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How to Sell a House with Tax Liens?

Posted by Justin Tate // April 1, 2020

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Knowledge is power, especially when you are selling a house. The more you know about your options, the better you are equipped to arrange a sale of your home. At Heritage Home Solutions, we continue to offer a free consultation to our clients so that you can know about all your choices. You can make […]


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Tips for Finding Right Contractors for Your House

Posted by Justin Tate // March 25, 2020

Even with the right contractor, it can be challenging to renovate a house. However, top contractors do their due diligence and will inform you about the overall picture. An experienced contractor can guide you in the right direction. He can be your go-to consultant for complicated matters. Renovation projects are unpredictable, and you may be […]


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How to Get More from Selling Your New Mexico House?

Posted by Justin Tate // March 18, 2020

When it comes to selling a house, there are two ways to generate a profit. You can save on time, money, and mental resources by selling as-is. Alternatively, you can spend time and money and sell in the retail market. In either case, you’ll need to analyze the investment of time & money and then […]


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Should I Sell to a Home Investor?

Posted by Justin Tate // March 4, 2020

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When you drive around the neighborhood or when you open your mailbox—you must have seen a sign that says, “we buy houses.” Real estate development companies develop neighborhoods. One house at a time, they buy and renovate properties throughout different areas of the country. A real estate cash buyer can help you navigate through the […]


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How to Stop Property Tax Foreclosure?

Posted by Justin Tate // February 26, 2020

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Each year, the county collects local & state property taxes according to the assessed value of your home. They can initiate a foreclosure process if you have unpaid taxes for a specific period. In some areas, a tax foreclosure begins if you didn’t pay taxes in the last three years. You don’t have to miss […]


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Tips for Downsizing Your Home

Posted by Justin Tate // February 12, 2020

Downsizing is a critical step in life. If not more, the decision is equally important to the time you bought your first house. People downsize for various reasons. Adventurous souls like traveling, and they would like to have minimum responsibility. They don’t want a big house that blocks their freedom. After a specific time, individuals […]


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5 Hidden Benefits of Selling to a Local Homebuyer

Posted by Justin Tate // January 29, 2020

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At an hour of need, you can tap into the equity of your home. It works for retirees who have small retirement accounts, but double savings locked into their houses. It works for people who can better invest their funds somewhere else. Many of us have invested in the house. Since real estate tends to […]


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How to Sell a Fire-Damaged Property in New Mexico?

Posted by Justin Tate // January 22, 2020

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Fire can be destructive. We have seen the impact of the recent unfortunate fire accident in Australia. In the United States, the fire caused property damage worth $11.1 billion (2018). Each year, we report thousands of fire-damage incidents, and the statistics have remained unchanged for some years. Fire damage can be the result of an […]


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5 Signs You Should Not be a Landlord

Posted by Justin Tate // January 15, 2020

Being a landlord is not for everyone, even if the deal is profitable. Thousands have said real estate investing is a proven way to earn riches. You can get started with rental properties, and soon you’ll have a steady stream of passive income. The statement is true to some extent. However, experienced investors will agree; […]


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Tips for Hiring a Moving Service in New Mexico

Posted by Justin Tate // January 1, 2020

Tips for hiring a moving service in New Mexico

Moving a house can be stressful, especially, if it is your first-time. Our home is our comfort zone and it can be uncomfortable to move out of your house. New place, packing, and the moving experience can be a great adventure, but most people don’t enjoy that experience. Mostly, because it is overwhelming to do […]


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