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City or Township Fremont, CA Postal Code 94539, CA School District School District, County, CA Listing Service Area Area, CA Address 123 Main St, Fremont, CA Street Main St, Fremont, CA Listing ID #123456
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Successfully listing and selling residential real estate in the East Bay since 1985 Utilizing different marketing techniques to maximize the exposure of properties listed for sale. Using cutting edge technology such as multiple Internet advertising. Managing residential rentals through Ripp Management. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Experience with relocation companies and out of town owners/sellers. Multi-Million Dollar Producer. Listing and selling real estate since 1985. EDUCATION Associate in Arts in Business Management - 1985 Real Estate Sales License - 1985 Real Estate Brokers License- 1989 REALTY WORLD Management Program - 1989 Fairfax, VA R.E.O. and Corporate Relocation-1992 Pleasanton, CA Graduate, Realtor’s Institute of California-1993 Certified Residential Specialist- 1996 Member, Residential Sales Council-1996
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Here is a list of properties that I have sold.Courtesy of Barry Ripp, Realty World-Viking RealtyRepresented: SellerCourtesy of Barry Ripp, Realty World-Viking RealtyRepresented: Seller
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Cost vs. Value: Which Home Improvements Offer the Highest ROI in 2017?
With the many different projects reported annually in Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report, not much has changed from last year…and that’s not a bad thing. The 29 projects found on this year’s report paid back an average of 64.3 cents on the dollar in resale value. Looking at the 24 most tracked projects (projects […]
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Tue, 17 Jan 2017
Who’s Living Paycheck to Paycheck—and Who Isn’t
Living paycheck to paycheck is a harsh reality for many Americans, whose expenses—including housing—sap any hope of disposable income. According to a recent study by GOBankingRates, the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle is most common in California, Hawaii and New York, and least common in Arkansas, Mississippi and Oklahoma. States Most Likely to Have Residents Living Paycheck to […]
Tue, 17 Jan 2017
Square Footage Shrinks in Response to First-Time Homebuyers
The average home built in 2016 was 2,634 square feet, smaller than homes built the year prior, per recent data by the U.S. Census Bureau. The downsize, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), is in response to first-time homebuyers. “The data on new home characteristics show a pattern,” says Rose Quint, assistant […]
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Fri, 13 Jan 2017
Even High Earners Struggle to Save
A considerable percentage of Americans lack the savings needed to cushion against a surprise expense, even with enough income to save, according to a recent report by Bankrate.com. Approximately 60 percent of those surveyed do not have enough savings for a $1,000 emergency room bill, though 41 percent plan to tap their savings for such […]
Fri, 13 Jan 2017
Expanded Data Key to Opening Up Mortgage Credit
Trended credit data, which offers an expanded perspective to lenders evaluating a credit applicant, could be key to opening up mortgage credit accessibility, according to an analysis by Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting bureaus. The analysis found that the use of trended credit data—an indicator of behavior beyond the traditional credit report—could […]
Thu, 12 Jan 2017