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Your Feed Expired – Please Upgrade Your Account

In order to improve RSSMixer.com, we have migrated to new servers with better underlying software. Please visit our website to create a new feed and continue using our service without interruption. You’ll notice some big changes, especially in our feeds which no longer prune important media elements like images and videos. To support this effort have introduced four new subscription levels, from $0 to $12 per month. We are certain that we have a plan that’s right for you!

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Signs Your Local Real Estate Market Is A Bubble

If you were burned in 2008, the last time the housing bubble burst, you’re probably (and understandably!) gun-shy about jumping into the housing market again — especially if you think your local area could be experiencing another bubble. If you buy during a bubble, overpaying for your home, you might be forced to sell for […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/sign-of-local-real-estate-bubble/

6 Things Home Sellers Are Legally Required To Disclose

Denise Supplee and her husband, Jerry, had been in their new home in Horsham, PA, for just three months when they started to notice something strange in their bathroom. “You could see mold starting to seep through the paint,” says Denise, a co-founder and director of operations of SparkRental.com. “We had a contractor come in […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/legally-include-sellers-disclosure/

7 Homes For Rent That Belong In A Harry Potter Movie

When it comes to creating places that capture the imagination, J.K. Rowling wrote the book — make that books. And with the November 18 film premiere of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Harry Potter author-turned-screenwriter will invite Potterheads to delve into a whole new world of witchcraft and wizardry as magical monsters […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/homes-for-rent-that-belong-in-a-harry-potter-movie/

Want To Be Financially Secure? Buy A House

Taking the leap into homeownership — whether you’re considering a home for sale in Austin, TX, or Tampa, FL — can be daunting when you’re used to renting. From house hunting to making an offer to gathering pertinent paperwork, it’s a much more complex process than signing a lease agreement. But while easier financial approval and less […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/buying-your-first-home-for-financial-security/

Land Contract or Deed of Trust? Which is Better for Seller Financing?

Something that causes IMMENSE confusion for many real estate investors is the issue of seller financing. Whenever I talk with other investors around the country, I consistently encounter two things that trip people up: Issue #1: What’s the appropriate loan instrument to use in the closing process (Land Contract? Promissory Note & Deed of Trust? Mortgage? Something else?) Issue #2: If a […]

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4 Things Every Landlord Thinks About Your Credit Score

You’ll need to submit a lot of personal information to a landlord when you find a great apartment for rent. And that can be a challenging process, especially in a competitive rental market like Washington, DC, or New York, NY. What’s a landlord looking for? What information can you submit to show you’re the best tenant for […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/rent-with-bad-credit/

Trend Alert! 5 Reasons To Move To An “Agrihood”

When Stephanie Walsh and her husband were looking to buy a home in Atlanta, GA, they had a pretty unusual set of qualifications for their new home: They wanted to have access to local, organic produce (and not just from the grocery store); they wanted a neighborhood that was easily walkable; and they wanted to […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/agricultural-communities-agrihood-trend/

5 Reasons Buying A Tiny House Is A Mistake

It’s a trend that’s sweeping home improvement channels: tiny homes. Like, really tiny homes. And while the cute and often-mobile houses may sound practical — it is, after all, a home with running water and plumbing, appliances, and everything you’d need in a place to live — the truth is, for investment purposes, it’s wildly […]

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From https://www.trulia.com/blog/buy-a-tiny-house-mistake/