Helpful Hints

Have You Fallen Out of Love With Your House? Here's Why!

Remember that moment you found your home? How you loved those high ceilings and shiny hardwood floors? And how about those stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen that you wanted so badly? You made an offer, got it accepted and a few months later you moved in, happy as a clam. Every morning you
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How to Keep Your Dog Cool in Summer

Summer is here along with higher temperatures. It is important to remember that extreme heat can have a negative effect on the health of your pet. It is important for you to help them through the sizzling season. Here are ways that can help keep your dog stay cool, hydrated and as happy during the
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Just Bought A House? Projects to Tackle Before Moving In!

You just bought the perfect house so you want to move right in, right? Well, before you send in the moving trucks there are a few projects that are best done when the house is still empty.Flooring – Redoing a floor is always easier to do when there is nothing on it. Whether you are considering
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Myths About Appraisals

The appraisal is one of the scariest parts of the home-selling process—and one of the most confusing. After all, why is somebody valuing your home after you've already decided on a listing price and received an offer? Plus, you're never sure if the appraiser is truly factoring in those
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Getting top dollar for Sellers: 4 best places to renovate

With the prime spring selling season gearing up, my clients thinking of selling may be wondering which parts of their home can give them the best return on investment if they choose to renovate.Here are the four key renovation strategies that are time-tested, require minimal effort and provide
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How to Get the Most Out of Your Home For Sale Photos

For the best photos and video to highlight your home for sale, keeping these tips in mind will help your home sell for the highest sales price.Before the Photo ShootIt is in a seller’s best interest to have photos or videos ready as soon as the home goes on the market.Patience with the
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Why We Always Attend Property Inspections With Our Buyers

We would never want to miss an inspection with our buyers; here's whyAs a Buyer's agent we work for (not with) our clients.Representing clients means working in their best interests.The property inspection is a major contingency to work through.Buyer’s agency creates expectations from
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Are You a Teacher? Want to Buy Your First Home?

Extra Credit Teacher Home Purchase Program (ECTP).K-12 public school employees—including administrators and support staff such as aides, bus drivers, food services workers and janitors—can receive as much as $15,000 in down payment assistance.The Extra Credit Teacher Home Purchase
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Help for First Time Sellers

Even the most hardened sellers can get emotional when the time comes to list their home. It is where they spent many years raising their children, gathered with family and friends for annual Thanksgiving dinners and birthday parties, or expended time and energy making their home perfect for their
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