Author Archives: Tarah Stovall

What Every Seller Needs To Know About Renovating This Year

If you’re planning to sell this year, you’re probably thinking about what you’ll need to do to get your house ready to appeal to the most buyers. It’s crucial to work with Stovall Team to get your home ready to sell. There are a few things you should consider when deciding what to renovate and…

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Sellers: Don’t Wait Until Spring To Make Your Move

As you plan out your goals for the year, moving up to your dream home may top the list. But, how do you know when to make your move? You want to time it just right so you can get the most out of the sale of your current house. You also want to know…

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The Luxury Market Is Attracting Buyers in 2021

If you’re hoping to buy the home of your dreams, this could be the year to achieve that goal. Connect with Stovall Team at 714.343.9294 [email protected]   today to explore your possibilities.

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The Importance of Home Equity in Building Wealth

Homeownership has always been the first rung on the ladder leading to household wealth. As Freddie Mac recently posted: “Homeownership has cemented its role as part of the American Dream, providing families with a place that is their own and an avenue for building wealth over time. This ‘wealth’ is built, in large part, through the creation of equity…Building…

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Is This the Year to Sell My House?

If you’re ready to make a move, you can feel good about the current sentiment in the market and the advantageous conditions for today’s sellers. Contact Stovall Team today to determine the best next step when it comes to selling your house this year.

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5 Steps to Follow When Applying for Forbearance

Help is out there for homeowners in need, but it’s important to apply now while this benefit is still available. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says: don’t wait, forbearance is not automatic. It must be requested. Reach out to your mortgage provider today so you can get the assistance you need to protect the hard-earned investment you’ve made in your home.

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