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June 2019

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Everything Homeowners Need to Know About ForeclosuresTrying to navigate the foreclosure process can feel like a daunting task to many homeowners. Many choose to simply toss the late notices in the garbage, hoping that they can make up the difference before the clock runs out. Unfortunately, this approach proves incredibly stressful and does not help Franklin TN homeowners get out of the situation unscathed. Instead, it is important for homeowners to learn all they can about the foreclosure process to navigate the steps with confidence. They can get started by using this guide to explore foreclosures in detail.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with an attorney or licensed mortgage professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Different Types of Foreclosure Exist

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Roofing Materials You Should KnowWhen buying a new construction home or replacing the roof on an existing home, the homeowner has options for how they want their new roof to be. There are far more options out there than just the normal asphalt shingles, and these other options offer different advantages that can’t be gotten otherwise. Here are some of the different roof material options that can be found and what sets them apart from the rest.

1. Wooden Shingles

Wood shingles used to be common before the rise of the modern asphalt shingles, but they can still be found and used today. Homeowners like wooden shingles because they’re quite sturdy despite being made just from wood, and they can last up to 50 years if the home is located in a drier climate. A wetter climate can lead

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What You Should Know About Buying Raw LandBuying land is one of the most straightforward ways to make money in real estate. Most investors simply buy the land and then wait to sell it to an eager property developer. But just because the concept is simple doesn't make buying land a no-risk purchase. In fact, buying raw land can be one of the more tricky investments a person can make - unlike buying a residential home. For those just getting started, it helps to keep the potential pitfalls in mind before scouting a location.

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Time and Profits

Time is key when buying raw land. An up-and-coming neighborhood may need months or even years to come to

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