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House Hunting Checklist: 7 Awkward but Necessary Things to Do When Viewing a Home

A home is a huge investment. For most people, it's the biggest and most expensive thing they'll ever buy. So why would you ever sign ...
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Your Guide to February

National Wear Red Day #GoRedforWomen and join the movement to end heart disease and stroke by wearing red today. Academy Awards Roll out your own ...
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Be Prepared: Good Homes Sell Quickly

Deciding which home to buy is a big decision. The home you choose will likely be the one you live in for the next several ...
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Average Home Seller Profit Tops $65,000

It's no secret that home prices have been climbing in recent years. And though increases have slowed from what they were a few years ago, ...
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Selling Your Home in Today’s Market

Buying and selling a home at the same time can feel pretty daunting, but it’s completely doable if you have the right team and know-how ...
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New Home Sales See Best Three Months Since 2007

As 2019 comes to a close, there are several signs that the housing market will be strong in the year ahead. Among them, new home ...
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Will The Inventory Crunch Continue In 2020?

Obviously, the number of homes available for sale is important. After all, it has a big impact on affordability. For example, these days there are ...
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Sending You Christmas Wishes

All of us at Mortgage300 hope your Christmas holiday is filled with love and laughter. Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! ...
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Welcome Winter!

Today marks the official first day of the new season. It's also the shortest day and the longest night of the year in the northern ...
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Chocolate Peppermint Silk Pie

One of the best holiday traditions is creating and indulging in your favorite holiday desserts. This Chocolate Peppermint Silk Pie will be a welcome addition ...
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Forecast Sees Good Years Ahead For Housing

Home buyers and sellers can have very different views when it comes to housing market conditions. Rising prices, for example, are bad news for buyers ...
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Are New Homes Getting Smaller?

Over the years, American homes have grown larger.  In fact, the typical new home is about 1,000 square feet bigger than it was in 1980 ...
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