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April 27, 2017
Instructor: Chris Graham 3 hours CE (law) / PLE Elective This course is designed to help and instruct licensees on how to properly calculate and report square footage in accordance with the standard. A group measuring exercise is included in READ MORE
April 27, 2017
Instructor: Lori Carter 3 hours CE / PLE Mandatory (Technology & Data Security) This course is designed to help with Paragon navigation, basic search secrets, setting up User Preferences, Customizing Brochures and setting up clients on Auto READ MORE


Tuesday, March 21, 2017

If you are buying a home and need a mortgage, the lender will require a property appraisal—comparing the sales price you have negotiated to other comparable homes that have sold in the area.

If you are thinking of refinancing your home to pay off a first and second mortgage, or pay off high interest rate credit card debt, you will also need an appraisal.  Here are some things you need to know: 

Thursday, March 9, 2017

As residents of Warren County, we are very fortunate to be a part of a thriving, progressive and expanding community.  Evidence of this continued development can be seen throughout the county at various construction projects.  The Warren County Department of Building and Electrical Services reported a near record year in regards to permit applications in 2016.  Approximately 950 building permits were applied for during calendar year 2016.  Of those 950 permit applications, 440 were for Single Family Residence structures.  This growth generates many benefits for our citizens.  However, it may also create challenges that must be addressed to ensure successful progress.  Residential construction in areas of high density development is one of the trends becoming more common in Warren County that may require additional attention to stormwater standards.  The following highlights a few key points that contractors, realtors and homeowners can use to improve compliance performance with stormwater regulations


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