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David Tapper

Team Tapper Is Proud To Announce A New Member!

Team Tapper is proud to introduce our newest member, Shu Tien. Shu Tien is an experienced and licensed Realtor in California. She has graduated from the Real Estate Institute (GRI) and has Pass Drug pass drug test urine : How to Pass a Drug pass drug test urine : Passing Drug pass drug test urine : Saliva Drug pass drug test urine : Hair Follicle Drug pass drug test urine : Nicotine Drug pass drug test urine : Drug Testing Information : Urine Drug pass drug test urine : Passing Marijuanaa : Drug online casino Detection Time : Pass Your Drug pass drug test urine : We specialize in Permanent and Same Day Body Cleansers and offer reliable overnight shipping @ PassAnyTest. become a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE). Being a Certified Distressed Property Expert gives Shu a wealth of knowledge in buying and selling Bank-Owned Properties (Foreclosures/REOs) and Short-Sales.

Shu is also fluent in two Chinese language dialects; Mandarin and Taiwanese.

For More Information on Shu Tien, Please Visit Her Website: www.ShuTien.com

Shu can be contacted at: (650) 922-8028 or STien@cashin.com

Lisa Karson

OLA Sports Club Crab Bash; Dinner, Dance & Raffle!

Our Lady of Angels School in Burlingame is having a “Crab Bash” to support the OLA Sports Club. This is the Sports Club’s one and only annual fundraiser and will be taking place powelsslot on January 31st, 2009 at 6:00pm.

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Mac McCarthy

Should I sell or should I wait?

Should I sell my home in today’s market or Should I wait and rent it out until the market goes back up?

 

These are two questions I hear a lot these days. In order for me to answer these questions, I must ask a couple questions myself.  First off, if you sell your home, what’s your next move? If you are planning on buying another home or property you’re going to benefit from this market on the buying end. In some cases, you may be buying in a different  market that has been hit harder. To address the second question, in regards to renting out your property and waiting for the market to go back up;  I would ask what’s your time frame? If you are only planning to rent it out for a year or two, then you probably won’t see the market appreciate  much.

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David Tapper

Should I Buy A Home Warranty When I Purchase A Home?

Last Friday, I posted an article defining a home warranty. This week I will answer the question, “Should I buy a home warranty when I purchase my home?” If you asked 10 buyers or real estate agents I’m sure the answer to the question would be split.

When you purchase a home you are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not millions. The cost is relatively cheap, somewhere between $250-$550 depending on the coverage and if it has a pool or spa.

I suggest you purchase the warranty for two reasons. One, you will have piece of mind. Two, even if you use it once, you will probably get your money’s worth. Don’t try to save a minimal amount when you are purchasing the most expensive investment of your life.

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David Tapper

What is a home warranty? What is usually covered?

A home warranty is a home insurance protection plan that covers certain items for one year depending on what policy you order.

Most of the companies cover normal wear and tear items during the term of the contract. These items usually include, but are not limited to: Plumbing leaks/breaks in the water waste, vent, or gas lines within the perimeter of the main foundation of the home or garage. Some home warranties cover the water heater. The heating system is covered if it is the main source of heat. Also usually covered are the stove, range, built-in microwave, dishwashers, garbage disposals, etc.

They don’t cover items that have been abused, misused, or if they are missing parts. They also don’t cover pre-existing problems.

You can also upgrade your policy to include washer and dryers, refrigerators, air conditioners, limited roof repairs, pools and spas.

Post Specific Disclaimer: All home warranty policies are different. Please make sure you and/or your realtor have read over the warranty terms in their entirety before purchasing a home warranty. I, nor Team Tapper, hold any responsibility for the information provided in this article.

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