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5 Ways to Improve Real Estate Marketing to Seniors

In 2020, more than 39 percent of homebuyers were over 55 years old, according to the National...

Digital Marketing for Real Estate Agents: 5 Rules to Know

Digital marketing works. There’s no getting around it. For something that didn’t exist just a...

5 Steps To A Healthier Home

Being healthy at home isn’t just about your diet. Sure, healthy eating is a wonderful...

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Entering the Real Estate Market

Real estate can be a tricky market to master. If you’re buying your first starter home or buying...

Home Improvement: Adding Flare to a Builder Grade Home

Purchasing a new home an exciting, emotional experience – and going with a professional builder...

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6 Questions to Ask Your REALTOR® When Buying a Home

When it comes to buying a home, one of the most important steps you can take is choosing a knowledgeable, professional REALTOR®. From the first meeting…

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Does it Pay to Invest in a Tiny Home?

Tiny houses, single family dwellings of 500 feet or less, have been growing in popularity over the past decade, particularly among retirees looking to…

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Looking to Buy a Home? 3 Ways to Up Your Credit Game

If you’re in the market for a house then you’re in the market for a loan, and the best way to lock down a good interest rate on that loan is to…

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Negotiate Like a Pro in 4 Steps

Buying a home? These four steps will help you negotiate like a pro!

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5 Tasks to Tackle Before Closing Day

You’ve finally reached the home stretch, and Closing Day is right around the corner! Before taking another step, though, be sure to tackle and complete…

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Top Tips for Moving with Pets

Did you know that the U.S. is home to 70 to 80 million dogs? That number is even surpassed by cats, chiming in between 74 and 96 million. Chances are,…

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The Scoop on Zero Down Payment Mortgages

For millions of Americans, the idea of saving upwards of 20% for a down payment on a traditional mortgage seems impossible. After spending hundreds or…

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Boost Your Emergency Fund in 6 Steps

According to financial experts, it’s a good idea to have six months to a year’s worth of savings set aside to cover emergencies that may occur. If you…

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Top Ten Features of a Sustainable Home

Our homes are more than just a canvas for decoration; they are our biggest expense. The average household can spend $5,575 on utility expenses in just…

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Money Saving Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

Purchasing a home can be fraught with unexpected expenses, especially for first-time buyers. If you are in the market for your first home, avoid costly…

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Buying Your First Home During Uncertain Times

Buying your first home in the best of times is a major life decision. Buying your first home during uncertain times can be a truly terrifying prospect…

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Home-Buying Is an Emotional Process

We know the feeling.

You walk in through the front door of a home for sale, and you immediately sense that this could be the one. This could be where…

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Wellness Week: Healthy Cooking

We're spending more time in the kitchen than ever before. If you've taken some of our gentle advice to heart and have organized your kitchen space,…

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