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Promoting Your Open House

To have a successful open house, you need a good promotional effort. Potential buyers need to know you are holding an open house, when and how to get there....(more)

Understanding PMI

Many a homebuyer has grumbled about paying private mortgage insurance. This article discusses the particulars of private mortgage insurance...(more)

Terms to Know When Buying

The real estate market is a difficult one, and should not be entered casually. There are so many legal/real estate terms, contracts, listing agreements etc....(more)

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Regarding personal and real property, which of the following is correct?

personal property can not become real property.
real property can not become personal property.
both A & B are TRUE.
both personal and real property can be reverted into the other.
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