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As-is

A contract or offer clause stating that the seller will not repair or correct any problems with the property. Also used in listings and marketing materials. Sellers will often do this for houses that are priced below market value that need work done. As-is can also be used in contracts. […]

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What is a homestead and how do I get one?

A homestead protects you and your assets from creditors. You can access the homestead form and further info at the Clark County Assessor Web Page. Many times, homestead forms will be sent in the mail, offering to file a homestead for you for a fee. You can save money and […]

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How do I get a loan?

You contact a lending institution of your choice. This can be your bank, credit union, or a private lender. You can also ask your Realtor if they have any lenders they recommend working with. Shop around to get the best rates. When your credit is checked by a lender it […]

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I want to buy a home. Where do I start?

Contact your Realtor before anything. They will help guide you through the process. Your first step will be to get in contact with a lender. You can choose your own lender (a bank, credit union, private lender, etc.) or you can ask your Realtor for referrals. Keep in mind, Realtors […]

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