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October 17, 2017 • Real Estate Holiday Related

It’s Fall, and that Means Cobwebs in Homes Across the USA!

Everyone has seen them – the wispy clusters in the corners by the ceiling, behind furniture, and around electrical cords running around the wall.  What are cobwebs, where do they come from, how are they made, and when are they most likely to appear? Most importantly, which method is best for getting rid of them? …

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October 12, 2017 • Real Estate Trends

Floating Homes Around the World

A floating home is the perfect midway between life on a boat and life on dry land. It’s a more reasonable approach to ‘life on the water’, and many people have begun choosing summer homes like floating houses over buying a boat or renting a tropical bungalow. In case you’re tempted by a floating house, …

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October 3, 2017 • Family Tips for Real Estate

October is Fire Prevention Month!

According to national statistics, more people are injured and killed in house fires than any other kind of fire. Over 4,000 Americans are killed yearly in house fires, and many of these occur in the fall and wintertime, when people are cooped up inside and heaters/ovens are on more often. October is fire prevention month, …

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July 25, 2017 • Real Estate Around the Country

The Many Homes of Sarasota Florida

Real estate agents in Sarasota, Florida, will tell you the town has more to offer than its rich history and interesting people. The architecture in this town tells a story, and each with over a century’s worth of decorative structures, homes, and monuments, there is a lot of ground to cover. Whether you’re just visiting …

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June 27, 2017 • Home Improvement, Home Selling Tips

6 Areas You Should Renovate Before Selling Your Home

The first step to selling your house is assessing the issues, and dealing with them before you receive interested home buyers. No potential home buyer wants to walk into a real estate and see that the bathroom has a broken faucet, or a faulty water heater. However, once all the obvious fixes are done, what …

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