Monthly Archives: April 2016

Dual Agency Can Be A Good Thing

DUAL AGENCY CAN BE A GOOD THING By Bob Hunt Monday, 18 April 2016 A man can’t serve two masters, the Good Book says; but neither the law nor common practice precludes the possibility of both buyer and seller being … Continue reading

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Your FICO score may help for low-down-payment loan

Looking for a low-down-payment loan? If your FICO score is good, you’re in luck. By Kenneth R. Harney April 20, 2016 If you’re planning to buy a home with a low down payment, you need to be aware of some … Continue reading

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Selling your house – tax break after 2 years

Selling your house? Two is the magic number for a big tax break. By Sandy Gadow April 8, 2016 Are you a homeowner who wants to tap into the spring house buying season? Or perhaps you were a seller who … Continue reading

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Mold Causes Buildings to be SubStandard

MOLD OFFICIALLY A BAD THING By Bob Hunt Monday, 28 March 2016 Effective January 1 of this year, the presence of mold in a California building containing dwelling units is a condition sufficient to declare the building to be substandard. … Continue reading

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