Day in the Life of a Realtor

As a Realtor, your job is to meet them in the office and listen and listen. It is so important because if you do not, you waste their time and yours.

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Weekend Projects: Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal

“Curb appeal,” Sherri Sapp said. “It is all about curb appeal. If you cannot get them in the front door, you cannot sell them your house.”

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For Sale Signs Popping Up Like Spring Time Flowers But Not as Many as Last Year

May is the time when sellers put out the for sale signs in hope of closing the deal before the end of summer by marketing their properties.

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Why Sellers Should Consider a Pre-Inspection

More than 85 percent of home buyers request an inspection as a way to uncover hidden faults and costly repairs that may need to be taken care of.

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Thankfulness and Varied Work Experiences Create Dedicated Real Estate Agent

This blessed Last Frontier with not even a million humans as its population is my home and your home in the largest state of our American Union.

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Title Insurance: Why Does A Buyer Need It?

Homeowner’s insurance protects against loss from fire, theft title insurance protects against hidden title hazards that may threaten your home.

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Choosing the Right Realtor

If you are buying or selling, start by hiring your own Realtor. Remember, this is a job interview and should be treated as such.

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Soap, Water and Some Elbow Grease Essential for Successful Home Staging

Cool said new furniture and new furniture only should be used in staging a home. Place a formal table setting out on a dining table with placemats.

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Congratulations On Your Decision To Purchase A Home!

Even though you might qualify up to a certain dollar amount, you may not be comfortable with the monthly mortgage payment that with that preapproval amount.

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I Love Real Estate

Not everyone has this opinion, but everyone has an opinion about real estate. Real estate is a great conversation starter no matter where you are.

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