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One thing that buyers may come across in their search for a new home is the short sale. A short sale is a situation where the previous mortgage home owners have been foreclosed on and now the financial lender is looking to cut their losses and sell the home quickly and usually for less than it is worth.

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Myrtle Beach is already a pretty exciting place. With fantastic beaches and some of the country's most amazing condo developments, Myrtle Beach combines great living with perfect scenery and amenities.

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There is really something to be said for a well-kept and well-loved lawn. It is easy to tell the difference between a lawn that is well cared for and one that has simply been tended to to sell the home.

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Condo Considerations

By Preston Guyton | Published 09/28/2007 | Real Estate |

So you're thinking of buying a condo? Owning a condo is a different world than owning a house, and comes with a whole different set of expectations and responsibilities. Maybe you're looking to find a vacation property, get out of the suburbs or get away from some of the chores that come with a traditional house - whatever the reason, you'll want to weigh the pros and cons of condo ownership before you make that final purchase.

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When done well, preparing your vacation property for rental is an art. Lots of people do it, but if you are one of those people who do it with style you'll see bigger and better returns, especially in a busy market. Like staging a home for sale, with a little effort you can create an inviting environment for your renters.

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Bring Home the Dome!

By Preston Guyton | Published 11/16/2007 | Real Estate |

The latest buzz in home building surrounds monolithic dome homes. These odd looking properties are strong enough to survive most natural disasters, including hurricanes and earthquakes, and they're also resistant to destructive bugs like termites.

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You can always get a solid return selling your golf course home, even if the market looks weak. That's because golf course homes keep a stronger hold on their value than other types of real estate, and generally aren't as affected by economic trends.

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7. You can make anniversary dinner reservations on your cell phone at your spouse's favorite restaurant while filling out property sale closing forms in a Seattle's Best drive-thru line up.

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Natural Cork Flooring

By Preston Guyton | Published 12/6/2007 | Home Improvement |

With the myriad of flooring types available, shoppers tend to lean toward those that are most popular at the time. Unfortunately, this practice can cause a consumer to miss out on some great flooring options.

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Imagine an exclusive beachfront home, only steps from the water for under 80,000! That's what you'll find in the cabana district in Myrtle Beach. About a dozen of these 200 square foot beach structures line the shore in this Ocean Boulevard area.

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