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    Published 2 June 2019 June is National Homeownership Month. According to the National Association of Realtors, homeownership month is “a time to celebrate and promote the American Dream of owning a home.” NAR goes on to say that owning a home is not only the best investment an individual can make to build their personal

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    Published 28 May 2019 There’s hardly a person with even a passing interest in real estate who isn’t aware of the three most important rules of buying and selling: location, location, location. But is the location of a property really that important? Almost without exception, the answer is “yes.” Although a large number of home

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    Published 19 May 2019 Utility bills can be a point of contention between landlords and tenants, especially when a tenant vacates a rental property without settling up with the utility companies. The extent to which the problem affects the landlord has everything to do with the individual utility company and the laws and regulations which

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    Published 12 May 2019 Thinking of purchasing a new vehicle or installing an in-ground swimming pool? Perhaps you’re in need of cash for college tuition, mounting debts or an extreme makeover for your family pet. Maybe you’d like to improve your home by remodeling or adding more space. Those uses and more can be financed

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    Published 6 May 2019 Around this time last year, I noted in this column that roughly 23 percent of the single-family, free-standing homes that changed hands sold for the asking price, or more. At the time, buyers who paid more than the asking price shelled out an average of around $2,800 above list to beat

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    Published 1 May 2019 The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) is best known for providing mortgages and down payment assistance to first-time homebuyers. They do much more than that, however. In addition to also providing tax credits and financing for the development of affordable rental housing, they likewise offer special financing for buyers who

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