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Goodbye, old house-hello, good buy! From looking to sell to finding a dream home, this all-in-one guide features new, updated, and vital information and tips on getting the best deal...no matter which side of the deal you're on.

  • Unlike other audiobooks, this covers both buying and selling-which usually go hand-in-hand.
  • Revised edition includes more information on buying a second home, researching locations, saving on costs, and more
  • Existing-home sales are setting new records every year
  • Very low mortgage rates are making this a great time to buy.
  • ©2003 Shelley O'Hara & Nancy D Lewis (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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    Fair writing but dated and hard to navigate

    Aside from one early chapter that consists exclusively of rhetorical questions (what a bore to read... this should be in an appendix, not the main body of a text), the writing was good and the information was pertinent and pretty logically structured.
    Unfortunately, the book hasn't been updated since 2005 and is therefore missing the impact of some pretty crucial events of the past decade. Also, for some reason, the 20-something chapters of the written book are condensed in the audio version to only 6 hour-long chapters, making it practically useless as a reference book.