5 Options with Inherited Property

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 31, 2017

Inherited Property

Losing a loved one is a difficult. There are many decisions that need to be made during the process, which is not easy when dealing with grief. For many, the process of losing a parent or family member involves inherited property. While your loved one most likely willed you their property to help provide for […]

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6 Curb Appeal Mistakes that Hurt Your Chance of a Sale

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 24, 2017

Curb Appeal

It’s true that the majority of home buyers are looking online before driving to a house. However, curb appeal is still king. Even if you have a beautiful house on the inside, buyers are attracted to houses with good curb appeal. It may be a seller’s market right now, but these six mistakes can leave […]

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We Want the Truth! (Ask These 5 Questions at Open Houses to Get it)

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 17, 2017

Open Houses

Open houses can be fun to attend. Many people like to stop in and look around even if they are not serious buyers. However, if you are a serious buyer looking to find your dream house, open houses should be more than just a fun experience. You should be digging for information to find out […]

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Steps for Selling Your House in a Seller’s Market

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 10, 2017

Seller’s Market

Real estate markets around the country are in a seller’s market. Houses are flying off the market as soon as they are listed. This can be a difficult situation for buyers to maneuver, but is easy for seller’s, right? Not necessarily. It can actually be a stressful time for sellers who are not prepared. Houses […]

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Why Housing Starts Matter to Homebuyers

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 3, 2017

Housing Starts

Housing starts are reported in the U.S. Census Bureau’s monthly report, New Residential Construction. They are an indication of how the economy is doing as a whole. However, the stats also apply to you as a home buyer. Here is what you need to know. What are Housing Starts? Housing starts are the number of […]

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4 Habits to Develop that Can Help You Sell Your House

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 26, 2017

Sell Your House

Studies have found that 40% of our activities each day are determined by habits. That means if you don’t have the right habits developed our days can be pretty tricky. The good news is, habits are something that can be changed, broken, or developed. If you are ready to sell your house in 2017 work […]

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3 Reasons to Buy a House in 2017

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 19, 2017

Buy a House

The real estate market can be hard to read and difficult to predict. You never know exactly when it could change and what could set it off. However, there are some signs that have been indicating that if you are thinking it is time to buy a house it would be in your benefit to […]

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The Home Seller’s Guide to the Home Inspection

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 12, 2017

Home Inspection

When you are selling your house the news that an offer has been made is music to your ears. However, accepted offers do not always translate to closed deals. The majority of offers made include contingencies, with one of the most common contingencies being a home inspection. Understanding the ins and outs of a home […]

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Consider THIS Before Refinancing Your House

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 5, 2017


Refinancing your mortgage can be a great way to save money. Over the past several years interest rates on mortgages hit all-time lows. However, rates have started to increase after the election and rumor has it that rates are going to be on the rise. If you didn’t take advantage of the previously low interest […]

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When You Should Buy a Fixer Upper

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 29, 2017

Fixer Upper

There is plenty of information out there about buying a fixer upper. Some buyers want to avoid them at all costs and others think that every house that is in disrepair is a good one to buy. So, who is right? The answer depends on the situation. There are three main times when it makes […]

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