Tag Archives: Real Estate

Rent Burden On The Rise

The world has changed and renting has changed right along with it. Renting has long been the traditional first-step toward home ownership and, in later life, a lifestyle-simplifying option for long-term property owners intent on liberating equity. “Click here to … Continue reading

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Get Your Home Summer Ready Now Before It Gets Scorching

Do you live in a part of the country that’s still dealing with sub-zero temps? Maybe you’re lucky enough to be in that in-between place where you don’t have to run your heater or your air conditioning – for at … Continue reading

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Death And Taxes: Not Always Inevitable

Question. My husband recently died of a massive heart attack, leaving me a widow at a young age. I was thrust into a new life status that was not my choice or my desire. I believe I am being penalized … Continue reading

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Will The Stock Market Affect Your Home Purchase?

The wild stock market of the past week has sent some into a panic and caused many others to take a closer look at their financial picture. But what is the stock market’s impact on real estate, and should you … Continue reading

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Renovation Tips For A Classic, Not Trendy, Home

Here’s the dilemma. You’re getting ready to redo your kitchen and you want it to be stylish and modern but not trendy. After all, this is the only kitchen renovation you ever plan to do and you don’t want it … Continue reading

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Tips For Negotiating With Sellers

If you dread the negotiating process when buying a home, never fear. Your real estate agent is an experienced negotiator who helps keep the bargaining from becoming emotional and veering off track. Your agent must know your desires by heart … Continue reading

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2018 Interior Home Design Trends

As we have closed the door on 2017, it’s time to look ahead at home trends in 2018. Interior designers, experts at Pantone, and researchers for home décor websites have predicted what’s hot for the upcoming year and what trends are … Continue reading

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7 Lighting Trends For 2018 That Will Instantly Update Your Space

If there’s one thing that can make your home look dated, it’s lighting. Old fixtures, out-of-style chandeliers, and lighting that detracts from instead of highlighting key features in your home can make it look drab or overdue for updates. “Click … Continue reading

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How Much Commute Is Too Much Commute?

Rising home prices send buyers further out of the city in search of an affordable home – or more home than they can swing closer to where they had rather be. It’s an age-old tale and one that forces buyers … Continue reading

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Declutter Thinking to Increase Productivity

Whether you acknowledged the new year by decluttering your home or not, decluttering physical space is second in importance to regularly and deliberately decluttering the space between your ears. “Click here to read.”

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