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Equity

Equity is the difference between what you owe on the home and its market value based on factors like price appreciation. The best thing about equity is that it often grows without you even realizing it, especially in a sellers’ market like we’re in now. In today’s real estate market, the combination of low housing supply and high buyer demand is driving home values up. This is giving homeowners a significant equity boost. According to the latest data from CoreLogic, the amount of equity homeowners have has continued to grow as home values appreciate. Here are some key takeaways from the Homeowner Equity Insights Report: >>The average homeowner gained $51,500 in equity over the past year >>There was a 29.3% increase in national homeowner equity year over year If you’re already a homeowner, you likely have more equity in your house than you realize. The numbers in the map above reflect year-over-year growth. If you’ve been in your home for longer than a year, you’ll likely ha

Get Info Now on the Eight Worst Mistakes Buyers Make

Sharing a useful email series on the “8 Worst Mistakes Buyers Make” when they start the process of looking for their next home. The next time you’re in a conversation with a friend who is beginning the process of buying a home, share this post with them. 👇 https://robertrosa.bhhsneproperties.com/eight-worst-mistakes-buyers-make #buyingahome #realestategoals #realestate #caringagent #robrosa #goodtoask

PicoCurie?

  What is radon and why is it dangerous?  Ways Radon Can Enter the Home. The image shows the inside of a home — bathroom, living room, kitchen, and basement. Red arrows show radon entry pathways. Radon sources include radon gas from soil and radon in well water. Radon can enter a home through a sump pump pit, floor-wall joints, floor cracks, and exposed soil in a crawlspace. Radon gas entering at the lowest level of the home can move to other areas. Radon from well water can enter a home through water taps, showers, dishwashers, and washers.  Reducing the Risk from Radon   Radon is a radioactive gas that comes naturally from soil and rocks. Radon can move from the ground into your home through cracks and holes in the foundation. It can also enter a home through private well water. Radon can build up inside your house and cause lung cancer if you breathe it in over many years. Radon is the #1 cause of lung cancer among people who don’t smoke. Lung cancer risk is much higher for peop

Don't Quit On Your Dreams

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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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