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Richard Weisser gives us the three keys to sell a house faster. If you've been longing to lessen the stay of a property on for sale lists, then this post is a must-read. It will impart information on the roles played by price, condition, and availability to sell a house or property. Do you want t...
03/29/2013
Are end units better choices than other units? Buying a condo unit is similar to buying other types of dwelling places. It also requires consideration of factors that will likely influence a buyer's choice. Jennifer Fivelsdal explains why there are times when end units are better choices. Is an e...
03/21/2013
Research is a great tool to find out about our clients. It's like widening the array of information to some favorable extent leading to valuable conversations during meetings. Colleen Cotter's post gives us some tips on how we can research client information from leading online resources. When yo...
03/21/2013
Katrina Rockel's blog post rocks with informative tips that every home buyer should know and every agent should share with their buying clients. A lot of times, first time home buyers get overwhelmed by beauty, appeal, and prices which lure them into forgetting important aspects that will lead th...
03/19/2013
Home repairs are necessary to get a house sold. It is needed to satisfy the buyer, but then not all buyers come satisfied by the fixed done even if they were done as requested.  In this post by Peter den Boer, we are taken into a situation when buyers disagree with repairs and fixes they themselv...
03/18/2013
Who says winter is the only time of the year to experience the cooling effects of ice? Not in the City of Bowie in Maryland. Through its Ice Arena, the city is able to provide a chilling spot for its residents all year round. Serving the city residents since 1971, it started out as a seasonal fac...
03/15/2013
We’ve got too bombarded by write ups suggesting the consideration of style, design, and architecture of the house during purchase. While they are worthy considerations, a home purchase does not always entail these factors. More than the paint, furnishing, and other aesthetic elements – there’s mo...
03/13/2013
With market reports being released one after another, many of us still ask where real estate is headed. Rosemary Brook's post gives us a very positive take on the industry and imparts some ideas on how to get pumped up. Some may ask where did I get this positivity from! Some may already know! It ...
03/11/2013
Conveniently located on the campus of The University of Maryland, College Park Towers is a place of comfort to many students who are attending classes at the academe. On this 2-building condominium are 204 units boasting of elegance and aesthetic appeal. They are originally apartments before they...
03/10/2013
As much as we want to tour buyers in and out our homes, know in this blog post by Larry and Sheila why you should refrain from staying in your house during an open house.         We know our house better than anyone else, Why Shouldn't We Stay Around During Our Open House? Realtors Larry and Shei...
03/10/2013
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