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Last updated: January 18, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

What to do in a Terrorist Attack within your Neighborhood

God forbid it ever really happens, but have you ever stopped to think about what would you do if there was a terrorist attack within your neighborhood? The threat of a terrorist attack isn’t anything we like to think too closely about – but in a post-9/11 world, unfortunately, it’s become something the post-Millennials have …

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

A Guard Dog or Home Alarm – Which Would Make You Feel Safer?

As a homeowner, security is always an important concern. Although property crimes have been decreasing, there are still millions of burglaries and home invasions every year. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 20.9% of an estimated 8,277,829 property crimes in 2014 were considered burglaries. Having a guard dog or a home alarm in the …

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Last updated: December 28, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

The Modern Family: How to Successfully Combine Two Households

The age of the nuclear family is slowly dissipating and people everywhere are rewriting the definition of family. A lot of the time, families are mixed, and a few steps exist, which can make navigating the relative waters somewhat challenging. The last thing you should worry about is grappling over the accessories and furniture in …

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Last updated: December 22, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Baby-proofing Before Move-in Day

Moving can be a breeze or a burden, depending on the energy you put into planning and coordinating the details that matter most. When we upgrade to a family home before or following the arrival of a new addition, the challenges of baby-proofing the new space can seem daunting, to say the least. Get Down …

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Last updated: December 20, 2018 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Deciding to Bring a Dog Into Your Home?

Ever since a mutation in the stress hormone of ancient wolves led some of them to stop being afraid of interacting with humans, dogs and men have become inseparable. Long ago, dogs have accepted the comfort of steady human-provided meals and shelter in exchange for unwavering devotion, friendship, and security. In fact, every dog breed …

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