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Can You Beat the (Vehicle) Dealer? Feeling Lucky?

If you are feeling lucky, take a real gamble and buy a vehicle “as is.”  I continue to receive calls and emails from consumers who purchase vehicles with no warranty and soon thereafter learn the dealer won. 107 more words

Car Law/Vehicle Law/Lemon Law

Leased Solar Panels And Selling Your Home

Can going green by leasing solar panels for your roof cost you money — or give you headaches — when you go to sell the house? 700 more words

San Diego

Still Sitting On The Fence?

Many home buyers in the Salt Lake Valley and all across the United States are finding a shortage in “good” listings.  Many homes on the market are “stale” which means they have been on the market more than 3-4 months (oftentimes longer) and show several price reductions.   152 more words


Residential Inspections : Bahamas : Concierge Service : Buyer

Residential Inspections in the Bahamas – Buyer Savings

If you are considering buying a new or used home in the Bahamas you really need to have a residential inspection performed by… 265 more words


Why ESRB ratings are ignored

Almost every electronic game we play contains an ESRB rating for it. Theoretically, parents use this guide to determine whether the game is suitable for kids or not. 134 more words


3 Ways Neighborhood Affects Your Home Search

One of the most important aspects of purchasing a home is the neighborhood. After all, you’re not just selecting a new home, you’re deciding on the community where you will build a life! 193 more words

Lorain County Real Estate

Open or Exclusive Listing: Is More Actually Less?

When you decide to sell a property, there’s a few different ways one can go about the process. For residential property, the two most popular methods of selling are Auction and Private Treaty, with the second option being the more common of the two in Queensland. 778 more words

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