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Below is a snapshot for current mortgage rates pulled today from ForTheBestRate.com for the State of California. Please note that interest rates are subject to change without notice and can vary based upon a borrower's credit score, loan amount, the type of property being financed and multiple other variables. Please visit ForTheBestRate.com for the most up-to-date pricing and for the criteria used in the survey.
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If you ask the average homeowner, “Which rooms in your home are used the least?” The most likely responses will be, “the living room, dining room, and guest room”. Although our needs and styles have changed over the years, many homes are still designed with these designated spaces that go largely under utilized. If you have ever wondered why you never entertain in your living room, rarely host dinner parties in your dining room, or seldom need to change the linens in
If you think this article is going to tout the benefits of a state-of-the-art home gym or in-ground swimming pool, think again. As a homeowner, one of the hidden benefits you may not have realized is that your “Home Sweet Home” is also a place where you can pursue your physical fitness goals, without paying expensive fitness club dues or driving across town. Here are 3 ways to get you moving!
1. Maximize your outside spaces- Whether you have kids or not, investing in a portable or
That is a tough question with a multi-faceted answer. However, since sales and the number of properties up for sale do have an interdependent relationship on home values, things appear to be looking up. Although according to CNNMoney, median home prices are expected to fall another 3.6% by the end of June 2012. The good news is that the foreclosure inventory had dropped by 8.4% by the end of December 2011. Loan defaults are slowing down and home sales across the country are showing improvement.
Whether you are selling or buying a home, it pays to keep a checklist of what constitutes a well-maintained property. Keeping things ship shape also protects the property value. Here’s a checklist to get your wheels turning!
1. Systems-A home’s major systems require regular and diligent attention. Not only do they comprise some of the more expensive components of a home, having any of these in less than excellent working order can lead to major replacement costs and result in safety