Archives for September 2010

Costa Mesa Open House You Must See

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Costa Mesa Aquatics Center Grand Opening

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Selling Your Home In Costa Mesa and Orange County

Selling Your Home In Costa Mesa and Orange County

With over 80% of all buyer home searches beginning online, we give your home the maximum exposure it deserves on the following websites.

 

For most Costa Mesa families-

Their home is their largest financial asset, and deciding to sell it is a big decision that involves a lot of preparation and work. When you’re ready to sell it’s important to have an experienced real estate professional like Kurt Galitski and the

 Kurt Real Estate Group to handle the details involved in the successful sale of a home for top dollar.

As an experienced professional who has been featured in the prestigeous Executive Agent Magazine, has helped many Costa Mesa residents sell their homes, I know how to handle every aspect of the sales process – from strategically marketing and showcasing your home to making sure everything’s signed, sealed and delivered by the closing date.

Providing you with comprehensive, high-quality listing service is my top priority. So when you decide to sell your home, please contact me and let’s get started!

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Look at this kitchen, it could be yours.

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Costa Mesa – What Not To Say To Insurers

The last time you had a fender-bender did the words “I’m sorry” slip out of your mouth?  Big mistake, even if you were. That phrase – which might imply that you were at fault – could put your claim at risk.  Stick to the facts and talk to your own insurance company about what you should say to the other driver’s insurer.  Here are four words to avoid that raise a red flag when speaking with insurance companies, according to Insure.com.

 ¨       “Flood.”  Insurers specifically define this as water from a nearby lake, stream, river or other body of water.  Flood damage is not covered under standard homeowners insurance so don’t use the word if a pipe broke and your basement has water in it, which may be covered.  

 ¨       “Experimental.”  Health insurance companies don’t tend to cover procedures in this category.  You want to convey the fact that the treatment is proven and medically necessary.

 ¨       “Whiplash.”  Don’t speculate about this injury until you’ve had a diagnosis.  It’s a word that shouts “fraud” to many insurance companies.

 ¨       “In my opinion.”  Insurance adjusters may try to get you to speculate about the cause of an accident (Driving too fast? Following too close?)  Keep your opinions to yourself, or you may have to eat your words later.

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