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Why You Need Title Insurance

“Why You Need Title Insurance”             My friend just bought a multi family from me.  After we closed and he toured his new investment property, there were things he noticed for the first time because, as he said, “I was more … Continue reading

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Could Changing Buyer Needs Be Good News For New Home Builders?

“Could Changing Buyer Needs Be Good News For New Home Builders?” I’ve started working with a group of young investors.  Although their business model is to buy, fix, and flip houses, the market at the bottom where they troll is hot.  While … Continue reading

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The First Time Home Seller’s Experience

“The First Time Home Seller’s Experience” Not everyone who owns a home has ever sold a home.  You would think that after the last decade, everyone has sold a home at least once, but some homeowners purchased their house when … Continue reading

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The Myth About Obamacare and Conveyance Taxes

“The Myth About Obamacare and Conveyance Taxes” The other day while perusing my Facebook timeline, I came across a comment stream about the tax implications of Obamacare on the purchase and sale of real estate.  You’ve seen the emails, you’ve … Continue reading

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What Can Connecticut Do to Help Its Housing Market?

“What Can Connecticut Do to Help Its Housing Market?” Statistics show that although prices around the country are starting to firm up, prices in New England are still falling.  A recent CNBC poll ranked Connecticut 43 out of 50 states … Continue reading

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Making the Finances Work When Buying a Home

“Making the Finances Work When Buying a Home” Last year I worked with a buyer who thought he couldn’t afford a home he was well qualified for, because the government was taking the max amount of withholding from each of … Continue reading

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