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8 Ways Cash Buyers Can Help You

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // April 17, 2019

8 Ways Cash Buyers Can Help You

Sure, getting cash in your hand after the sale of your home is pretty sweet. But did you know a cash buyer can do even more to make you a satisfied seller? That’s right; they can actually pack on the perks if you know what to ask for. How can cash buyers help you? 8 ways cash buyers […]


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A Housing Downturn Has Begun

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // April 10, 2019

A Housing Downturn Has Begun

The latest MReport reports “A housing downturn has begun, according to researchers at Trulia. However, there’s no need to panic—this downturn will likely emerge quite differently from the one a decade ago, the researchers say. What’s signaling the current downturn beginning to take shape is primarily declining sales volume. This is typical of housing downturns. First […]


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A Rehabbed Home or a Fixer-Upper

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // April 3, 2019

A Rehabbed Home or a Fixer-Upper

INMAN announces “Mortgage rates see the biggest plunge in over a decade as the 30-year-fixed rate fell from 4.28% to 4.06%. Home sales jumped as buyers rushed to take advantage resulting in the biggest single-week decline in rates since 2008, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Survey released on Thursday. Freddie Mac chief economist Sam […]


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4 Dangers of Unpermitted Kansas City Improvements

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // March 27, 2019

4 Dangers of Unpermitted Kansas City Improvements

Do I really need a Kansas City building permit? When planning alterations to your home, you are just rolling the dice if you don’t pull building permits. Not applying for building permits exposes you to 4 dangers of unpermitted Kansas City improvements. 4 Dangers of Unpermitted Kansas City Improvements Some homeowners are finding when they […]


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Buy and Sell Kansas City

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // January 16, 2019

Buy and Sell Kansas City

Terra Firma Property Solutions, LLC is a real estate investor and redevelopment company, and we see all of the reasons why homeowners decide to sell. We buy and sell Kansas City houses for cash. When you need to sell a house quickly, you can count on us. Why there Are Houses to Buy and Sell Kansas […]


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Divorce Month

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // January 9, 2019

Divorce Month

The first month of 2019 is reportedly the most popular time of year to file for divorce. January, lawyers tell us, is divorce month. Sure, the holidays are hectic, and relationship issues can come into sharper focus when stressed-out couples spend more time together. But is January’s bad rap really deserved? For better or worse, the numbers suggest […]


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How the Government Shutdown Impacts Real Estate

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // January 2, 2019

How the Government Shutdown Impacts Real Estate

The government shut down over ten days ago over a fight between the president and the Senate over the funding of a wall on our southern border. Here are some thoughts about how the government shutdown impacts real estate from Mike Wheatley at Reality Biz News. RealtorMag reports that the National Association of Realtors is working closely […]


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Age-Restricted Active-Adult Community

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // December 26, 2018

Age-Restricted Active-Adult Community

By 2019, nearly 45 percent of all households in the United States will be headed by someone 55 or older. To meet the needs of this market sector, more home builders are offering single-family homes in an age-restricted active-adult community. Age-Restricted Active-Adult Community The draw for these communities includes living among others of the same […]


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Renovation Loans

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // December 19, 2018

Renovation Loans

Have you heard of renovation Loans? According to CNBC, Missouri had the nation’s fourth-lowest cost of living in the third quarter of 2018, according to the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center. This means that your dollar goes further in Missouri. In real estate, the three largest real estate markets — St. Louis, Kansas City, and […]


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What Happens If You Retire with Debts?

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // December 12, 2018

What Happens If You Retire with Debts?

For many people, retirement means living on a fixed income that comes from Social Security or a pension. Unfortunately, this is almost always significantly less than your income when you were working full-time. What happens if you retire with debts? Your income may be less, but debts may remain the same, which can lead to a few […]


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