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Homebuying FAQs: What are Concessions? by Jennifer Prestwich REALTOR®

May 31, 2012

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Home Buying FAQs: What are Concessions? When a Home Buyer has decided on a home, there are many questions that arise.  One of the most common questions that pops up is about “Concessions”.   What are Concessions?  Basically, this is a dollar amount that the seller agrees to pay out of the sales price to […]

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Homebuying FAQs: What are Contingencies? by Jennifer Prestwich REALTOR®

May 29, 2012

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When I am working with home buyers, there are questions that seem to come up fairly regularly.  That is why I have chosen to write this series of FAQ posts – to help you wade through some of these questions to become a more informed home buyer. What are “Contingencies”?   When a home buyer […]

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Homebuying FAQs: Why Do I Need an Inspection? by Jennifer Prestwich – REALTOR®

May 28, 2012

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By now, you have found the home you wish to buy, and it is under contract.  Congratulations!  You are on your way to owning that great home, after some due diligence…. One of the first steps to take – after calling your lender and making sure loan process is under way – is to hire […]

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Home Buying FAQs: What Are Closing Date and Possession Date? by Jennifer Prestwich – REALTOR®

May 26, 2012

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The Final Steps in buying a home are called the Closing Date and Possession Date. One of the most common questions that home buyers have is the question of when the property actually becomes theirs.  In the state of Colorado, transfer of deed happens at the Closing.  What that means is that when the home […]

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Home Buying FAQs: What Does “Under Contract” Mean? by Jennifer Prestwich – REALTOR®

May 24, 2012

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Recently, it has come to my attention that, as a REALTOR, there are questions that keep coming up.  As a Real Estate Professional, there are some things that seem obvious because I see them over and over again. They aren’t always that obvious to the average home buyer or seller.  Inspired by my dear REALTOR […]

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