Useful Real Estate Web Sites
Here's a short list of some of the more useful real estate and real estate related sites on the web. When you click on any of the links below, you'll see the site you chose, along with a form at the bottom of your screen. Use it to get answers for any questions you might have about anything you find.
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GOVERNMENT REAL ESTATE RESOURCES
Try the US Census
FedStats.com, or the
Labor Statistics for useful information. The
site is full of resources. Don't forget
Freddie Mac, or
Mae. Get home buying tips from the
Federal Consumer Information Center.
Find your local
Chamber of Commerce or
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Working With An Agent >Real Estate Sales
Making a move gets high marks on the stress scale, whether you are buying or selling a home. Not only is there a lot of money involved, there is also lot that can go wrong in a real estate transaction.
A professional real estate agent works to minimize the stress involved in the process and to make your closing as smooth as possible. The agent will monitor the progress of the loan application and check on the paperwork. He or she will remind the sellers about any repairs that need to be made before the closing and will assist both parties in coordinating the closing and their moves. The real estate agent will also help ensure a smooth transition by reminding the sellers to arrange for final utility readings and the buyers to set up new utility account.
What is considered the primary factor distinguishing buyers of prestigious properties from the average home buyer?
Financing doesn't worry these buyers; they often put down 40 percent or more or pay cash for a property
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