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Last updated: April 10, 2018 • Open House Tips

Home Staging Tips and Tricks To Sell Your Next Listing FAST!

Buying a home and selling is a competitive market which is why every inch of a home needs to be analyzed for profit margin. Home staging is a useful real estate marketing strategy that allows real estate agents and homeowners an advantage over the competition. Not only can home staging elevate your home’s appeal aesthetically, …

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Last updated: April 10, 2018 • First Time Home Buyer

First Time Home Buyer Tips: What to Look for When Purchasing Your First Home

Desire. It is the most significant reason that a person chooses to buy a home for the first time. For some home buyers who enjoy financial freedom, it is a privilege. For others, it is a goal that is not so easily accomplished, but well worth the undertaking once achieved. According to research by the …

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Last updated: August 21, 2018 • Real Estate History

Superbowl Spotlight: The Brady-Bündchen Homes

In anticipation of Super Bowl 51, everyone is watching the two big teams squaring off for the matching rings:  the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots. Pats QB Tom Brady has some amazing moves on the field; but to a New York real estate agent, his NYC condos are just as impressive.  The couple …

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Last updated: April 20, 2018 • Celebrity Real Estate

The Brangelina Breakup – Who Gets What?

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were the fairy tale Hollywood couple… together for ten years and married for two, with a blended family of six children they had or adopted together. No-one saw the celebrities breakup coming. Jolie has filed for custody of the kids, but who gets the houses? Here’s a look at the …

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Last updated: April 20, 2018 • Homes of the Future

Home Automation and Star Trek – 50 Years Down the Line

Which of us didn’t point to the flip-open communicators on Star Trek and dream of the day when communication would work as easily as the flip of a wrist and the push of a button?  “One day, we’ll have those,” we said – and then, we did. With the 50 year anniversary of Star Trek …

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