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Are You Game To Live On Candy Cane Lane?

If you watched last night’s Halloween-themed episode of This Is Us, you saw Randall making a map of the “good houses” before the kids set out for trick-or-treating. Every neighborhood has them. You know, the houses that go all out … Continue reading

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Nextdoor: a Pro-Con List

The growth of Nextdoor has been nothing short of amazing. Current numbers show that it’s currently in 160,000 homes, has expanded to the Netherlands and the UK, and has just launched in Germany, according to¬†TechCrunch. But it’s not without its … Continue reading

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City Or Suburbs: Where Should You Buy A Home?

Getting ready to buy your first home? You’re probably caught in that age-old dilemma of whether to buy in the city or move to the suburbs. There are plenty of reports out there that detail how millennials want to stay … Continue reading

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A Heartfelt Way to Say Hello to Your New Neighbors

Don’t worry about a perfect presentation – a heartfelt note and a simple treat create a wonderful welcome to the neighborhood. “Click here to read.”

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Moving To The Country: 8 Points To Consider Before Buying Rural Property

1. Analyze Your Location Not surprisingly, location is an incredibly important aspect to consider before purchasing any piece of land. You’ll want to make sure that you’re in the right area, because settling in the wrong place and lead to … Continue reading

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Americans Think Homeownership Is a Sound Investment

A vast majority of Americans believe that buying a home is a solid financial decision, and most believe they could sell their home for at least its initial purchase price, according to a new survey from the National Association of … Continue reading

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Three Foolproof Ways to Choose Your Neighborhood and Up Your Value

Deciding where to buy a home can be one of the most difficult decisions to make. If you have a built-in reason to choose one area over another (it’s close to work; it’s where you grew up and you’re emotionally … Continue reading

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Smaller Remodeling Jobs Deliver Better ROI

Your home may need some work, but that doesn’t mean you want to lose money on it when you sell. Click here to read article.

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Buyers’ Remorse

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What Do You Want in a Neighborhood?

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