You can probably get out of this lousy real estate deal. Try one of these strategies.
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When you've got your eye on a house for sale, look beyond the obvious.
There are legal and ethical questions to consider regarding disclosure before the home sale.
Do you really want a prospective homebuyer to see your underwear on the floor?
The title company should've seen the lien when you bought the home. But you have options.
Does your house make buyers say "yuck"? Make sure you avoid these turn-offs.
Avoid these common blunders when a home inspector is examining a house.
Not every real estate deal closes. Here are the seller's options.
Tax assessments or appraisals don't offer the best information. Here's what does.
Find the median single family home values by state.
Rockford rocks! And so do housing markets in these other cities.
Don't gamble on Atlantic City or these other places where home prices fell the most.
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Maryland had the highest rate of foreclosure in April. Is your state on our list?
You won't successfully sue the vacant home's owner, but you can try these tactics.
First-time homebuyers can save on closing costs, thanks to Fannie Mae.
If your bank doesn't make enough when the home is sold, it can go after your cash for the difference.
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan can protect your home, but not complying with it can cost you plenty.
Can a homeowner keep her house, despite owing the reverse-mortgage lender for taxes?
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