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About Hills Real Estate Team

We have been selling real estate in the Hills for almost 24 years. We are a professional team here to meet your needs, together we will bring you a combined 76+ years of experience and, because we have a team at our hands, we are more diversified, experienced and qualified to handle any real estate situation.

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What’s the Difference Between a Condo and a Co-op?

Condominiums and co-ops are great choices for first-time homebuyers, singles, couples and roommates, and down-sizing families, but they are very different types of property ownership.Condominiums

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What to Expect for the 2024 Summer Housing Market

One truism about the housing market is that it changes constantly to favor sellers or homebuyers. Seldom does a balanced market exist where buyers and sellers are more evenly matched except for

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How Much Home Can I Afford?

There are plenty of mortgage calculators online to help you figure out how much you can afford to spend on a home. With some quick math, you can get an idea, but there’s a lot more information

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Should You Tap into Your Home Equity?

When you put 20% down on a home using a mortgage loan, you own 20% and the lender owns 80%. As you make payments, most of the money goes to pay interest while some goes toward reducing your.

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