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Want to Invest in Real Estate?

How to Hire a Realtor

Whats the Key to Locking in a Mortgage?

How to Improve Your Credit

Watch out for Mortgage Fraud

Need a Buyer-Broker?

Learn How to Best Insure Your Home and Save Money

Avoid Trouble on Your Kids Mortgage

Downward Direction for Down Payments

How to Hire a Contractor

Save Money by Cancelling Your Private Mortgage Insurance ("PMI")

Crunch the Numbers and Drop Your Private Mortgage Insurance ("PMI") Payments

Whos Watching your Deposit Money?

Remodeling Value: Your Best Investments

More Than One Way to Pay for Remodeling

File Your Income Tax Returns Early and Save Money

Types of Loans Available for the Self-Employed

Top Five Homeowner Tax Saving Ideas


Pop Quiz

True or False:

1. It's okay for a homebuyer to accept a home sale contact without a home inspection contingency.
True False

2. All home inspectors are required to be licensed.
True False

3. Hire your own inspector instead of letting a real estate agent choose one for you.
True False

4. It's up to the consumer to screen individuals or home inspection companies.
True False

5. A clean record with the local Better Business Bureau, and several years of experience are major points in an inspector's favor.
True False

6. It's not necessary to call customer references, just check the phone book to make sure it's a real person.
True False

7. A box checked off with good, fair or poor tells you enough about the condition of a particular item on the home inspection report.
True False

8. Attending the home inspection and asking questions lets you see and hear about the condition of the home firsthand.
True False

9. It's NOT okay to use a home inspection company that also does construction and repair work.
True False

10. Carefully read the final home inspection report and ask questions of your home inspector to make sure you understand it.
True False

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