Monthly Archives: November 2016

Top Tips for Selling Your House in Fall and Winter

The temperature is dropping, the leaves are changing, and pumpkin spice everything has taken over the world. With fall color and produce so prominent at this time of year, you may be tempted to load up your home with an … Continue reading

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October 2016 Real Estate Activities

        There were 12 recorded solds for October, with 2 being “private sales.” The lowest entry level home was on Somerset Pl for $1,338,000 @ $474/sqft! We have not seen $/sqft below $500 in 7 months!!! The … Continue reading

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The Student Loan Debt Dilemma

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Et Tu, Draperies? The Rise of Roman Shades

Sometimes, regular blinds just won’t cut it. Your living space is warm and inviting, or bright and energetic, and adding regular or faux wood blinds feels a little too ordinary. You need a little more character, a little more texture, … Continue reading

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Affordability Facts

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HOA Target, Process & Objective

The lack of communication is often one of the biggest complaints that many boards receive. Yet, good communication is a fundamental imperative of every homeowner association. If the board is to succeed with its objectives, it needs cooperation from the … Continue reading

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Limited Supply Spurs Higher Prices in Third Quarter

Persistent supply shortages throughout the country led to slightly faster home price appreciation during the third quarter, according to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of REALTORS®. The report also revealed that seven of the 10 most expensive … Continue reading

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First-Time Buyers Find Fewer New Homes to Choose From

There’s more bad news out there for first-time buyers—that is, besides the rising home prices, lack of properties on the market, and bidding wars. Click here to read article.

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What’s in a Color?

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