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    • Buyer’s Remorse

      Buyer’s remorse, or even the seller’s remorse for that matter, are both real events in the course of a transaction.  These deep, seated emotional reactions to large financial transactions are…

      Written by Matt Sleadd
    • Who Pays the Commission

      There is often much confusion over who pays the commission in any given real estate transaction.  To help address this confusion, I thought we would take this weeks topic and…

      Written by Matt Sleadd
    • Contract Contingencies

      A contingency is a term of the contract that must occur for the deal to go through. If the item listed in the contingency does not happen, then the Buyer…

      Written by Matt Sleadd
    • What is a fisheye view

      Often when viewing homes, you will encounter different types of professional and at times, very amateur photography.  While amateur photography is a problem in that it poorly represents the home…

      Written by Matt Sleadd
    • Your Lender’s Role

      “My role as a lender is to use the information you provide me to use the information you provide me regarding income, assets, and debt to find the best loan…

      Written by Matt Sleadd
    • The Dangers of iBuyers

      How often have you been driving to the local grocery store and see a sign, either in your neighborhood or at the parking lot to the store itself, advertising a…

      Written by Matt Sleadd