Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Most Expensive DIY Mistakes

Do-it-yourself home improvement can be a great way to add value to your home without having to pay builders or plumbers to do the work. But even the simplest of DIY jobs can quickly turn into an expensive mess when … Continue reading

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Q: What Else Should I Take into Account when Buying a New Home?

A: You can find out more about an existing property and neighborhood before you buy than you can a new home in a newly developed community. When the home is on the outskirts of town, ask the developer about future … Continue reading

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Price, Value, Terms; The Real Value of Homeownership…It’s Not Just Monetary

There are numerous media sources reporting the advantages and disadvantages of homeownership. Every expert (from international money managers who have hundreds of billions of dollars of assets under management to local and national real estate experts) has chimed in on … Continue reading

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NW Tucson & Oro Valley Well Served by the Amphitheater School District

A major component in the decision of a business to locate in a state is the taxation climate.  But, for where to locate within a state education means a great deal.  Business seeks the best so they can be the … Continue reading

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Price it Properly : Sell it Quickly

This is a great piece on pricing psychology written by Dr. Ken H. Johnson, Ph.D. — Florida International University (FIU) and Editor of the Journal of Housing Research as our guest blogger. To view other research from FIU, visit   Full time … Continue reading

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