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Even if you are working with a realtor - and the ones we work with are all highly competent and very good at their jobs - looking at a property through the well-trained eyes of an unbiased third party (whose payment is not contingent on the outcome) can be the difference between investment success and financial failure.
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|2/23/2018 9:36 AM|
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|2/23/2018 8:15 AM|
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|MBS Day Ahead: Is Europe Back On US Bond Market Radar?|
|2/23/2018 7:53 AM|
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|2/22/2018 4:25 PM|
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|Mortgage Rates Just Slightly Lower|
|2/22/2018 3:48 PM|
|Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates fell modestly today as underlying bond markets experienced a rare absence of volatility. Rather than view this as some sort of turning point for what has been a fairly relentless march to higher ground, these days are best seen as periodic corrections/consolidations ...Read More|
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|2/22/2018 8:47 AM|
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