Safety First When Decorating for the Holidays

This being my last article until after the New Year, I want to wish all my friends a Happy Chanukah, Merry Christmas and most of all a Very Happy and Healthy New Year. I hope you all get everything you wish for. This post is being written to remind you when decorating for the holidays.. read more →

Study: FSBOs Net ‘Significantly’ Lower Profits

For-sale-by-owners tend to sell their homes for lower prices than homes sold through traditional agents via the MLS, and in many cases below the average differential represented by the prevailing commission rate, according to a new study by Collateral Analytics. The study examined the price differences between homes sold through traditional agents versus those sold by FSBOs.. read more →

Tax Season: What New Homeowners Can Expect

No one wants to think about government paperwork, especially when your hand still aches from signing the 977 forms required to buy your first house? But listen up: As a new homeowner, you can typically wave bye-bye to the 1040-EZ form and say hi to itemizing your deductions on Schedule A. That means you can combine.. read more →

A New Year of Possibilities When Buying or Selling Your Home

Dear Friends, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a happy healthy and prosperous New Year! As we welcome in 2017, I am anticipating a strong Real Estate Market. Buyers, there is no time like the present to find that perfect home. Interest rates are still low, enabling you.. read more →

Make Every Day ‘Give Your Stuff Away Day’

Since your stuff might not be someone else’s find and can muck up your curb appeal, opt for other great ways to give away your stuff all year long: 1. Use Freecycle. You join online and post a description of the stuff you want to be rid of. Members email telling you they want your.. read more →

Your Home Repair Checklist for a Stress Free Winter

With Thanksgiving right around the corner and winter not too far away, now is the time to take care of all those annoying little repairs you’ve been putting off and get started on your home repair checklist. These minor repairs can make a big difference in the way you and your home get through the.. read more →

What is a SRES and Why Do I Need One?

A SRES is a Seniors Real Estate Specialist. If you are age 50 and over and considering selling or buying a home you may find that working with a SRES may be beneficial to you.  An SRES is someone who has studied and understands the nuances of the real estate market that best serves the.. read more →

12 Top Reasons for Selling Your Home During the Holidays

Hello Friend and Colleague, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very Happy, Healthy, and Safe Holiday Season. In addition, I would like you to know that the holidays are a great time to sell your home. Attached you will find a list of the “12 Top Reasons.. read more →

Make A Home Emergency Preparedness Kit

Putting together a home emergency preparedness kit you hope never to use may seem like a waste of time and money. But when disasters happen that are beyond your control, you can take charge of how you respond. Items for an emergency preparedness kit Store all items in an easy-to-carry bag or suitcase that’s readily.. read more →

Receive the Service And Dedication You Deserve When Buying or Selling Your Home

Now is a great time for setting into motion the buying or selling of your home. The New Year will be here before you know it, and I would love to assist you with the details as your Realtor. Buyers who work with me get an agent who cares; one who is concerned and enthusiastic about.. read more →

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