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Resources for Buyers and Sellers

Buying or selling a home is not easy. There are a lot of steps you must take to ensure your home purchase is a success. However, if you have the right people working for you, the home buying and selling process can be a very rewarding experience. With SETCO, you can relax.

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Selling Your Home: Can You Really DIY?


For sale by owner. One sees that sign far less often than you’d expect to. In this modern day and age, many people take tasks that were previously only done by experts (such as travel planning and creating legal documents) into their own hands. Yet people still rely heavily on realtors to sell their houses. Why is that?

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Don't Get Stuck in a Housing Trap


The idiom definition of “Be Careful what you wish for” is “If you get things that you desire, there may be unforeseen and unpleasant consequences.”  While this is not always true, unfortunately for James R. Williams of Cincinnati, OH, this turned out to be the case.

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Title Insurance: What it is and Why You Need it


When you buy a piece of land, you don't get handed the piece of land -- you are given title. Title is the owner's right to possess and use the property. How a home is titled can vary. For example, title might be held as tenants in common, as joint tenants, there may be a right of survivorship, or there might be a life estate in the home.

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Closing Resource Center

Real Estate is the Number One Choice for Long-Term Investment

In a poll done by Bankrate.com, real estate was shown to be the most favored investment option amongst pollers, with 31% voting real estate as the best investment for money they would not need for ten plus years.

Why Buying in the Florida Panhandle is a Good Idea

In October of 2018, Florida witnessed one of its worst hurricanes to ever touch down in the state: Hurricane Michael. The Category 5 hurricane destroyed whatever it touched in its path.

Medicaid Amendment to Change Florida Property Taxes?

Smaller, less wealthy counties in Florida are worried that the expansion of Medicaid access to low-income childless families could force them to raise their property taxes.

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