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Last updated: October 18, 2019 • 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 22, 2019 • 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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Last updated: October 25, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

October is Fire Prevention Month!

According to national statistics, more people are injured and killed in house fires than any other kind of fire. Over 4,000 Americans are killed yearly in house fires, and many of these occur in the fall and wintertime when people are cooped up inside and heaters/ovens are on more often. October is fire prevention month, …

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Last updated: November 1, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

New Neighborhood, New School – Helping Kids Adjust After a Summer Move

Moving to a different home and school district is an adjustment for everyone, especially your children as they start a new school. Planning ahead and handling the challenges proactively will make for a smoother transition for everyone. When buying a home it is easy to get distracted by your responsibilities, but remember your kids are …

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Last updated: January 31, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Fidget Spinners – The Craze Sweeping the USA

From teachers to special education students to busy CEO’s in high-rise real estate, to moms with children who have ADHD or children on the autism spectrum disorder, fidget spinners are all the rage. Many of the toys stores can’t keep the “toys” in stock, parents are looking for ways to DIY their own with LEGO …

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