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Last updated: March 7, 2018 • Home Improvement

7 DIY Home Improvement Projects you can do This Winter

Because people spend so much time indoors, renovating and improving the aesthetics of the home can make it a more enjoyable space to live in. Winter is a great time for home improvement, especially when the renovations will save energy or make the house easier to live in. Selling a home during the colder months …

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Last updated: March 13, 2018 • Home Buying Tips

The Best – and Worst – Times to Buy a Home

When is the best time of the year to buy a home? What is the worst? Statistically speaking, there are two days out of the year that are the rock bottom worst to finalize a home sale, one month you should try to avoid at all costs, two days that are gold when it comes to …

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Last updated: March 13, 2018 • Open House Tips

Scents that Attract Home Buyers During an Open House in the Fall & Winter Months

Believe it or not, when a person walks into a home for the first time, the smell that first resonates, is the memory they will hold in their mind moving forward about the home they have entered. It is their “first impression” for the house, therefore it’s important that their first impression or in this …

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Last updated: May 9, 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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Last updated: January 17, 2017 • Real Estate History

The Winter White House

While the debate is hot and heavy over who will be moving into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when the Obamas’ lease on the White House is up, one Presidential candidate already lives in what was originally meant to be the Winter White House – a retreat from the cold and snow of New England winter months …

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