Setting the Stage of Your Home

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First impressions are a big deal. We’ve all experienced a cringe-worthy moment or two when either we made a bad first impression or witnessed someone else stumble through the initial moments of an introduction. Researchers say that most people draw a solid first impression during the first seven seconds of meeting someone, which doesn’t offer [...]

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Consumer Thoughts on Home Buying

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Some of life’s questions are impossible to answer: When is the right time to get married? To become a parent? To change careers? To buy a house?  Buying a house, though scary, doesn’t have to be one of those challenging life questions. Basically, the right time is now. And now. Annnnnnnnd…now.  I know what you’re [...]

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Condominium vs Townhouse vs Single Family Home

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If a condo, a townhouse, and a single family home were to enter a metaphorical boxing ring, perception is the single family home would leave holding the belt every time. So what gives? What makes buyers fearful of the condo and townhome world? Some buyers would say condos and townhomes are harder to sell, especially [...]

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The Transitional Housing Market: Where Are We Now?

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New agents and customers often ask me about the changes that happen in the late summer and early fall housing market. Right now, the market is in a place where, unlike the last two years, sellers might get a handful of showings and no offers, even when a house is competitively priced. Buyers might actually [...]

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The Housing Market: No Crash In Sight

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Certain frightening words and images have made their way into the pop culture lexicon, and the sound or sight of them creates an instant case of the shivers. I’ve never seen the movie IT, but the sight of a red balloon still freaks me out.  For the hyenas in The Lion King, the word was [...]

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