Buzzing This Season

Autumn months bring cooler weather, preparing and organizing for the upcoming holidays, and working on special projects that will keep your home in shape.Read more

Home Care Tips

Regular care and maintenance is needed to ensure the value and comfort of your home. Find helpful articles to keep your home in tip-top shape inside and out.Read more

Buying and Selling Know-How

Useful information when you’re navigating the real estate and mortgage industry. Get your home ready to sell, become a savvy buyer, and simplify your move.Read more

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  • Your First Toolbox
    Your First Toolbox
    What Every First-Time Homeowner Needs Whether you’ve moved from an apartment, a rental house, or Mom’s basement into your first home, you will quickly discover you need a toolbox of your own. The last thing you want is to become that new neighbor, always borrowing something. But because […]...
  • Apples are Unmistakably Fall
    Apples are Unmistakably Fall
    How many varieties of apples can you name? If it’s less than three, it’s not your fault. After all, supermarkets don’t usually carry more than McIntosh, Granny Smith, or Red Delicious. But in the real world of apples there are actually over 7,000 varieties, each with its […]...
  • Red and Yellow Maple Leaf
    Fall Leaves: Friend or Foe?
    If you’re like most homeowners, you have a love-hate relationship with the fiery colors of fall leaves. From planning vacations based on where to find the best fall foliage to making landscaping decisions based on which plant varieties give the most striking fall color show, Americans have […]...
  • September is National Preparedness Month
    September Is National Preparedness Month
    Is Your Family Ready? With all of the things a busy life requires you to remember, it’s helpful to have reminders to be prepared for the “what ifs.” National Preparedness Month reminds us all that when it comes to preparing for an emergency, it’s no time to snooze. […]...
  • Hot Dogs vs Hamburgers
    Hamburger vs. Hot Dog
    Which came first? Frankly, no one knows for sure, but history suggests that both hot dogs and hamburgers arrived in America in some form in the late 1800s. Suffice it to say, these two All-American favorites have been consumed at Labor Day celebrations for a very long […]...
  • Talking with Your Clients about Safety
    Talking with Your Clients about Safety
    It’s important for real estate agents to remember to stay safe in every possible situation. But what about clients? They too face potential dangers, whether as buyers, when visiting properties for sale, or as sellers, when strangers visit their listed home. When you’re meeting with potential clients […]...
  • safety first when meeting new clients
    Stay Safe When You Meet with New Clients
    Meetings with new clients can be great, but keep in mind that they are strangers and you could be putting yourself at risk. Short of running expensive background checks, it is difficult to know whether or not a potential client could be a criminal, stalker, thief, or […]...
  • A home for sale shows the open house sign on a sunny afternoon.
    Tips for Hosting a Safe Open House Event
    Most of us would never normally hold an event at our homes where we put out a sign that welcomed in total strangers. But this is exactly what you do for your clients when you hold an open house. As part of the month-long safety awareness campaign […]...
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