Simple Real Estate Terminologies Defined

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // March 6, 2019 // Blog / Cleveland / Featured / Real Estate Investment // Agent or Realtor / Appreciation / Creditor / Depreciation / Earnest Money / Equity / Escrow / foreclosure / Guarantor / house flipping / Inspection / Interest / investor / Lease / Loan / Mortgage / real estate terminologies / Title Deed

Real Estate Terminologies Defined

Whether you’re an investor, an agent, a home buyer or seller, or simply a property owner who wanted to get into the real estate industry, there is a need to a minimum understanding of the most important terms in this business – the real estate terminologies.   Though every industry has its own jargon, real estate business is […]

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The Pros and Cons of Buying a Foreclosed Home

Posted by Wendy Poltorek // October 1, 2015 // Blog / Cleveland / Real Estate Investment / We Can Buy Your House // foreclosed home / foreclosure / investor / pre-foreclosures

foreclosed home

Here at CPD Homes, we have extensive experience in buying and selling foreclosed homes in Florida and Ohio. It is important to know that there are generally two types of foreclosed homes available on the market: pre-foreclosures and foreclosed homes. Pre-foreclosures are houses in danger of being foreclosed on and the homeowner may still be […]

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