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Last updated: June 20, 2019 • Real Estate Fun Facts, Real Estate Market

Top 5 Most Expensive Cities to Live in the USA

Have we made America great again in our pursuit of the American Dream? How far are we willing to go for it? We put a price tag on everything and we forget to enjoy the little things. Let’s imagine that the US is like the human body and we run an x-ray scan in order …

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Last updated: September 19, 2019 • Real Estate Fun Facts

The 10 Biggest Pranks of All Time! You Won’t Believe Number 3…

In the spirit of April Fools, we have gathered 10 of the best pranks and hoaxes ever made. Some were specifically perpetrated for April Fools, some were not. But what they all have in common is the long lasting tradition of fun, confusion and just plain silliness.   10) Fish Condos Joey Skaggs is a …

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Last updated: December 13, 2018 • Real Estate Fun Facts

Did You Know? You Can Get Paid to Live in Certain Locations!

There are a lot of factors to consider when planning a move to a new place. From job openings, school’s, future opportunities, pricing, and location, there’s a number of things to research before packing everything you own into boxes. It’s a big decision, but if you’re finding yourself jumping from location to location with no …

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Last updated: December 6, 2018 • Real Estate Fun Facts

Haunted Houses in Florida: a Top 5

When you think of Florida, you think about the beach, good times, sunny days… no wonder their official nickname is “The Sunshine State”. It’s a place blessed by God’s light with fantastic weather year-round, happy and friendly people, a lot of diversity and culture – which normally leads to enlightenment.   But where there is …

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Last updated: December 11, 2018 • Real Estate Fun Facts

Crazy Things Real Estate Agents Have Done to Close a Deal

Real Estate is all about competition, and every single player takes part. The home seller is competing with other home sellers in the market to attract home buyers. The home buyers are running against other home buyers to see who’s the first to close a deal and get the house they like. And the real …

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