitchen has long been considered one of the most important spaces in any home, an […]


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Understanding Your Mortgage Loan – What Is APR

Posted by Carlee Potochar // December 15, 2017

As per the federal government, all mortgage lending institutions are legally required to disclose the APR or annual percentage rate whenever a loan program is advertised. But when it comes to understanding your mortgage loan – what is APR and is this something that actually matters to you? One thing that you should know is […]


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Enhance Your Home – Building Equity

Posted by Carlee Potochar // November 30, 2017

Once you’ve invested in a house, how can you start building its value? Enhance Your Home – Building Equity The process of building value in a home is called building equity. Equity represents your home or property’s market value, minus any remaining balance on your mortgage. For instance, if you’re able to offload your home […]


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What Is Closing & How Much Does It Cost?

Posted by Carlee Potochar // November 15, 2017

Home buyers frequently look forward to “closing”, the final exchange of paperwork that officially transfers ownership of the property to them. What is closing, though? There are a lot of financial and legal obstacles that must be overcome when a house is sold, and “closing” is the word used to describe getting everything done. Some […]


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Home Features To Consider For Your Next Home

Posted by Carlee Potochar // October 31, 2017

When you get your dream home, will it be filled with all that you’ve ever loved in a TV show or home magazine? When your wishes finally become a reality, you’ll want to know what’s important for both your lifestyle and you. You’ll lay the foundation for your property search by defining your priorities. Following […]


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Monmouth County Homes – Inventory Is At A 20-Year Low!

Posted by Carlee Potochar // October 15, 2017

Monmouth County Homes – Inventory Is At A 20-Year Low! A recent survey by Realtor.com has informed the public of this extraordinary fact and they cite as one of the reasons being the reluctance of Baby Boomers to trade from their current homes either up or down. Over 59% of those individuals that responded to […]


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