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4 Essential Tips to Reduce Your Property Taxes

Tweet Thankfully, one can always find ways to sort things out even if it seems to be a Herculean task. Many property owners believe that spending big bucks on property

Career Planning Retirement

Where do You go Wrong in Retirement Planning?

Tweet Inflation is not the only culprit You were told to start saving early in your life for retirement, and you did. But now in your mid-thirties, you feel you

Property Taxes

Trends in Property Tax Funding

Tweet Tax lien transfers have landed themselves in a bad place these days. The reason is that many people have either never heard of them, or if they have, they’ve

Property Taxes

Pros & Cons of Property Tax Appeals

Due to plummeting home prices, many people are paying more property taxes than they should. Your local assessor’s office is happy to keep collecting taxes based on the prior assessed value of your home.

Property Taxes

How to Challenge Your Property Taxes

Tweet You can fight city hall and win. One problem with higher tax bills has everything to do with assessments. Your tax assessor may only review rates every few years

Home Buying

Time Running Out On Home Buyer’s Tax Credit

Tweet April 30, 2010 is a date circled in red on the calendars of some home shoppers. That is the last day when prospective home buyers can enter into an

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Surging Property Taxes Contribute To Timeshare Foreclosures

Tweet Owning a timeshare can offer some important benefits including allowing you to return to a favored vacation spot on a regular basis without worrying about hotel accommodations, unfamiliar surroundings,

Property Taxes

The Upside of Falling Home Prices

Tweet A general survey of the national housing market shows that foreclosures are up, home values are way down and sellers are taking a beating as listing prices plunge. We

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Property Values Plunge Yet Property Taxes Are Increasing

Tweet 2008 will go down as a year of contrasts. By late Spring gas prices began to surge eventually topping $4 per gallon by summer. Later in the fall, gas

Home Buying

Exercise Due Diligence When Buying A Home At Auction

Tweet Earlier this month SayEducate explored the growing trend where buyers are choosing foreclosed homes as one way to enter the housing market or to get a second home for

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The 4 Elements Of Your Mortgage Loan

Tweet Your home loan consists of four elements, two that you are probably aware of, and those are the principal and interest. Two additional elements, taxes and insurance, must also

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High Property Taxes Are A R/E Nightmare

Tweet Forget for just a moment the current problem impacting the real estate market — sub-prime lending. Sure, lending to people who are a higher financial risk has led to