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Last updated: July 8, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Best Museums in the USA

Whenever you hear someone snarking about how America has no history, no culture, the land of the mindless blah blah blah, just know this: that person is definitely jealous of us. The fact of the matter is that one of the reasons the United States is always featured on all of the Best Vacation Destination …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Home Buying Tips

Winter Wedding? Here are the Top Ten Cities for Newlyweds to Buy a Home

Planning a winter wedding? You’re in luck. Wintertime can be one of the most gorgeous times to set and plan a wedding, and finding a home afterward can be easier. By the time winter rolls around, many existing families are already finished with the hustle-and-bustle of moving before the school year, and you can take …

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Last updated: December 12, 2018 • Home Improvement

Closet Organization Tips and Ideas You’ll Love

While some people use their closets religiously, other people may just throw old shoes and unwanted clothing inside and shut it for the season. No matter which side you’re on, there is a chance that you could make some improvements to your closet organization. Trying to sell your home? A real estate agent could tell …

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Last updated: January 16, 2019 • Home Improvement

7 DIY Home Improvement Projects you can do This Winter

Because people spend so much time indoors, renovating and improving the aesthetics of the home can make it a more enjoyable space to live in. Winter is a great time for home improvement, especially when the renovations will save energy or make the house easier to live in. Selling a home during the colder months …

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Last updated: December 12, 2018 • Best School Districts

Best School Districts for Today – and What they Mean for the Real Estate Market

Yes, it’s true, that school districts directly affect home value. Schools in nicer districts get better reviews and more funding, which encourages families to buy a home in that area. In less impressive zones, the value of a home may drop if the school is rated badly. The reputation and funding of a public school …

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