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Last updated: September 18, 2019 • Open House Tips

Home Staging Tips and Tricks To Sell Your Next Listing FAST!

Buying a home and selling is a competitive market which is why every inch of a home needs to be analyzed for profit margin. Home staging is a useful real estate marketing strategy that allows real estate agents and homeowners an advantage over the competition. Not only can home staging elevate your home’s appeal aesthetically, …

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Last updated: January 31, 2019 • Home Improvement

Window Tinting Your Home: Do or Don’t?

Chances are, whoever you talk to will have an opinion on window tinting. Some people are very pro-tint, while others have sworn it off entirely in favor of the clear, paned glass they’re used to. While it certainly isn’t for everyone, it’s always a good idea for home renovation to consider when you’re assessing your …

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Last updated: January 24, 2019 • Home Buying Tips

4 Tips for Buying a Home as a Millennial

It’s just not your mom’s real estate market anymore! As the millennial generation gets older, many of the typical adult goals start lining up, demanding to be met. Finishing college, getting married, buying homes, and having children are just a few, but many young people are beginning to shy away from the idea of buying …

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Last updated: January 24, 2019 • Celebrity Real Estate

Oscar Showcase: Meryl Streep’s Many Mansions

Meryl Streep is a name that’s famous around the globe. This famous actress and philanthropist has made an impact on everything from the movie industry to the humanities. Starting off in Broadway, Meryl slowly but surely climbed the ranks and became the most well-known and awarded actress ever recorded. Best known for her roles in …

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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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