Real Estate Experts at Offer Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

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Real Estate expert offers online home buying tips for first-time home buyers looking to take advantage of unique real estate market conditions.

The $8,000 first-time homebuyer tax incentive President Barack Obama signed in February combined with historically low interest rates has some people believing there's never been a better time to buy a new home especially for first time home buyers. There are certainly many incentives to encourage even the most reluctant first-time home buyers to step off the fence and begin looking for a starter home. At the top of the list are low sales prices and low interest rates. is a one-stop real estate education portal that provides in-depth home buying guides and articles designed to lets home buyers maximize the hidden potential existing in today's down real estate market. And it's all free.

"Buyers and sellers are frozen because they think the current real estate market has locked them out of buying or selling a home," according to's Mr. Andrew Webb. "But that couldn't be further from the truth. Unique markets create unique opportunities for those who are smart enough to take advantage," he added.

And educating people on how to capitalize on those unique real estate opportunities is exactly why Mr. Webb launched the site. is a free portal that's stocked full with articles and guides that show home buyers, home sellers and home speculators exactly how to navigate the current real estate crisis and turn a profit. There's even information on how to select a mortgage under the current conditions as well as how to avoid foreclosure.

The web site is clearly laid out with menu links to each of the relevant real estate education areas including these:

  •      Home Buying Tips and Guides
  •      Home Selling Tips and Guides
  •      Mortgage Loan Tricks & Facts
  •      Real Estate Investor Guide
  •      And more

There are even links to a foreclosure database service which provides a nation-wide listing of bank-owned repossessions.

"I created this web site so home buyers, home sellers and real estate investors could have one source to turn to for the most up-to-date and authoritative information on the current real estate market. As that market changes I update the site accordingly," Mr. Webb said.

The web site also contains hundreds of real estate articles plus a live real estate newsfeed so everyone can stay current on real estate marketing happenings. charges no fees to access all of the information that Mr. Webb himself provides. It truly is a one-stop site for anyone interested in buying a house, selling a house, stopping foreclosure or investing in the real estate market.

Visit for more information and to access all of the information.


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