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Last updated: April 16, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Divorce and Real Estate

Over 2.4 million couples spent on average $33,391 to get married in 2018 – an all-time high average cost of a wedding, according to The Knot. But the American Psychological Association says that about 40% to 50% of them could end in divorce. “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage,” Frank Sinatra …

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Last updated: April 2, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

How to make moving fun?

I was enjoying the sunrise from our 6th-floor apartment one day when my mother came next to me and stared long into the distance. “What would you think if we sold our apartment and moved to a new place?”, she asked me. That idea had never crossed my mind before. I was singing in a …

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Last updated: February 15, 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: December 10, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Student Accommodation: Dorm, Rent or Buy?

If you’re a student that just got accepted to college: first of all, congratulations! We are all really proud of you! Second: you (or your parents) might be scratching your head with so many decisions you need to make right now, right? Spoiler alert: it won’t get any better. However, concerning your decision regarding student …

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Last updated: December 12, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Autism is REAL: Children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) need safer homes

For every parent out there, there’s always a worrying regarding the safety of our children in our homes. But for parents of children on the autism spectrum disorder (also known as ASD), the preoccupation can reach a new level of stress. Children with ASD can sometimes require even more elaborate home security systems than the …

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