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July 29, 2016 • Family Tips

Six Things You Should do During Hurricane Season in Florida

Hurricane season is upon us for Florida real estate owners, and this year is predicted to have some fierce activity after 10 years of relative quiet on the landfall front. Are you prepared in case of a hurricane that appears to be tracking for landfall, and do you know what to do in the midst …

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July 18, 2016 • Home Buying Tips

Seven Factors Retirees Should Consider When Buying a Home

Are you retirement planning for your golden years? A home that meets your needs as you grow older may be on the list of things to put in order before too much longer, but what should you look for in a retirement residence and how can you ensure that you will be happy, safe and as …

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July 18, 2016 • Real Estate Industry

5 Ways BREXIT Could Affect the U.S. Real Estate Market

By now, everyone has a fairly good idea of what BREXIT is and how it impacts Britain and the EU. The vote to “Leave” rocked the civilized world, as most of the UK determined that they did not, in fact, wish to be a part of the European Union, tipping the global economy on its …

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July 15, 2016 • Real Estate

The Four Types of Real Estate Clients You Might be Better off Without

Every real estate agent knows how hard it can be to deal with clients who seem to not understand the process at all. However, even fairly in-the-game seeming clients can fall into one or more of these four categories, and learning to recognize the signs early can save you a number of headaches. The Smart …

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July 12, 2016 • Family Tips

What Would You Do if There was a Terrorist Attack In or Near Your Neighborhood?

The threat of a terrorist attack isn’t anything we like to think too closely about – but in a post 9-11 world, it’s something the latest generation has grown up with as a part of life. Unlike the Cold War generation, when hiding under your desk in case of a nuclear attack was considered “better …

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