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    How The U.S. Housing Market Has Been Impacted by the 2008 Recession

    Posted on September 9th, 2019
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    The financial crisis that occurred in 2008 threw everyone off unexpectedly. After all, it had been the biggest market disruption since the Great Depression. The number of renters to owners has decreased from 43.3% to 38.5%. The people that endured or forced to take up this shift were mostly far east and west coasters, older […]

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    Why A Looming Recession May Mean Its Time To Sell

    Posted on August 19th, 2019
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    With many economists and experts predicted a recession soon, many home sellers are wondering if now is the time to sell their home. It can be intimidating to think about, but many economic signals indicate that it could be a serious possibility in the next year to year and a half. If you’re on the […]

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    The Perils of a Traditional Home Sale 

    Posted on July 9th, 2019
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    If you’re not sure whether you should sell your home the traditional way, first read up on some of the issues that may arise from a traditional home sale. How a Traditional Home Sale Works Remodeling A traditional home sale can take months to years, depending on your location, the condition of your home, asking […]

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    3 Reasons to Sell Your Home Before 2019 is Over

    Posted on June 18th, 2019
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      On the fence about selling your home? By no means is this an easy decision but if you have goals to be free of a mortgage you can longer afford and want a fresh start, then it’s time to sell. With a healthy national market on your side and El Paso’s favorable real estate […]

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    When Selling Your Home for Cash Outweighs Putting it on the Market

    Posted on May 14th, 2019
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    There are currently 2,691 El Paso homes listed for sale on Zillow.com. In that search result, the lowest priced home is selling for $114,668 and the highest priced property is $6 million for 51.22 acres of land. The contrast in these listings have very little to do with personal situations and everything to do with […]

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    I Can No Longer Afford My Mortgage: What Are My Options?

    Posted on April 23rd, 2019
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    When America experienced the financial crisis of 2007 – 2008, the housing market went into a frenzy. The housing bubble popped and real homeowners were scrambling, trying to figure out their next move. Though we like to think of our mortgage as something that is secure and will keep us in our homes until that […]

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    Selling Your Inherited Property in El Paso

    Posted on March 21st, 2019
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    So you’ve inherited a home! There are contrasting emotions that come with being given a home. For one, you could be excited about the possibilities of the new home. On the other end, you could be scared and/or stressed with the thoughts of maintaining it. These emotions will have a lot to do with the […]

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    3 Signs It’s TIME TO SELL Your Rental Property

    Posted on February 18th, 2019
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    Whether this was once your primary home or you inherited it after a relative passed away, having a rental property can come with numerous benefits. This does, however, depend on what the situation looks like. It’s possible to have a rental property that’s lucrative and easy to manage one year then find yourself with a […]

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    Do You Need a Fresh Start? When To Consider Selling Your Home

    Posted on January 11th, 2019
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    The reality is, the majority of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. On top of paying the bills that come every month such as the mortgage, electricity, water, and other personal needs including groceries and hygiene products, we still have other bills. It could be the credit cards we used to buy furniture and Christmas gifts, […]

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