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What to do in a Soft Housing Market

By |2014-06-13T23:27:07+00:00June 13th, 2014|Blog, CT Houses, Uncategorized|

First of all, what is a soft market? A term commonly used by economists, a soft market is when there are more potential sellers than buyers in a certain industry. The phrase soft market can be applied to a specific commodity, like textiles or lumber, or to an industry as a whole, such as real

What Do You Do with the Mortgage after a Divorce?

By |2014-04-10T14:39:23+00:00April 10th, 2014|Blog, Divorce, Uncategorized|

Marriages sometimes come to an end as the love fades away. But, until you find a way to divorce it, the mortgage you agreed to pay together remains your responsibility. For couples who want to untie the knot these days, the tight lending requirements and slow housing market can represent major obstacles. Divorcing couples used

You Inherited a House. Now What?

By |2014-03-06T03:38:56+00:00March 6th, 2014|Blog, CT Houses, Relocation, Uncategorized|

You Inherited a House. Now What? At first, it may seem like an unqualified blessing to inherit a house, especially if it is one with which you associate many happy memories. Unfortunately, more often than not, strained familial relationships and unpleasant emotions get stirred up once you inherit the family home and try to figure

Relocating – 3 Ways To Profit From Your House

By |2014-03-03T15:32:50+00:00March 3rd, 2014|Blog, CT Houses, Relocation, Uncategorized|

Having to move to a new city for a new job can be one of the most exciting as well as stressful times in your life. If you are a homeowner the big question becomes, “What am I going to do with my old home? There are a few options you have available to you.

5 Reasons to Sell Your Rental Property Now

By |2014-03-02T23:31:40+00:00March 2nd, 2014|Bad Tenants, Blog, Uncategorized|

We all tend to wear rose-colored glasses as we initially get into buying property to rent out to tenants. The idea of having a steady stream of money coming in without having to do much work is quite appealing. Of course, eventually, you realize that it is not all that it is cracked up to