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There are always bumps in the road during the closing process when buying a home, but most can be avoided. If any of the following actions occur it may seriously impact your ability to close on your new home. If any of these occur, call your Real Estate Professional promptly! 1)  Making Large Purchases     major purchase such as a car, furniture, appliances, or anything that requires a withdrawal from your verified funds or affects your credit in any way can result in you not qualifying for your loan. Your lender may check your credit or re-verify the funds at the last minute, so avoid purchases that could impact your loan approval. 2)  Changing Jobs A job change could result in your loan being denied, especially if you are taking a…
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Play up the fall feel of your home starting with the outside of your home. Make sure all leaves are raked and flower beds cleaned up. Let beautiful fall colors be shown by the trees around your home, not by the dead ones laying on the lawn.

Since we are talking about the outside your home, make sure the back yard is picked up and summer free. So put away all pool toys, tiki torches and beach balls. Have fun taking out warm colored cushions for your patio furniture and a fire pit to sit around.

Finally place pumpkins by the front door and a beautiful fall wreath. But do not carve your pumpkins it will cause them to rot faster.

Move inside

Start with fresh fall florals. There are so many options but a few are; marigolds, Mexican sunflowers, and

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If you’re getting ready to sell your home, you want to get the most money for your investment, right? One of the key factors that will sell your home is price, and having a sound pricing strategy is a must if you want to find the right buyer.

Here are six common pricing mistakes all sellers should avoid.

1. Overpricing from the start – You might think your home is the best on the block and should command a price relative to the value you see. Wrong. You have to appeal to the value homebuyers see. Overpricing your home at the onset could leave out strong potential buyers, especially if recent sales and other factors in your neighborhood don’t justify your listing price. You also run the risk of needing multiple price reductions, which keep your home

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No matter what triggers your decision to sell, a crucial next step for every homeowner is selecting the Rancho Cucamonga listing agent who will bring in the best results. If you don't already have a bead on a leading Rancho Cucamonga star producer, there are any number of factors that can help guide your listing agent choice. Some will be narrowly applicable to your home's special characteristics, and some will be more universal.

The first consideration should be deciding whether you will be best served by tapping a specialist. Perhaps your property cleanly falls into the luxury category; perhaps it could best be offered as a supremely rentable vacation property. If it belongs in a specialized real estate niche, your first move may be to seek an agent

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