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Three Common Questions About Luxury Homes From Curious Buyers

When you hear the phrase luxury home, what is it that comes to mind? If you are like most people, you will think of houses belonging to the rich and famous, or you may even think of a particular home style. The truth is, even though the average consumer has an idea of what a luxury home is and what it would involve to buy one, most of them do have questions. Read More 

Pinpointing Tech Office Features For A Fresh And Efficient Move

Are you moving your business office to a new location? Is the home office getting too small for your growing operation, or do you need a more professional front to attract clients used to traditional business settings? Commercial office leasing is a fairly simple transaction if you want the bare basics, but you can make your business operate much more smoothly--and maybe even make a bit of extra money when clientele is low--with a few efficient choices. Read More 

Paying Money To Sell Your Home

Everyone who sells their home assumes that they will set a price that will at least allow them to break even, if not make a nice profit. There are, however, certain circumstances that might having you bring money with you on the day of the closing. Read on so that you can be prepared if your situation required you to come up with some cash to close to the deal. Read More 

Signs You Can Sell Your Home And Buy A New One

If you have been living in your current home for a long time, you may have started thinking of selling it and buying another one. Before going ahead with the sale, consider the following factors to confirm that you are ready for it: You Have Some Home Equity Your property's equity is the difference between the value of your property and the outstanding mortgage on it. For example, if your house is worth $270,000 and its outstanding loan is $220,000, then the property's equity is $50,000. Read More 

Things Everyone Needs To Know About A Neighborhood Before Purchase

When buying a home, you should research not only the actual construction but also the neighborhood in which the property is located. Here are some of the things you should investigate about the neighborhood: Crime Statistics Crime can affect everyone, from the rich to the poor, from those who are single to those who are married. Therefore, research the crime statistics of the area to understand not only the frequency of crimes in the area but also the nature of the typical crimes. Read More 

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Looking At Houses

Welcome to my weblog on real estate. My name is Ross Goldberg. When I was a little kid, my dad used to take me on drives through various neighborhoods to look at the houses. He was a big fan of beautiful homes and took a lot of pride in our home. He would constantly talk to me about everything he knew about houses and hoped that I would own my own home someday. That day eventually came and I wanted to make him proud by purchasing a great home myself. I eventually achieved this goal, but I didn't want to stop researching real estate and looking at homes, so I decided to create this blog as another way to talk about real estate.

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Three Common Questions About Luxury Homes From Curious Buyers
31 January 2018

When you hear the phrase luxury home, what is it t

Pinpointing Tech Office Features For A Fresh And Efficient Move
26 January 2018

Are you moving your business office to a new locat

Paying Money To Sell Your Home
27 December 2017

Everyone who sells their home assumes that they wi

Signs You Can Sell Your Home And Buy A New One
11 December 2017

If you have been living in your current home for a

Things Everyone Needs To Know About A Neighborhood Before Purchase
15 November 2017

When buying a home, you should research not only t