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Monthly Archives: December 2022

    5 Most Common Questions About Closing

    By Pualani Zuniga | December 30, 2022

    The process of buying a home can be overwhelming! Understanding all the real estate jargon and all the parts of the month-long process are incredibly challenging. While closing on your home is the end of the process there are items you need to be aware of prior to that important date. Here’s the most common... Read More

    Why should you care about the difference between being a Customer or a Client?

    By Pualani Zuniga | December 23, 2022

    If you want a higher level of service from your agent in a real estate transaction, you need to know the difference. Buying a home is one of the largest purchases you’ll make and knowing the agent is in your corner can bring much needed peace of mind during a stress-filled process. The chart below... Read More

    3 Important Differences Between Real Estate Agents

    By Pualani Zuniga | December 16, 2022

    The process of buying a home can be overwhelming! Understanding all the real estate jargon is one of the hardest as it is like learning a foreign language. It’s not just a matter of learning new words. You may also need to unlearn a few things you thought you knew. Read More

    The Majority of Americans Still View Homeownership as the American Dream

    By Pualani Zuniga | December 9, 2022

    Buying a home is a powerful decision, and it remains a key part of the American Dream. In fact, the 2022 Consumer Insights Report from Mynd found the majority of people polled still view homeownership as a key life achievement. Why do Americans continue to value homeownership? Let’s explore just a few of the reasons. The Financial Benefits of... Read More

    4 Graphs Help to Show Why Today’s Housing Market Isn’t Like 2008

    By Pualani Zuniga | December 2, 2022

    With all the headlines and talk in the media about the housing market shifting, you might be wondering if this is a housing bubble. It’s only natural for those thoughts to creep in that make you think it could be a repeat of what took place in 2008. But here’s the good news for you,... Read More