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Last updated: April 18, 2018 • Real Estate Agent Career

The Life of a Real Estate Agent

There’s no such thing as a typical day in the life of a real estate agent; since they do their schedule according to their clients’ free time, agent X’s Sunday can be very different from agent Y’s Sunday. And, activities wise, it all depends on their specialty – the life of a real estate agent …

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Last updated: April 10, 2018 • First Time Home Buyer

First Time Home Buyer Tips: What to Look for When Purchasing Your First Home

Desire. It is the most significant reason that a person chooses to buy a home for the first time. For some home buyers who enjoy financial freedom, it is a privilege. For others, it is a goal that is not so easily accomplished, but well worth the undertaking once achieved. According to research by the …

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Last updated: December 17, 2018 • Open House Tips

5 Tips for Staging Homes for Winter Sales

Winter can be a hard time to sell homes, especially when the front yard is lacking its flower garden and the snow is taking away from the lawn’s curb appeal. But there are ways to stage an open house in the wintertime, especially with a bit of creativity. Real estate agents knows that putting emphasis …

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Last updated: February 6, 2019 • 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: April 20, 2018 • Celebrity Real Estate

2016 Continues its Cull of Legendary Artists with Death of Gene Wilder

Prolific actor Gene Wilder, well known for his starring roles in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Young Frankenstein, and Blazing Saddles, died in his Stamford, Connecticut real estate on August 29th saying goodbye to the celebrities. The loss is felt keenly by greats in the film industry, including producer / director Mel Brooks, who …

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