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5 Inspection Problems Buyers Shouldn’t Ignore

5 Inspection Problems Buyers Shouldn’t Ignore 5 Inspection Problems Buyers Shouldn’t Ignore DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2013 Home buyers need to be extra vigilant about inspections in the early stages of a purchase because if problems are discovered too late in the process, it can "dash home owners' dreams and budgets," writes Yahoo! Finance in a recent article. One home buyer in Long Island, N.Y., explains in the story that she didn't discover the fixer-upper she bought needed $225,000 in repairs until after she purchased it.  Jonathan and Drew Scott, who educate viewers about transforming fixer-uppers on HGTV's "Property Brothers," offers up a checklist of five things buyers should look for to ensure they don’t buy a lemon.  Mold:  Buyers should note any musty smells in the home and be on the lookout for any mold. Mold can be caused by improper air circulation as well as water leaks.  Pests:  Termite damage can be widespread and co

Wouldn’t you ‘like’ to play chef in this inviting kitchen space?

Wouldn’t you ‘like’ to play chef in this inviting kitchen space?  

Buying or Selling a Home? Where Are Values Headed?

Buying or Selling a Home? Where Are Values Headed? Buying or Selling a Home? Where Are Values Headed? by  THE KCM CREW  on  AUGUST 12, 2013  ·  0 COMMENTS in  AGENTS ,  FOR BUYERS ,  FOR SELLERS ,  PRICING Today, many real estate conversations center around housing prices and where they may be headed. Some believe rapidly rising prices have created a new ‘housing bubble’. Others believe that the sudden rise in interest rates will impact purchasing power to such a degree that it will force prices downward. There is no lack of opinions and there is absolutely no consensus. That is why we like the  Home Price Expectation Survey . Every quarter, Pulsenomics  surveys a nationwide panel of over one hundred economist s , real estate experts and investment & market strategists about where prices are headed over the next five years. They   then  average the projections  of all 100+ experts into a single number. The results of their latest survey The latest survey was

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Rob Rosa, Berkshire Hathaway NE Prop.
My focus is helping people increase their lifestyle. I love my huge family and work tiredlessly to help them and my clients everyday. I have ben working in real estate since 2000. I have been awarded numerous Top Agent awards and am currently ranked in the Top 2% of the Berkshire Hathaway global network, over 52,000 agents. I am also the Founder and Instructor of Rubicon Crossings School of Real Estate: offering state of CT approved pre-licensing class, get info at http://ctrealestateschool.info. My extensive experience is: top producing sales and marketing executive focused on quality service and relationship building. Have over 30 year’s experience helping people in busines, including with two Fortune 100 companies; UPS, UHG and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices: project management, mortgage lending, residential, commercial and franchise sales, property management and real estate education leader. I live in East Hartford, my office address is 1160 Silas Deane Hwy, Wethersfield, CT 06109 and I have been involved in many events in Rocky Hill and Glastonbury. I look forward to helping you every way I can.

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