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We Pay Cash for Omaha Houses

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 20, 2021

Housing is flying off the shelves in Omaha.  For example, the Omaha World-Herald calls it an “outrageous” market in 3 Tactics For First-Time Homebuyers In An Outrageous Market.  Why should I pay attention to an article titled we pay cash for  Omaha houses? We Buy Omaha houses for Cash for Many Reasons Debt Financial challenges […]


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Pest Control

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 6, 2021

At times, it is good to seek a pest control company’s services rather than trying to do it yourself. This is the case when your pest problem is ongoing, or the pest infestation has become extensive. Unfortunately, getting the best pest control can prove to be a daunting task. To avoid going through a lot, […]


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Most Popular Time to File for Divorce

Posted by Shawn Simpson // December 30, 2020

The first month of the new year is reportedly the most popular time to file for divorce. A rumor that January is divorce month is ominously nicknamed “Divorce Month” in legal circles. But is January’s bad rap deserved? For better or worse, the numbers suggest that “Divorce Month” is real. According to statistics published by eDivorcePapers.com, […]


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Five Major Housing Trends in 2021

Posted by Shawn Simpson // December 23, 2020

What does the new year hold for housing? Bankrate shares what they expect to be the five major housing trends in 2021. Based on housing experts who spoke at a virtual conference of the National Association of Real Estate Editors, mortgage rates will rise from record lows, home-price gains will slow, and Americans will continue their migration […]


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Will We Ever Be Normal Again?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // December 9, 2020

Will we ever be normal again? COVID has brought significant changes to our lives, and many will be permanent. Right now, many homeowners are in the money, and they’re dipping into it as residential real estate values skyrocket and cash-out refinancing balloons. Due to strained housing supply and increased demand driven by extremely low mortgage rates, the average […]


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Income Sources Could Pay You More Money Than Social Security

Posted by Shawn Simpson // December 2, 2020

According to the Omaha World-Herald, “Millions of seniors rely on Social Security to stay afloat during retirement, but those benefits only go so far in paying the bills. In fact, the average senior on Social Security today collects $1,519 a month. But here are a few income sources that could actually pay you a lot more money […]


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Foreclosure Filings in the U.S. Rose

Posted by Shawn Simpson // November 25, 2020

The Thanksgiving season brings some bad news for some. Realty Biz News reports, “The number of foreclosure filings in the U.S. rose almost 20% compared to the previous month during October. How will you avoid foreclosure?” “ATTOM Data Solutions, which said foreclosure filings include default notices, bank repossessions, and scheduled auctions and said the COVID-19 pandemic […]


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Adjustable-Rate Mortgage

Posted by Shawn Simpson // November 18, 2020

A lot of people got hurt in the housing crash in 2008-2009 with the adjustable-rate mortgage. Does that mean one shouldn’t consider an adjustable-rate mortgage? Maybe the choice is based on your circumstances. For example, a five-year ARM only has a fixed rate for the first five years; then the rate adjusts once per year […]


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Seven Steps to Handle an Eviction

Posted by Shawn Simpson // November 11, 2020

According to Landlordology, “Being a great landlord doesn’t mean that you’re immune from having bad tenants. Yes, tenant screening is important, but even under the best of circumstances, it’s not unusual for a well-intentioned tenant to struggle to pay rent from time to time.” That is why you need to know the Seven Steps to Handle an […]


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Stigmatized Property

Posted by Shawn Simpson // November 4, 2020

It is still Halloween for many of us.  We still have Halloween candy. So this subject appeared in OmegaHome. “Would you be uncomfortable living in a home where someone recently died? If so, you’re not alone! Around 26% of participants in a Realtor.com survey indicated that they would not live in a home where someone died. Someone […]


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