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2009 

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In many regions throughout the country, real estate law states that a licensed agent may represent either party in any transaction, and in some cases both parties or neither party. In addition, full disclosure of dual agency qualifies the agent for compensation on either side of the transaction....
10/31/2009
You've searched through listing after listing. You've gone to more open houses than you can count. You've asked so many questions you can't remember the answers. And then, after weeks, months, sometimes years of searching, you find your dream home. Now what?Many of my buyers are overwhelmed by t...
10/30/2009
Just like the snowflakes of winter, no two houses are exactly alike. Many of my clients are interested in all types of property, from single- and multi-family residences to manufactured and builder homes. The only real constant between them is their desire to have someplace to call their own.Tha...
10/28/2009
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Because of the ever-changing nature of the real estate market, it's imperative that our clients have the most up-to-date information available. Far too often buyers miss out on their dream home because the property was listed and then sold before they even had a chance to see it.As your real est...
10/27/2009
One of the biggest misconceptions my clients have about homeownership is that the financial burden of a mortgage will be too much to continue the lifestyle to which they've become accustomed. Why, they ask, should I bother with such an enormous sacrifice?The answer is that the relatively low int...
10/26/2009
Considered by many to be the embodiment of the American Dream, buying one's first home is an exciting but stressful experience. From choosing the right property to financing under the best possible terms, homeownership can be downright intimidating.Why go it alone? As your personal real estate e...
10/25/2009
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They don't call these years "golden" for nothing. Take advantage of your newfound free time by enjoying your home! As your real estate professional, I'd welcome the opportunity to help you find ways to enhance your current home or even find a new property in which to spend your empty-nest years!C...
10/23/2009
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If you've caught yourself making such comments as "I thought we got rid of that stuff years ago..." and "Where are we going to put all this?", you've likely found yourself in the same predicament as most homeowners during their move to a new home. One way to expedite the moving process is by main...
10/22/2009
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While moving is never easy, you'd be surprised at how much more complicated the process has become: disclaimers, insurance, a form for every contingency. That's why when you're ready to move, call or email me. From mortgage to escrow, I can help you down the path to homeownership! Dallas Chambers...
10/20/2009
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With all the time you've spent in your home, it's likely become more than just a monthly payment. Your home is where memories are made, where you may have even watched your children grow up and move into homes of their own. Leaving these memories behind is often a difficult process for many of my...
10/19/2009
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