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    Monday, July 17, 2017   /   by Joe Potter

    The Exit NFI Difference

    Do you need a home?  We can help with rentals, purchases, and sales!

    Think you're not qualified for a mortgage?  Our agents can guide you through credit repair, credit establishment, and have access to programs that can get you into a home.

    If you see a home you desire in the Pensacola market today, time is of the essence.  Homes are selling fast with multiple offers.  One of our agents can give you the best chance at getting the home you want before it's off the market.

    Our sellers agents will work diligently to sell your home at the best price and represent your needs throughout the entire process.  But did you know that we have agents that specialize as buyers agents?  Our buyers agents represent the buyers interest and secures you the best deal possible.  This may be price, concessions, options, repairs and much more.  The goal is to get you the home you want at a price and value that meets or exceeds your needs.

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    Thursday, July 06, 2017   /   by David Hayhow

    Real Home Value Calculator: Assessed Value vs Market Value

    Understanding a home’s true market value is about more than pictures, software assessments and price-per-square-foot. Whether you’re a current homeowner thinking of selling or are house-hunting, it’s crucial you understand what factors affect home valuation. By partnering with a local market expert, sellers will avoid pricing their house out of the market (the kiss of death in real estate) and buyers will ensure they get a good deal on their next home.
    So, how do you accurately calculate a home’s value? After all, the value a home is assigned by its town or county and the one it’s given when it’s listed are often dramatically different from one another. Which one is accurate and what does it all mean? Read on to learn more.
    Assessed Value vs Market Value: What’s the difference?
    When it comes to home value, you’ll often hear two terms, assessed value and market value.
    A home’s assessed value is oft ...

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