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How Paint Can Transform a Home For Sale

Posted by Kelsey Fulton on December 09, 2015 in  Selling Your Home
How Paint Can Transform A Home For Sale Paint is an inexpensive and essential tool to transform almost any room in your home. DAVID MARINE The following is a guest post from Patti Stern of PJ & Company Staging and Interior Decorating. Not sure which update to tackle first when preparing to list your home for sale? When we walk into a client’s home, almost always the first suggestion we make is a fresh coat of paint in the most important living areas. Paint provides an instant “boost” ... read more
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The Top 2 Home Improvement Project Buyers Want!

How to do it on a budget
Posted by Kelsey Fulton on December 03, 2015 in  Home Decor  Selling Your Home
The Top 2 Home Improvement Projects Buyers Want, And How to Do It On a Budget Sellers that are on a budget, or are crunched for time, may not be able to make a lot of updates to their home prior to listing. We look at the top two home improvement projects buyers want by ROI, and how to implement them on a budget. MELINA GILLIES It’s no secret that updates to a home increase its value on the real estate market. However, choosing the right home improvement projects can be a challenge if you are short on time... read more
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What is Radon and What can Be done to Remediation It

Radon is a naturally occurring, colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemicallyi
Posted by Kelsey Fulton on November 25, 2015 in  Buying a Home  Community  Home Decor  Selling Your Home
What is Radon and What Can Be Done to Remediate It? Radon is a naturally occurring, colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water. Several types of tests are available to assess the levels in your home. FRANK DOLSKI What is Radon? It is a naturally occurring, colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas. Radon is formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water. ... read more
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Moving: What's Good About it, What's Hard

There is a silver lining when it comes to moving
Posted by Kelsey Fulton on November 23, 2015 in  Buying a Home  Selling Your Home
Moving: What’s Good About What’s Hard There is a silver lining when it comes to moving. LINDSAY LISTANSKI No doubt about it, moving is hard: the time, the money, the stress. Whether you’re moving across town or across the country, you have many of the same problems, only at different levels of intensity. Sure, moving brings on new adventures and opportunities, but it’s tough to see those things when you’re neck deep in boxes and bubble wrap. Even if the move is welcomed, it can be ... read more
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The List of Pet Peeves That Turn Homebuyers Off- And How to Avoid Them

Even if your home is priced right and in a desirable location, you may be offending potential buyers without ever knowing!
Posted by Kelsey Fulton on November 22, 2015 in  News  Selling Your Home
The List of Pet Peeves That Turn Homebuyers Off — And How to Avoid Them Even if your home is priced right and in a desirable location, you may be offending potential buyers without ever knowing it. Here is our list of pet peeves that can turn a buyer off — and how to avoid them when selling your home. MELINA GILLIES When someone is searching for a home to buy, gut instinct and first impressions are crucial to making a positive impact. Even if your home ticks all the boxes for you, there is a chance y... read more
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