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Casaplorer is an free, unbiased, and transparent source of real estate education in all 50 states. We cover every step of the real estate process as well as important topics that you should know before and after you buy or sell a property.
We are a group of financial analysts, real estate professionals, and software developers looking to make real estate more transparent and accessible. Our mission is to make Casaplorer a leading source of unbiased and transparent real estate education for home buyers and sellers across all 50 states.
The real estate calculators and tools on Casaplorer are developed by two teams: our finance and real estate architects as well as our software developers. Our architects are financial professionals with expertise in specific real estate topics and are responsible for developing and validating the algorithms powering our products. Our team of developers then implement the calculators with a focus on speed and user experience.
We are continously reviewing, updating, and improving our pages to ensure that they communicate the most up-to-date and accurate information in a user-friendly way. However, there are thousands of national, state, and local real estate and financial regulations across the US that can change at anytime, and we may miss some of these changes. If you find any inaccurate or outdated information on our website, please notify us using our Contact Us form.
Our mission is to provide a source for unbiased and transparent education for home buyers and sellers in all 50 states. We hope to cover every step of the real estate process as well as important topics that you should know before and after you buy or sell a property. This includes a wide range of topics ranging from 401k withdrawal rules to the best mortgage lenders to how to calculate capital gains tax.
To help the most home buyers and sellers, we are starting out with national programs as well as the most populous states. For example, we currently cover national first-time home buyer programs as well as state-based programs in New York, California, Texas, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Our goal is to eventually cover all 50 states.