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Last updated: June 4, 2020 • Home Improvement

Energy Saving Tips for Winter from REA!

Not looking forward to crazy power bills this winter? These real estate tips can help you save money all winter long. Every room of your house holds possibilities for energy savings this winter, whether you own a Dallas, Texas real estate, or live in Chicago, Illinois. You can use this list and go room to …

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Last updated: June 4, 2020 • Home Improvement

Holiday Home Decor Ideas for This Fall and Winter

Whether you live in sunny California, cold North Dakota, busy New York City, or sweet down home Alabama, the holidays are the perfect opportunity for some new home decorations. With fall in full swing, it’s definitely the season of “pumpkin everything”.  Adding some fall décor to the home you are staging can make it even more …

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Last updated: June 5, 2020 • Home Improvement

Home Automation and Star Trek – 50 Years Down the Line

Which of us didn’t point to the flip-open communicators on Star Trek and dream of the day when communication would work as easily as the flip of a wrist and the push of a button?  “One day, we’ll have those,” we said – and then, we did. With the 50 year anniversary of Star Trek …

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Last updated: January 24, 2019 • Home Improvement

Should you Recommend a Remodel to your Real Estate Client?

If your real estate client has a home that is slow to sell, or has significant issues with appeal, recommending a remodel may be a good idea. Then again, you may have a client with a perfectly sell-able home, who has ideas that a remodel will significantly increase the ask price – and may end …

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Last updated: June 5, 2020 • Home Improvement

5 Things Home Inspectors Miss That Could Cost You Big

The home inspector who checks out your prospective purchase is one of the most important steps in the home-buying process. However, home inspectors aren’t guaranteed – or even required – to catch everything that is wrong with a home. That’s why it’s always a good idea to have secondary evaluations done of key areas, to …

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