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5 Ways to Sell “Potential” in a Home

5 Ways to Sell “Potential” in a Home May 31, 2016 Here are 5 wonderful ways to inspire a buyer to see the potential in your home and buy it! 1.)  If you are like most sellers you are already aware of the most popular staging tips which remain relevant because they work so well […]

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Dealing with Spring Allergies

Welcome to Spring! Welcome to Kleenex! Welcome to allergies! Allergy specialists are predicting that this will be one of the worst allergy seasons in a decade — and no area of the country will be spared. To blame: the weather. Some parts of the country it’s been extra snowy and wet; other parts unusually warm […]

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SURVIVING A KITCHEN AND BATH REMODEL-101

So you’ve decided to remodel your kitchen and/or bathroom.  If there are two rooms essential for everyday living and basic needs, those would be it.  Now, before you renovate and put your lives in total dissaray, here are some important things to consider and plan.  These simple solutions will keep your sanity and save you money […]

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TOP 10 MYTHS ABOUT REAL ESTATE AGENTS

    Just when you think you’ve found out everything you need to know about the “dirty, little secrets agents don’t want you to know” from bazillions of misinformed and, in all fairness, probably well meaning Web sites, here’s what you really need to know: Forget the hype. Forget the books you need to buy, […]

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EVER WONDER…HOW DO MILLIONAIRES GET TO BE MILLIONAIRES? READ THIS.

Guess what America’s self-made millionaires have in common? Most of them make budgets. One of the first personal finance books I ever read was The Millionaire Next Door. If you’re looking for one of the best millionaire books around, this is it. The authors, Thomas Stanley and Wiliam Danko, are professors who devoted their careers […]

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How to furnish your home on a budget for any style!

So you have this great new house that you love but either you don’t have enough furniture to fill it or it is a completely different style from your last place and the traditional oak and brass dining set doesn’t fit your awesome new contemporary pad.  Or, you are ready to upgrade from college furniture […]

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21 Ways to Save On Your Remodel

Increase efficiency, not size. If you can reorganize and equip your kitchen for maximum utility, you may not need to blow out the walls to gain square footage. Start by replacing space–hogging shelves with cabinet–height pullout drawers 8 inches wide, containing racks for canned goods and other items. “You’re getting three or more horizontal planes […]

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Do’s and Dont’s Of Meeting New Neighbors

So you’ve just moved into a great house in a new neighborhood.  You used to have such great friends at your old house but now it’s time to start over and begin a new chapter.  How do you do this?  Sometimes it just happens naturally, sometimes it can be awkward.  On the flip side, you […]

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