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Author: VR SAM™ Military Real Estate Experts | Resources Created: 3/6/2014
Joe and Deb Gladden Veteran Realty Serving America's Military, Inc. Certified Military Relocation Professional

SHOULD MILITARY FAMILIES BUY…OR RENT???

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

SHOULD MILITARY FAMILIES BUY…OR RENT???

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Comparison
RENT

President Signs the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 Into Law

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

President Signs the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 Into Law

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Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008

Home Inspections for Prospective Buyers

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

Home Inspections for Prospective Buyers

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Home Inspection

On choosing your lender

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

On choosing your lender

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Loan

IS AN “INTEREST ONLY” HOME LOAN A GOOD CHOICE FOR THE MILITARY FAMILY?

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

IS AN “INTEREST ONLY” HOME LOAN A GOOD CHOICE FOR THE MILITARY FAMILY?

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Interest Only
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HOW MILITARY FAMILIES CAN OPTIMIZE THE HOUSE HUNTING TRIP

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

HOW MILITARY FAMILIES CAN OPTIMIZE THE HOUSE HUNTING TRIP

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A “SAFETY NET” FOR MILITARY HOME OWNERS

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

VR SAM® PROPOSES

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SETTLEMENT PITFALLS PART II THE “HUD 1” SETTLEMENT DOCUMENT

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014
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Avoiding Settlement Pitfalls

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/10/2014

We want to sincerely thank Laura Smith, our VR SAM®  president / partner, for this very informative and timely article on Settlements!  Laura’s “stitch in time” advice can certainly help prevent settlement disasters and enable everyone to celebrate a successful settlement!  Thanks, Laura.

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Pitfalls
Settlement

YOUR HOME’S ASSESSMENT, APPRAISAL, AND MARKET VALUE

By Joe and Deb - VR SAM on 3/6/2014

Frequently, sellers and buyers, and even their Realtors, confuse the terms “Assessment,” “Appraisal,” and the actual “Market Value” of a home. For instance, a buyer considering a home that is listed for $300,000 will research the public tax records and note that the “tax assessment” is only $250,000 and concludes that this must be the “market value” of the home. The buyer then constructs his / her offer accordingly only to be disappointed when the offer is rejected.

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