5 Things You Should Do Before Selling Your Home

By Susan Rupert | September 2, 2012

5 Things You Should Do Before Selling Your Home 1.Have a home inspection. Arrange for a home inspection prior to putting up your home for sale. A home inspector can give you a rundown on trouble spots in your home that might turn off potential buyers. This will allow you ample time to make repairs before the selling […]

10 Questions You Should Ask Your Home Inspector

By Susan Rupert | September 2, 2012

10 Questions You Should Ask Your Home Inspector Before buying or selling your home, you should have your home inspected. A home inspector can warn you of trouble areas in your property if you are a homeowner; or help you make an informed decision if you are a buyer. Here are some basic questions you should […]

6 Things You Should Look for In a Neighborhood

By Susan Rupert | September 2, 2012

6 Things You Should Look for In a Neighborhood A neighborhood can have a big effect on your way of life. If you are looking for a new home or moving into a new neighborhood, make sure you follow these guidelines in selecting a neighborhood. 1. Proximity to your favorite places and activities Write down […]

5 Reasons Why Real Estate Deals Fall Apart

By Susan Rupert | September 2, 2012

5 Reasons Why Deals Fall Apart It’s now a common fact that 29% of all signed contracts do not ever reach the closing table.  Almost 3 out of 10 deals wherein an agreement has already been reached by the buyer and seller fall apart. In a typical market place, the normal closing rate should be […]

On Veterans and Home Loans

By Susan Rupert | September 2, 2012

On Veterans and Home Loans One thing that sets Americans apart is our gratitude and concern for our veterans who have risked their lives to protect our freedom. When it comes to home financing, we can do wonderful things for them. We should be aware that the Veterans’ Administration (VA) is to the mortgage sector, just […]

Are You Ready To Move Up?

By Susan Rupert | September 2, 2012

 The following questions will serve as a guideline to help you determine if you are ready to move to a bigger house or a different location. Answering yes to most of these questions will mean that you are most likely ready for that big move. Have you established significant equity in your present home? Review your yearly […]

7 Points of Pride for Penn State Academically

By Susan Rupert | August 8, 2012

Re-posted from Alumni Insider, a Penn State Alumni Association Publication Original Article 7 Academic Points of Pride for Penn State Many alumni have been asking for reference points about Penn State’s academic quality. Across the University, there are numerous examples of top-ranked programs, individual professors cited as the best in their field and examples where […]

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