Learn from others’ homebuying and selling mistakes

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07/22/2016 | Author: Marty Kramer

Sometimes it's better to learn from other people's experiences than your own ... especially when it comes to mistakes. You get the benefits of wisdom without paying the price of failure.

Texas REALTORS® are offering that type of opportunity with a free 14-page download filled with valuable tips for homebuyers and sellers. This guide includes advice from REALTORS® and lists dozens of expensive mistakes they've seen people make. You can learn which remodeling projects have the highest return on investment, what the most important activities are before putting your home on the market, a list of common steps in purchasing a home, and more.

Of course, working in person with a Texas REALTOR® is the best way to proceed with any real estate transaction. In the meantime, check out this free guide titled Now that's a smart move

Categories: Buyers, Sellers
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