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How To Get Comfortable Living In A New Neighborhood
Posted on 01/15/2020
How To Get Comfortable Living In A New Neighborhood
It doesn’t matter if you’re moving down the street or across the country, moving into a new neighborhood can be hard. You want to make your new property, and new area feel like home. Relocation is always a challenge. There are a few things you can do to make the transition smoother for your family. Meeting people and learning...
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How to Develop Raw Land Outside of the City
Posted on 01/08/2020
How to Develop Raw Land Outside of the City
Photo by RTImages via Shutterstock Buying raw land with the intent to build can be exciting, but there are many things to consider before you make the purchase final. Building requirements: From soil type, building setback requirements, electrical accessibility, well drilling, sewer placement and everything in between, learn what needs to be done and planned before beginning the...
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How to Expedite the Home Selling Journey
Posted on 01/01/2020
How to Expedite the Home Selling Journey
The home selling journey may prove to be long and arduous, particularly for those who fail to plan ahead. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to expedite the house selling cycle and quickly achieve your desired results. Let's take a look at three tips to help you accelerate the home selling journey. 1. Understand Your Target Audience...
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Is Your Home's Initial Asking Price Realistic?
Posted on 12/25/2019
Is Your Home's Initial Asking Price Realistic?
A home seller must consider the initial asking price of his or her residence closely. Because if a home seller sets an unrealistic initial asking price, he or she risks alienating potential buyers. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you set a realistic initial asking price for your house. 1. Review the Local Housing Market...
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How Many Open House Events Should You Attend?
Posted on 12/18/2019
How Many Open House Events Should You Attend?
Attending open houses is common for property buyers in cities and towns nationwide. However, there is no set number of open houses that a homebuyer will need to attend to discover his or her dream residence. In some instances, a buyer may find the ideal home after attending his or her first open house. Or, a buyer may attend...
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24 Thorpe Street, Fairfield, CT 06824 now has a new price of $499,900!
Posted on 12/14/2019
24 Thorpe Street, Fairfield, CT 06824 now has a new price of $499,900!
Stop paying someone else's mortgage! Fantastic Mixed Use Building! Walk across the street to Star Bucks and the Fairfield Train Station. Perfect for Lawyers, Accountants, Architects and other professionals. You can also live here or rent out the upstairs, which has a separate entrance. Pristine, turn key space that includes 4 office spaces, kitchenette, Reception Area, Conference Room, 1st floor handicap lavatory, handicap lift and handicap parking in rear. New roof, furnace, and carpeting and freshly painted inside and outside. Basement storage as well as possible attic expansion for a third floor. Off street parking in the rear as well...
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Save Money on Home Improvements
Posted on 12/11/2019
Save Money on Home Improvements
To maximize the value of your house, you may need to perform a wide range of home improvements. Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to ensure you won't have to break your budget to upgrade your residence before you add it to the real estate market. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you save...
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Video Tour  - 73 Boston Terrace, Bridgeport, CT 06610
Posted on 12/09/2019
Video Tour - 73 Boston Terrace, Bridgeport, CT 06610
Three bedroom Cape with enclosed front porch and rear enclosed porch of the kitchen. Newer appliances in kitchen. Hardwood floors up and down. Level, totally fenced in back yard with detached 1-car...
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73 Boston Terrace, Bridgeport, CT 06610 is now new to the market!
Posted on 12/09/2019
73 Boston Terrace, Bridgeport, CT 06610 is now new to the market!
Three bedroom Cape with enclosed front porch and rear enclosed porch of the kitchen. Newer appliances in kitchen. Hardwood floors up and down. Level, totally fenced in back yard with detached 1-car...
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Should You Forgo a Property Inspection?
Posted on 12/04/2019
Should You Forgo a Property Inspection?
If a seller approves your offer to purchase his or her house, conducting a home inspection likely will be the next step of the property buying cycle. Although you may have the option to forgo a house inspection, you should not avoid this evaluation. Because if you forgo a home inspection, you may wind up purchasing a house that...
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Good and Bad Plants for Homes with Pets
Posted on 11/27/2019
Good and Bad Plants for Homes with Pets
Plants can enhance the look and feel of your home, and some can even improve your indoor air quality. But if you have pets, you need to be selective about the plants you bring into your home. Choosing the right plants allows you to enjoy a lush indoor herb garden or a striking bowl of succulents without worrying...
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Have You Fallen in Love With a Foreclosed Property? Here's What You Need to Know
Posted on 11/20/2019
Have You Fallen in Love With a Foreclosed Property? Here's What You Need to Know
Photo by Paul Brennan via Pixabay If you're like many prospective homeowners who've been looking at listings lately in preparation for moving forward with purchasing property, you've noticed listings for foreclosures. Some people in your position are attracted by the idea of saving money on foreclosures, while others may simply have fallen in love with a home that...
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