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  • Alan Bermudez
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    Improving your credit score is almost like losing weight: it takes small, consistent steps… and patience! Stick with the right actions (and avoid the wrong actions) and you WILL improve. The best way to fix your credit is to manage it sensibly over time with solutions you implement today! (Yes… TODAY!) The first step in

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    So you’re ready to take the leap from renter to homeowner — but where exactly do you start? Many first-time homebuyers across the country are facing brutally competitive markets that favor sellers. That means buyers need to bring their A game to snag a pad of their own. Especially if you’re a newbie. Check your

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    Question: My wife and I are house hunting. A friend told us that the market is hot, and there are very few house available for a large number of potential buyers. We were advised to consider including an escalator clause in any contract we present to a seller. And if there is an escalation clause,

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    Ah, the things people do for their kids. One of the biggies? Buying a megamansion with a massive backyard perched in a stellar school district so they can give their offspring the best life possible—even if they’re mortgaged to the hilt. And yet, making real estate decisions solely for the sake of your kids can be a recipe for

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    Renting vs. buying in a hot housing market (video) D. Patrick Lewis of the Arizona REALTORS® says buying now can “freeze time” and lock in your rates, even if home values rise. Kim Tobin: When the housing market crash happened, (Phoenix) was one of the hardest hit areas here in Arizona. 2017 (is) expected to

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    For millennials in the market for houses, Arizona ranks in the middle of the pack in a Bankrate lineup of the easiest and hardest states to become a first-time home owner. Arizona came in at No. 24 out of 50, scoring well in credit availability, but not much else. More millennials are looking to become

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