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May 8, 2017 • Real Estate

If You are in the Military, Should You Buy or Rent?

With the highly-mobile lifestyle that comes with being in the military, it can be hard to make the decision to buy a home. Renting may seem easier, but it can be a drain on funds, and make it hard to settle down once you or a loved one comes home. There are many benefits to …

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May 2, 2017 • Real Estate

Real Estate Terms You Need to Know

Like any business, field, or specialty profession, the real estate industry has words and lingo that wouldn’t make sense to an untrained ear. Professionals have the dialogue down pat, but you might have a hard time keeping up with the fast-tracked conversations and the acronyms if you venture into the real estate market unprepared. It …

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January 26, 2017 • Real Estate

Best places in the US to live if your Child has Special Needs

Looking for a place to raise your family? When deciding where to live, the factors considered often include the quality schools and commuting options. However, for parents of special needs children, there are deeper deciding factors. Whether you are looking for real estate in Sarasota, Florida, or Dallas Texas, the quality of care and support …

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October 26, 2016 • Real Estate

This or That? A Real Estate Walk-Through Roundup

Our weekly “This or That?” posts over on RealEstateAgent Facebook every Wednesday get a lot of attention – so we’ve decided to create an entire blog post with a roundup of “This or That?” choices from the front of the house to the back. First up: As you approach a property, do you prefer a …

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July 15, 2016 • Real Estate

The Four Types of Real Estate Clients You Might be Better off Without

Every real estate agent knows how hard it can be to deal with clients who seem to not understand the process at all. However, even fairly in-the-game seeming clients can fall into one or more of these four categories, and learning to recognize the signs early can save you a number of headaches. The Smart …

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