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Last updated: December 28, 2018 • Real Estate History

3 Ways to Avoid Stress When Buying a Home

Whether it’s your first time buying a home or your 5th, the process is typically one that is happy as well as overwhelming at times. Take a deep breath and relax, enjoy the journey it’s worth it! No matter how “crazy” the ride may become, focus on the positive like how happy you are to …

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Last updated: January 10, 2019 • Real Estate History

Unexpected Purchases to Prepare for When Buying a Home

First-time home buying is a lesson in learning what you need to live comfortably. When you come straight from your parent’s house, or even rooming with a pal, you might lack certain essentials that you never even realized you would appreciate. Some home buyers have needed to purchase more cleaning items when they moved in, …

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Last updated: December 27, 2018 • Real Estate History

Is House Flipping Still Hot?

Despite a recent downturn, house flipping is alive and well. 2014 stats show that 26,947 single family homes were flipped across the nation during the third quarter of 2014, accounting for four percent of all single family homes’ sales nationwide. So even though instances of this unique element of the real estate world have decreased, …

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Last updated: December 22, 2018 • Real Estate History Spotlight

In pursuit of the unique, the closers, and the tough-sale champs, the team from likes to feature real estate agents who exceed the status quot. We want to share their tips and experiences with other real estate agents, to both teach and motivate our followers. This time, we sat down with Frances Hicks (SFR, …

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Last updated: December 22, 2018 • Real Estate History

Overall Reviews

Real estate agents spend a lot of time on the net, spreading word of their hottest listings and trying to organize open houses. Between social media, email, telephone calls, meetings, and more, it’s often overwhelming to create a web of fellow agents and potential home buyers and sellers. has done just that with their …

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