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Demystifying real estate terminology for homebuyers

First time home buyers can have a tough time sorting through real estate lingo spewed by real estate agents, lenders, real estate attorneys and other real estate professionals.

Here’s a brief alphabetical glossary of some basic real estate terms you’ll need to know:

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What to expect from your real estate attorney

Buying or selling a home is a complicated process loaded with mountains of paperwork and esoteric legalese. Navigating the ins and outs of the closing process can be particularly


Real estate transactions go green

KIM CLARK - It's easier than ever to put a green spin on housing, but not always quite how you may think. "Green" real estate often refers to planet-friendly


Basement deserves special inspection scrutiny

HANS BRINGS - Basements aren't considered as glamorous as a hi-tech gourmet kitchen, gleaming custom bathrooms or well-manicured landscaping. But that lower level can be equally important to many

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Home improvements that improve your bottom line

KRISTIN BROWN - Whether or not you have plans to move to a new home in the future, it’s always wise to think about the home improvements that


Contingencies for real estate contracts

LILLIAN MONTALTO - Anticipate potential problems, include these contingencies in your offer and, whether you're a first-timer or a seasoned homebuyer, you'll save yourself some headaches. A contingency is


The inside scoop on outdoor kitchens

KIM CLARK - Outdoor kitchens make dining al fresco at home more appealing than ever. A rebounding trend in outdoor living reveals more and more properties feature outdoor kitchens


Home much home can you afford? Redux

CHIP POLI – As long as Americans have had enjoyed the opportunity for homeownership, they've had to consider how much they can afford to spend on what's likely


How to house hunt with kids in tow

HANS BRINGS - Buying a house is equally exhilarating and nerve wracking. Unless you have that perfect house just waiting for you, financing ready to go, and no competing


Need a school to go with that new home? Do your homework

KRISTIN BROWN - If you're planning to move and you have children, you certainly want to learn all you can about the school districts in your desired home


How much home can you afford?

CHIP POLI – The last decade of housing market uncertainty has left many prospective home buyers wary and confused about how much home they can afford. Many home buyers


An open house can close the deal

KIM CLARK – Spring is in the air and right now, many homeowners begin to consider putting their homes up for sale. If you are one of those homeowners,


The low-down on big down payments

SUSIE SHORTSLEEVE - You can buy a home with as little as 3 percent down, thanks to federal government loans and others with eased restrictions. Low-down payment mortgages are


A good real estate agent speaks your language

LILLIAN MONTALTO - When you're buying a new home, you can't afford to have your needs lost in translation. However, it can be difficult to put into words exactly


Infographic: Superior staging secrets that sell your home in a flash, help you prepare for easy move to next home

LILLIAN MONTALTO - Selling your home can be daunting. Once you decide to sell, you must be as prepared as possible for the moment your home hits the market. Just

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