August 2019

Found 3 blog entries for August 2019.


On Friday, I posted had a post about Zillow being like WebMD and it got me thinking about how easy it can be with the influx of new technology and web based solutions to think you can buy or sell a home. It isn't a surprise that everything is moving fast into the era of the internet. From sites like Uber to Grubhub, we generally can pull up our phones or laptops to order what we want with ease. With every industry being revolutionized by technology, the same methods are "attempting" to be applied to the real estate industry. 

We could all agree that the simplification of the process through paperwork would be much appreciated by agents and buyers/sellers alike; but the attempt of replacing the agent by

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The warm nights are starting to turn cool and on some trees the leafs are ever so slightly beginning to turn.  As the ice cream drips down the cone in your kids hand standing on the lawn of the Capital, you are yearning for the days of quiet and school to begin. I remember the days I would beg to go school shopping so I could have the latest Trapper Keeper or the cool colored folders. I know my mom would tear her hair out especially with 3 kids grabbing things in all different directions.  I'm happy to say we only added a few grey hairs every year she had to shop with us. ;)   

I've got you covered on how to make this less stressful and enjoy that last bit of summer. 

When does your school begin? 

You might be sitting pool side right now

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If you’re preparing to sell your home, curb appeal should be a priority. When someone is walking by or coming to your open house, the outside of your home is the first thing they will see. First Impressions Matter!  If there is no curb appeal, potential buyers may never even set foot in your home. Instead of ignoring your home’s outdoor appearance, consider making some budget-friendly changes that can add appeal to your home without breaking the bank. 

1. Landscape Your Walkway

Create a smooth transition from the street to your front door. A clear path will allow a potential buyer’s eye to look straight to your home, rather than stopping to concentrate on unkept landscaping. Clean your walkway, weed your landscape, trim back over grown

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