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Real estate agents receive commissions from home buyers and sellers, collectively earning over $50 Billion per year. Learn how commission amounts are set, who pays them, and how they work in this article. Read more.
List of secured property tax rates for all counties of California fiscal year for 2014-2015. Read more.
If you live in California and are over the age of 55 you can effectively reduce your property taxes when buying a new home. Read more.
Foreign real estate investment in the United States, both commercial and residential, is a huge phenomenon that is only expected to accelerate, maybe even to skyrocket, in 2016. Read more.
You've heard the term used before, but what does loan closing mean? Find out all you need to know about the process. Read more.
Whenever there is money to be made or money to be spent, some unscrupulous folks will take advantage, trying to game the system or commit all-out fraud. Read more.
Houston Vs. Dallas? If you are considering moving to either of these major metropolitan areas, we've created a resource to help you make the decision process a little easier. Read more.
Your DTI is used by mortgage lenders to determine whether you qualify for a loan, and if so, for how much. Improve your DTI with these 16 tips. Read more.
A bankruptcy will make it very difficult to attain a home loan. These 5 tips will help you re-establish your credit quickly in order to qualify for a home loan. Read more.
Homeowners in California must pay semi-annual property taxes on November 1st and February 1st. In addition to these dates, we will review the entire property tax calendar to keep you well informed about California property taxes. Read more.