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Tech Tools to Empower Homebuyers

The 21st century homebuyer is powerful. They’re well equipped, informed and ready to fight for their dream homes. Still, with all the tech tools the buyer has at hand – nothing beats having an experienced, knowledgeable real estate agent in your homebuying corner. Here are 3 ways today’s buyer can better prepare to partner with the right agent.

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Should You Sell Your Home Or Rent It Out?

Sometimes, you decide exactly when you’d like to move. Other times, life swoops in and decides for you. Your company might transfer you, a family emergency might require relocation, or you might finally find the love of your life—three states over. Should you sell your house or hang on to it as a rental property? Here are 5 important considerations.

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Finding the Perfect Home Together

If you and your partner are house hunting, don’t let the stress of shopping for a new home dampen your romance. With two different opinions driving the purchase process, it can create disagreements. Here are some tips for finding your perfect home — together.

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Tidying Up Tips Hit the Housing Market

Millions of people around the world have been binge watching the hit Netflix show with superstar organizing consultant Marie Kondo. If you haven’t watched the show yet, then the KonMari Method is all about sparking joy. The tidying-up trend can give sellers and buyers the gentle nudge needed to organize their personal spaces or clean up their financial houses before showings or placing a bid.

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7 Red Flags of a Bad Neighborhood

Finally, you’ve done it: You’ve scoured the market for available homes and found one you can’t stop thinking about. It’s time to make an offer! But before you put your money on the line, take a peek around the neighborhood. A bad neighborhood isn’t always obvious; sometimes you need to do a little digging to know […]

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5 Reasons to Start an Indoor Winter Garden

Baby, it’s cold outside! But that doesn’t mean you have to give up your green thumb until spring. Bring the outside beauty of nature indoors this winter with an indoor garden space – it not only adds natural beauty to a home but also supplies edible herbs to spice up those winter meals. Here are 5 reasons […]

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5 Winter Projects To Prep for Your Best Spring Garden Yet

Just because the summer gardening season is over doesn’t mean you can’t plan to get your hands dirty next spring! Use winter to evaluate (or re-evaluate) your spring gardening goals and then set yourself up for success to grow your best harvest yet! If you’re new to gardening, don’t fret. Here are some tips we put together to help you get started on 5 winter projects to do now

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2018 Home Sales Cool Off, While Inventory Recovers, Price Increases Continue

December’s declining home sales and growing inventory solidified 2018, as the year the red-hot seller’s market moved towards a balanced market. Price growth also moderated, though December was the 33rd consecutive month of year-over-year increases in home prices, according to the December 2018 RE/MAX National Housing Report, which includes 53 metro areas.

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