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Haysha Deitsch on Property Tax in the United States

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 Brent Carrier (June 23, 2017)  Taxes are imposed in the United States at federal, state, and local level. Governing authorities collect different taxes as a principal source of revenue. In addition to raising revenue for government expenditures, taxation serves other purposes as well. The government uses taxation to influence behavior, to help stabilize the business cycle, to redistribute income taxes. Tax may be .. (Real Estate Legal)

Showing Your House to Home Buyers

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 Bruce Markey (October 08, 2015)  This is it. The icing to your cake. The moment you’ve been waiting for ever since you decide to sell your home. The price is right, the marketing is going well, and you watch with enthusiasm as the response started coming: the home buyers are coming! It’s now time to take your marketing to the next level: house showings. How are you preparing for it? You’ve inspected, .. (Real Estate Legal)

What is a Quit Claim Deed And What You Should Know

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 Frank Rodriguez (August 23, 2011)  When it comes to transferring a property, one of the documents that would enable someone to do this is the Quit claim deed. Many people would prefer this because this is one of the most hassle free method that one can use during this kind of situation. People who are known to use this are family members and relatives that would like a speedy transfer to happen. It is sometimes used by .. (Real Estate Legal)

Mortgage Foreclosure: Signs Look Bleak For 2011, Reports Brookstone Law

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 Melanie Aaron (December 29, 2010)  The signs are there for 2011 and for homeowners facing foreclosure, they don’t look good. Despite the recent news that the reduction in the number of foreclosures in November that was the biggest decline ever recorded, there is no question homeowners will be subjected a new wave of foreclosures in 2011. We would prefer that the November decline was good news but it's not. .. (Real Estate Legal)

Apple iPad Accessories

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 Renyong Lorry (November 02, 2010)  Apple iPad accessories are fascinating as the Apple iPad. The Apple Company has launched a new iPad. This has some very new and promising features endorsed in it. Below given as some of the accessories that can be used with the new Apple iPad: iPad Keyboard The iPad keyboard also commonly known as Keyboard Dock combines that charges your iPad and a full-size keyboard, which includes .. (Real Estate Legal)

Get your CA Real Estate License with “Guaranteed to Pass” package

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 Barry Torres (September 13, 2010)  One of the oldest and well known Real Estate Schools from the entire state is California School of Real Estate. Like the most of the schools California School of Real Estate propose the students different courses that cover a large variety of fields of a great interest. Students that want to specialize to get their California Real Estate License can find a lot of helpful programs in our . (Real Estate Legal)

Advantages Of Climate Controlled Self Storage Facilities

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 Eden Clarke (January 21, 2010)  The services being offered by self storing facilities are increasingly in demand with people in the United States and Canada. With families expanding there is always a space crunch to store valuable possessions. They need more space than can be offered by their garages and attics. They look toward storing facilities to provide them with storing alternatives. Many facilities offer .. (Real Estate Legal)

Capital Gains on Homes: A Guide for Those who are not MPs

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 Adam R. Singleton (June 17, 2009)  As part of the ‘expenses scandal’, it has come to light that some MPs have been deciding which of their homes is treated as their principal residence, in order to save capital gains tax (CGT). The rules on gains made on property are fairly clear. As far as your main home is concerned, there is no CGT to pay, provided: it was primarily for use as your home rather than with a . (Real Estate Legal)




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