Due to the rise in natural disasters, California legislation has passed Prop 19 to help a variety of homeowner be able to sell, purchase and move homes without the taxes and liability that normally occur.
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Ilan Freeman is the marketing manager and Everhome with knowledge is copy writing, digital marketing, and project management.
When you put your home on the market, the one aspect that usually comes to mind is profit. Without a doubt, every seller's main goal is to sell their home for the best possible price. However, in an effort to get the best deal possible, many sellers fall prey to myths about home pricing that don’t reflect the current real estate market.
Selling a home is no different from buying your first. It can be complicated, time-consuming, and emotionally challenging. There’s no way you can just let go of your precious abode and easily trade your house keys for a sweet pile of money.
Would you mind buying a home near a cemetery? Or do you think it could be a “grave” mistake, especially if you’re on the hunt for your first home? With roughly over 144,000 cemeteries and graveyards located in the U.S., it isn’t surprising that many of them are located close to residential neighborhoods.