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Last updated: December 23, 2020 • Real Estate Market

The Red Tide’s Effects on Real Estate

You’ve probably seen it in the news that, back in August, the state of Florida had declared a state of emergency for 7 counties along the Gulf of Mexico coast because of the phenomenon popularly called “Red tide”. We have put the term between quote marks because scientists have been phasing out of its usage …

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Last updated: September 14, 2021 • Education Advice

Would you send your children to a religious school even though it’s not your religion?

With the “back-to-school” period around the corner – sorry, kids… summer can’t last forever – our team at RealEstateAgent.com has talked a lot about school and education. You’ve probably read our comprehensive Public School, Charter School, Private School or Homeschool post, and now it’s time to add a new layer to this discussion: would you …

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Last updated: September 14, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Ghost Towns of America

Last month we did a post about the best vacations destinations this summer and we divided our picks by the type of travel: you had a family travel option, a destination for adventurous people, a place to unplug from the fast-paced life we live and other possibilities. But we missed one: what if the person …

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Last updated: September 14, 2021 • Holidays

4th of July Celebration: Best Places to Visit

If you’ve been reading, you’ve probably have noticed that here at RealEstateAgent.com we are crazy about holidays celebration. We’ve written about them all. From the minor ones, Father’s Day and Mother’s Day, to the big ones like Memorial Day Celebration, we are always honoring these important dates – and being thankful for the day off, …

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Last updated: September 14, 2021 • Education Advice

Public School, Private School, Charter School or Homeschool

Over the last decade there have been a lot of debates about the education system in our country. More and more, for a lot of different reasons, parents are looking for alternatives to public school. With the summer break and several parents thinking about moving, we thought it was a good idea to tackle this …

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