Nicole Glazer McKee

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25950 Acero St, Suite 100
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

24851 Del Prado Ave
Dana Point, CA 92629

Wanna be a Landlord? Consider These 6 Things First

With the rental market booming in many parts of the country, there’s good money to be made as a landlord. There are plenty of real estate investors who make a good living as landlords, so why not you? If you want to get in on the action, there are a few things you need to think about first before you channel you inner Mr.…

Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Mortgage Pre-Approval

While the thought of shopping around for a home and popping into open houses might be pleasant, the actual starting point for serious homebuyers should begin at a lender’s office. Not only can potential buyers benefit in a number of ways by getting a pre-approval first, there are also a lot of headaches and disappointments that can be avoided.…

Don’t Be a Statistic: 5 of the Most Common First-Time Home Buyer Regrets

First-time home buyers have a lot in common when they’re out house hunting. They tend to quickly fall in love with a home, and get their emotions all caught up. They become overwhelmed and feel defeated when they lose out on a bidding war.…

Indoor Greenery: What, Why, and How?

The “Why”

The “why” for indoor house plants should be fairly obviously, right? They scrub the air in your home, they lend a tranquil vibe to any room, and as a design element they’re super versatile, adding color, texture, and shape for great interest and appeal.…

Why Being Upfront About Your Home’s Flaws Can Speed Up the Selling Process

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Does your home have a leaking roof? Is the HVAC equipment on its last leg? Does your basement flood after every big rainfall? While your first instinct might be to hide such flaws when you put your home up for sale, your best bet is actually to be upfront about them.…

Top 10 Homeowner DIY Do’s and Don’ts

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1.ELECTRICAL DO: Handy dandy dimmers for your lighting.

Obviously, it’s not major electrical work, but you do have to connect some wires. That being said, it’s super easy – just buy the dimmer style you want at any hardware store, making sure it fits your switch panel – install per instructions.…

Six Ideal Ways to Save on Home Heating

It may have been the warmest autumn on record for most parts of the country, but winter is (still) coming. In Southern California alone, the average cost of gas for a small home is at least around $1.50 a day. And that’s for the southern half of the United States where total heating costs and requirements are obviously lower.…

What the Heck is a ‘Zero-Sum’ Budget, and Why Should You Consider One?

Budgeting. It’s not exactly the sexiest topic out there, but it’s one that everyone needs to think about, talk about, develop, and set in motion. This essential spending plan basically helps you to determine if you’ve actually got the cash to do the things you want or need without sending you spiraling into debt.…

Brick: Underused or Overexposed?

Exposed brick has been around long before it was the hottest design trend this side of a Brooklyn loft. But the truth is it’s been around as long as, like, housing in general. So who’s to say where this “trend” starts and stops?…

5 Hacks You Can Do Right Now to Jack up Your Credit Score Before Applying for a Mortgage

If you’re thinking of buying a house and applying for a mortgage someday, you might want to work on your credit. Lenders will look at you as nothing but a risky liability if your score is under 600. With a low score, the odds of you getting approved for a conventional mortgage are pretty slim.…

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5 Ways to Get to Class for Off-Campus Students

Living off campus gives you a bit of a buffer from the hustle and bustle of classroom life, but it also means you’re no longer able to simply walk from the dorms to classes.

While you’re renting off campus, you need to find an alternate mode of transport to get you to class on time or to connect with any on-campus activities.…

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Is Replacing Carpet With Hardwood Always Worth It?

Thinking about replacing your floors? Especially if you have carpet, the choice seems clear: Hardwood floors are preferred by home buyers and renters across the United States. But consider carefull. Especially if you have carpet, the choice seems clear: Hardwood floors are preferred by home buyers and renters across the United States.…

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5 Credit Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

When it comes to shopping for a mortgage, your credit score is very important. Lenders use your credit score and report to estimate risk, make decisions about interest rates—and decide

Comes to shopping for a mortgage, your credit score is very important.…

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When Pending Sales Go Bad: How to Save the Transaction

You’re so close. For sellers: After all the staging, the photos, the open houses and the negotiations, you finally have a buyer. For buyers: After all the budgeting, deliberating and

After all the staging, the photos, the open houses and the negotiations, you finally have a buyer.…

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Hardwood floors are preferred by home buyers and renters across the United States

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