Buyers — Your Agent is Your Ally

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 In a strong seller’s market, a prospective buyer’s biggest ally is their real estate agent. When there is a low inventory of homes available, there are more buyers than homes resulting in...
Maximizing a Tiny Closet

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Many older homes come with very small closets! And since “large closets” are high on everyone’s new house wish list this can present a problem. If you are suddenly faced with this dilemma and...
Tips for Moving to a New Neighborhood

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You bought a house! Congratulations! But, it’s in a new neighborhood that you are unfamiliar with. At first glance, it looks great there. How do you learn all the insider tips and tricks for your new...
How Homes Are Featured in an Open House

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Whether you are selling your home, or buying a home, an Open House is one of the most important steps in the process. At an Open House, sellers and their agent have the opportunity to feature a home’s...
Home Updates That Hold Their Value

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It might be hard to decide how and where to upgrade your home. Should you re-do the bathroom? Put in new wood floors? Here’s a list of the home updates that will hold their value, long after you’ve...
Top Four Overlooked Home Repairs

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While you are spring cleaning your home this year, don’t miss some of the most overlooked home repairs. You don’t want to end up with a bigger home disaster!The Leak Under the Sink: With everything...
When to Get Your Home Appraised

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When you’re buying or selling a home, an appraisal is an important part of the process. It helps banks determine the value of a house to loan the appropriate amount of money in a mortgage. But did you...
You Bought a House! What to Do Next.

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You’ve just made the biggest purchase of your life. Congratulations! After you’ve moved in, are you ever really DONE with your house? Typically new home buyers are already making plans for how they...
Tips for Buying Your First Home

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It can be scary to buy your first home. There are a lot of steps. But if you break the process down and have help – you can do it! The first step is of course to find a real estate partner that you feel...