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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Spring Cleaning: Follow Our Handy Guide to Organizing Your Garage, Basement and Attic

Spring is not far off, and your garage, basement and attic need your attention. From sweeping cobwebs to throwing out old, useless junk and organizing family photos, spring cleaning is essential to keeping a tidy house. Follow our handy guide to organizing your garage, basement and attic. Continue reading

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Tax Time 2015: How Buying a New Home Can Impact the Amount of Tax You’ll Pay

Few people consider the tax implications of buying a home, but there are many. Here are a few ways buying a home can impact the amount of tax you pay. Continue reading

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – March 16, 2015

Last week’s economic reports included job openings, retail sales, retail sales except automotive, consumer sentiment for March and the usual reports on weekly jobless claims and mortgage rates. Continue reading

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The Tram House in Maui Meadows

The iconic San Francisco cable car comes to life on this South Maui ocean view property, affectionately known as The Tram House in Maui Meadows. Ride the trolley up to a platform and enjoy the magical ocean views.

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Inexpensive Makeovers That Will Boost Your Home’s Appeal

If you have determined that there are many younger buyers moving into your area, you may want to make a few changes that will add appeal to this target audience. While you could spend tens of thousands of dollars or more completing a home makeover, there are a few budget-minded ideas that you may consider. Continue reading

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Renting Your Home Long-term

If you have the luxury of taking an extended vacation, you may have your sights set on adventure and relaxation. However, you also need to consider the practicality of leaving behind your home and belongings for an extended period of time. A great idea is to take on a long-term tenant for your home, and there are a number of benefits that you can enjoy by doing this. Continue reading

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Hawaii Island Real Estate Price Trends

It’s no surprise that Hawaii is becoming an increasingly popular place to live due to its natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere. However, if you are considering a big move to the sunshine island, it’s important to keep your eye on … Continue reading

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Buying and Selling a Home at the Same Time? How to Juggle These Two Transactions

There are few things that can be more stressful than buying or selling a home. When you are buying and selling a home at the same time, your stress level may understandably skyrocket through the roof. While this will inevitably be a challenging time in your life, you can more easily navigate through the transactions with success by following a few tips. Continue reading

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How to Test Your Home for Radon Gas and What to Do if You Find It

If you are concerned about the presence of radon in your home, you are not alone. The fact is that radon is an invisible, odorless gas that may be found in buildings around the world. Continue reading

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – March 9, 2015

Last week’s economic news was scant on housing related reports, but several employment reports were released along with the national unemployment rate, which dipped to 5.50 percent. This was a full point below the Federal Reserve’s original target rate of 6.50 percent. Construction spending was incrementally lower than expected and mortgage rates also fell. Continue reading

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