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All You Need to Know About Selling Your Home During COVID-19

All You Need to Know About Selling Your Home During COVID-19

August 21, 2020 - If the pandemic threw your home-selling plans into disarray, you'll be happy to know that the market is rebounding and sellers are active once again. The game, however, has changed a bit! Here's all you need to know about selling your home during COVID-19.

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Preparing For Hurricane Season

Preparing For Hurricane Season

May 29, 2020 - The official first day of hurricane season is just around the corner. Are you prepared? We have a checklist to help you get ready. Little actions now could reduce damage during a hurricane. Plus, knowing you are prepared may help reduce stress if a storm approaches this hurricane season.

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Your Complete Guide to Homeowners Insurance

Your Complete Guide to Homeowners Insurance

May 29, 2020 - If you own a home, you need homeowners insurance, but what kind should you pick? Balancing coverage with premiums and deductibles can make your head spin. We have answered all your questions about homeowners insurance.

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Why Should You Get Preapproved for a Loan Before Shopping?

Why Should You Get Preapproved for a Loan Before Shopping?

May 8, 2020 - Getting a preapproval for a home or car loan is the best first step you can take in the purchase process. It shows you are a serious buyer, gives you a price range within which to shop, and will open doors not available to those who are not preapproved. Learn about some other key advantages of getting a preapproval.

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Should You Buy a House During the Holidays?

Should You Buy a House During the Holidays?

December 10, 2019 - While spring and summer tend to see the highest volume of home sales, it doesn't mean they're the only time to buy a house. Let's take a closer look at some of the myths and lesser-known facts about timing the purchase of a home and explore the pros and cons of buying during the holidays.

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