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Statement by Lydia Pope President National Association of Real Estate Brokers

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“The National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) applauds the Senate confirmation of Sandra Thompson as director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), which supervises the GSE-giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and other mortgage market entities.

Fundrise: The Real Deal for Real Estate?

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Millions and millions – maybe even billions – of young people worldwide read news headlines every day about the skyrocketing price of real estate and feel a knot in their stomach. Owning real estate has historically been one of the rites of passage of adulthood and the basis for a solid financial foundation, but it is increasingly out of reach for many.

Factors That Determine the Cost of High-Net-Worth Home Insurance

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When you research different home insurance companies, the cost of that insurance is a consideration. It's essential to compare rates and packages. Still, many people miss a vital factor for their calculations: A high net worth policy can be significantly more expensive than a regular policy.

7 Factors That Enhance Your Real Estate Value 

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If you have an ardent interest in real estate, then you are definitely going for the right career path! If you are able to excel in it, the profit is boundless. In short, you are rich! Thus, it is understandable that you should want some tricks up your sleeve.

How to Talk to Your Insurance Company About Roof Replacement

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It's no secret that a roof repair or replacement will set you back some money. If you need roof work or a new roof, you may be able to use your insurance to pay part or all of the expenses depending on your policy.

Looking for a Loan with Bad Credit?

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Money doesn't grow on trees, though that sure would be nice. When you need a loan, many lenders are going to look at your credit score first. If that score is low or even abysmal, they turn you down without a second thought.

5 Reasons Why You Should Get Renters Insurance

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At some point in our lives, a majority of us have faced rents in some or another way. One of the more popular kinds of rents includes home rents where the tenants pay monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, or annually for owning a homeowner's property, temporarily. Before we get into the hows & whys, let's talk about the whats of rental insurances.
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Safeguard Your Home When Daylight Saving Ends This Sunday

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n Sunday, November 7, daylight saving time ends, and we set our clocks back an hour. Take advantage of the extra time to ensure your family and home are best prepared for possible emergencies or unexpected disasters.
Title Insurance

What If I Have Title Insurance and I Get a Legal Claim for A...

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Are you familiar with title insurance? Individuals shopping for a new home might come across a series of issues when purchasing a house with an unclear title. In this case, as a new owner, you are likely to have a problem with your rights to ownership

4 Reasons Every Real Estate Agency Needs Tailored Business Insurance

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Anyone who owns and operates a business of any kind should understand the very real need to protect that business. Insurance coverage is going to be your best armor when defending yourself and your company from what could amount to as the literal death of your company. So it is with the real estate business, and if you want to see tomorrow and all the tomorrows after that, it’s time to think about all the layers of protection business insurance can offer you.

MooveGuru’s Home Pro Division, Powered by HomeKeepr, Hits Nine Million Home Pro Recommendations

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HomeKeepr, the leading referral-only online community of REALTORS®, home service professionals and homeowners, today announced it has surpassed the nine-million recommendation mark. The company has signed on more than 300,000 real estate, mortgage, and insurance professionals who have in turn recommended more than 500,000 unique home service contractors and other local businesses to homeowners over nine million times.

Self-storage – How to choose the right one

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Self-storage facilities are fast becoming one of the most viable options for Kiwi Millennials to store their overflow of stuff as they transition from one place to another. Storage units are an excellent solution for people looking to save some space in their homes by downsizing their items or store seasonal items.
Mortgage Calculator in British Columbia

How to Use a Mortgage Calculator in British Columbia

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Before you can get a mortgage, you must show a great level of commitment. In British Columbia, the procedure can be quite tedious and may even be your biggest monetary commitment so far. That is why you need to calculate the mortgage you want
Protect Your Home

Protect Your Home (& Wallet) From Floods and Fires

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The increasing amount of hurricanes and wildfires has many of us feeling like we're living in a Hollywood disaster movie. But there are ways to play the action hero. We’ll share ideas on how to make your property flood and fire resistant.

Common Mistakes of First-Time Home Buyers and How to Avoid Them

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First-time home buyers have a hard time figuring out how much to spend on their new home. They might look at a $250,000 home, wonder if they can afford a $300,000 home, and so on. With the basics, it's easy to decide how much you can afford, but there's more to buying a home than that. And like buying anything, there's an argument for going over budget, if you get a good deal, for a good reason.
FEMA

FEMA Assistance Can Help if Insurance Doesn’t Cover Losses

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Homeowners and renters who suffered damage from the March 25-26 severe storms and tornadoes in Bibb, Calhoun, Clay, Hale, Jefferson, Perry, Randolph, and Shelby Counties should apply to FEMA for federal disaster assistance even if they have insurance.
Home in a Divorce

Deciding Who Gets the Home in a Divorce

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If you are considering going through with a divorce or are already in the middle of one, you more than likely feel overwhelmed with the multitude of decisions that need to be made. Finding a new place to live or deciding to stay in your marital home is one of the biggest decisions to make during a divorce
Home Warranty

What Is A Home Warranty, and How Does It Work?

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Home Warranty is basically just another form of insurance. There are some overlapping characteristics with homeowners insurance but, it’s fundamentally different and also covers different things. It’s like a smaller version of homeowners insurance.
New-build boom

Is a new-build boom home right for you?

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The home-building business is booming, and it’s not just because of home renovation projects during the pandemic. Wannabe homeowners are turning more and more to new-build homes. Look at why new-build homes are so popular, why one might be right for you
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Providing FEMA Insurance Documentation During the Application Process Can Change Your Eligibility Status

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During the recent winter storms, many Oklahomans in the 16 designated counties may have sustained damages to their home and property.  Homeowners and renters who have insurance

Business Real Estate Press Releases

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FEMA Offers Free Rebuilding Tips at Local Home Improvement Stores

Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Houston, Pasadena and Webster for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts.

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

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FEMA Offers Free Rebuilding Tips at Local Home Improvement Stores

Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Houston, Pasadena and Webster for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts.