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Home Improvement Projects for Selling Your Home

Every family knows when it is time to think about moving. Whether your family has outgrown your home or you just aren’t happy, there will always be a time when you have the realization that it is time to move. But before you put your home on the residential sales market, it might be a good idea to

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Tips for a Successful Open House

Think of your open house as your home’s introduction to buyers, other sellers, and real estate agents. This is the first time these people will be seeing your house so it is extremely important to put its best foot forward and to make a good first impression. Here are some things you should be doing

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Tips for Selling Your House While Living There

We have all heard about the wonders of curb appeal, but there is more to selling your house than just the outside. Residential sales are not just about selling the exterior of a property, but selling what a home could mean to a potential buyer. So here are some tips for selling your house as

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What to Expect After You’ve Bought Your First Home

One of the most rewarding things that you go through as a new home owner is learning the make repairs yourself. To break out your new tool box and try everything you can to fix that clogged drain or leaky faucet is an extremely rewarding experience. Within your first few years of owning your own

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The Realities of Selling a Condo

Most people assume that selling a condo is exactly like selling a single-family house. But there are some major differences that buyers and sellers should know before putting their condo on the market.

Staging Your Residential Home

We have all heard about home staggers as a possible way to sell your residential home in a timely manner. The average home can stay on the market for one to three months. That same home, once staged, can spend up to 73 percent less time sitting on the market. Staging is a residential home

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Upgrading Your House for Resale: How Much is too Much?

Your house has been on the market for more than six months and the frustration is mounting, what do you do? If your house isn’t drawing as much attention on the residential sales market, there are several things you should do in order to make your home more marketable.

Downsizing to Smaller Homes

In years gone by, buying a bigger house was seen as a status symbol.People typically bought big houses to show they could afford bigger bills, bigger families, and bigger maintenance fees. But in recent years, people have been downsizing to smaller homes in an attempt to win the war against stuff. The old adage is

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Looking to Buy a Rancher in Eldersburg? Home for sale!

NEW PRICE! Now listed for $279,500! “Charming 4BR/2BA Rancher w/ Attached Garage in Liberty High School District! Hardwoods throughout Freshly Painted First Floor. Rear Deck looks out to Huge Yard! Spacious Finished Basement w/ additional Full Bath & Potential 4th BR/Office/Den! *Sellers Offering Carpet Allowance*. Electric, Heat Pump, Septic & Windows are recently added! Large

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Selling Tips: Top Rooms for Renovation

Are you starting to think about selling your home? If you are, you’re in good company. More than 4 million homes are sold each year in America, and that adds up to a lot of competition. Even if you’re in the beginning stages of putting your home on the market, it’s important to think about

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