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Don’t Suffer Homebuying Heartbreak This Valentine’s Day

Don’t Suffer Homebuying Heartbreak This Valentine’s Day

Just when you thought you’d gotten out of those awkward conversations with relatives over the holidays, Valentine’s Day rolls around. And like finding your perfect match, searching for the perfect home can stir up a mix of emotions. According to a recent survey, home buyers visit an

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So, You Think You’re Ready to Buy a Home?

So, You Think You’re Ready to Buy a Home?

Buying a home is an exciting and scary time. It can be a great investment in your future, you can finally stop throwing away money on rent, and it is one of the first big steps to laying down your roots.  However, buying a home also means

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Buying and Selling “Off-Season”

Buying and Selling “Off-Season”

There are many variables that determine what is considered the peak buying and selling season in real estate. It varies by geographical region and is affected as well by the economy. Generally speaking, for home sellers, many real estate experts have traditionally considered the “peak season” to

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When you’ve got too much house, it’s time to think simpler – Part II

When you’ve got too much house, it’s time to think simpler – Part II

How to Downsize Your Home Over time, we tend to accumulate lots of stuff. Drawers full of stuff, unused gifts, and furniture we don’t really need. We’re so used to having it around we don’t notice how much space it’s all actually taking up. Now is the time

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Moving To-Do List

Moving To-Do List

It’s moving season! Moving is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful and has a lot of moving pieces. Use this checklist to get all your ducks in a row and make your move as smooth as possible. 2 Months Prior: Get organized. Keep all

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Real Estate 101: Buying an Older Home

Real Estate 101: Buying an Older Home

There’s something about older homes that make them appealing to many buyers. Maybe it’s the ornate, decorative aesthetics and the fact that they aren’t the cookie-cutter homes of today, or maybe it’s the high standard of quality in the structure. Regardless of what it is that you’re drawn to, it’s

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Plumbing Problems in Pre-Owned Homes

Plumbing Problems in Pre-Owned Homes

Granite counter tops, hardwood floors, and open-concept living may be on your new home wish list, but is “perfect plumbing” on there as well? If it’s not, it should be. While many cosmetic issues like stained carpet and cracked tiles are easily spotted, the more important and expensive

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