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Every year more and more people become victims of identity theft without realizing it. This crime is becoming more profitable for gangs who obtain a person’s information either by stealing wallets, breaking into homes, or businesses. Furthermore, identity thieves can obtain personal information such as home address and birthday from social media websites or by … Read more

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New proposed federal rules will require consumers with high-risk mortgage loans and people whose interest rates are above the average prime offer interest rates, to obtain property appraisals. Since the current Average Primer Offer Rate (APOR) is around 3.64 percent only, consumers with a typical mortgage of 5.14 percent or higher would have to get … Read more

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Tips for Selling Your Home

Posted on August 28, 2012 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

With the Florida real estate market improving, many sellers are looking for ways to improve the marketability of their homes.  One way homes are made more attractive to potential buyers is through professional photography.  Good pictures can be the difference between receiving multiple offers and contracting to sell your home within two weeks at your … Read more

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Options to Avoid Foreclosure

Posted on August 23, 2012 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

Defaulting on a mortgage payment does not necessarily mean that your property will be foreclosed. These days, more and more lenders are providing consumers with options to refinance and repay their debts. There are also programs provided by the government that will assist you in preventing foreclosure no matter how far advanced the process is … Read more

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      This information was obtained from: http://realtormag.realtor.org/law-and-ethics/feature/article/2012/02/23-federal-laws-apply-real-estate-sales

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The most recent unemployment rate nationwide figures obtained from the Labor Department  between July, 2011 and July, 2012 suggest that Florida has probably a better chance to overcome its unemployment problem compared to states like California and Nevada. According to the Wall Street Journal, not only Florida’s unemployment rate of 9.2% is lower, but its … Read more

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