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When Foreclosure Looms

Things are still on fire in our real estate market, with foreclosed homes here well below the national average. Even so, if foreclosure looms, it’s a frightening prospect. Job changes, divorces, retirement, and additional expenses are just a few life…

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Real Estate Financing That Makes Sense

Real estate financing that doesn’t involve a bank or a mortgage is out there, and we’re going to help you find it. Conventional mortgages involve credit scores and big down payments. Luckily, there are other options available if you know…

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Improve Your Credit Score Fast!

When you know how lenders use your credit score and report, it’s easy to improve your credit score! Although it won’t happen overnight, (you didn’t create it overnight, either!) you can make a major improvement in relatively little time when…

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Are You Behind On Your Mortgage?

Getting behind on your mortgage is terrifying. Regardless the reasons you’ve fallen behind, you should know that you have options to keep your home. In Oregon, the foreclosure process in usually nonjudicial, which means that the lender seeks to foreclose…

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Tax Benefits For Homeowners

Tax benefits still beckon for home ownership. If you’ve been on the fence about taking the plunge into buying a new home or upgrading, there’s no better time than now to jump in. Make 2020 your year for home ownership…

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You Need A Better Credit Score Now!

If you’re thinking about buying a home, a better credit score will help you before you apply for a home loan. Lenders will pull your financial history when evaluating your credit worthiness, so it’s smart to pull your own report…

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Hire A Realtor For Expert Advice!

Do yourself a favor and hire a realtor when you’re ready to sell your home! A real estate professional is just that: A Professional. Realtors are property experts. They guide you through the sale of your house, putting their education…

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Real Estate Financing Options

Real estate financing doesn’t always fit into a familiar box. Loan products from your local bank and government entities like FHA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac have long enjoyed popularity, but borrowers have other choices, too. Not every borrower fits into…

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