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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • 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: May 8, 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: March 26, 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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Last updated: March 21, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Are you a Good Neighbor?

If you’ve lived in a neighborhood where everyone was friends with one another, you know that having trustworthy neighbors is a blessing. The children can play safely, and if something happens, there are people nearby that you can turn to. That being said, how do you make friends with your neighbors and build a friendly …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Today’s Latchkey Kids are Savvier than Ever

Latchkey kids are children that are alone for part of the day after school, and while they may not always carry a key to their home in their pocket, the ‘latchkey’ kid title comes from the fact that many of them do. These children can gain confidence from having power over themselves and their schedule, …

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