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BANK-OWNED (c) 2014 by Wayne D. Lewis, Sr., Realtor

 Considering a Bank-Owned Property?

Have you been considering purchasing a Bank-owned property but wasn’t sure what you were getting? It is understood if you had reservations about a property that had been previously been foreclosed, because you can’t be absolutely sure about what you are getting. 2,416 more words

Real Estate Residential And Investments

ESTIMATE OF SELLER PROCEEDS IN HOME BUYING (C) 2014 Wayne D. Lewis, Sr., Realtor

Preventing Fuzzy Math at Closing-As most owners who are trying to sell their home will admit, the intent is to see where the first set of dollars can be cut in order to increase their proceeds whether receiving a Seller Estimate of Proceeds or a HUD Settlement Statement.  1,543 more words

Real Estate Residential And Investments

STAGING YOUR HOME WITH NEW ORLEANS-STYLED MUSIC (C) 2014 Wayne D. Lewis, Sr.

Guide to Preparing Your New Orleans-Styled

Home for an Open House

If your home is on the market in New Orleans, one of the essential components to selling your home may not lie in whether the furniture is properly staged, but what is playing on the radio, stereo, or component set. 1,034 more words

Real Estate Residential And Investments

NO REPAIRS WILL BE MADE… MAYBE.. DEPENDS © 2013 by Wayne D. Lewis, Sr.

The challenge of putting your home on the market is nothing short of a stressful situation for today’s Homeowner(s). A checklist of what is supposed to be done, or not done, will put just about anyone on pins and needles. 1,281 more words

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