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What you need to know about the New England real estate and lending market.

Should I Hire My Own Real Estate Agent When Buying a New Home?

April 19, 2021

The short answer to this question is YES, you should.

Though you might feel as if you have enough knowledge about real estate and can find information you need by doing research, there are many reasons to hire your own agent. 

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Drones in Real Estate Marketing

September 21, 2020

It is no secret amongst real estate agents that competition continues to grow.  Agents not only have to possess strong communication and networking skills, they need to look ahead and be on top of the newest technology and tools available to them.  Buyers and sells expect more and more out of their agents and the results that they produce.

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Stay The Course. A Reality Check in House Hunting

August 07, 2020

It is no secret to anyone watching the housing market that within just the past year, the sales of new homes have increased to the highest level we have seen in over a decade.  For anyone currently looking to become a homebuyer, this news puts more of a strain on the process, which can quickly lead to heartache and frustration. 

In this current market, you need to be aggressive in your search and in your offers.  There is no time for procrastination.

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Enhance Your Curb Appeal

February 10, 2020

The inside of your home might be newly renovated with new appliances, fresh pain and newly finished hardwood floors, but if your home is lacking curb appeal, you may never get potential buyers inside your front door.  Your home’s exterior, along with your lawn, gardens, garage and walkways need to turn heads and grab the attention of buyers and passersby.

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Most Common Reasons A House Does Not Sell

January 13, 2020

Truth be told, there are a variety of reasons why a house might stay on the market for an extended period of time.  Any time a house remains unsold for 90 days or more, real estate agents consider the house to be “stale”.  Once this happens, the selling price typically drops because potential buyers look at the listing and assume there is something wrong with the property, bypassing it all together.  However, the property really could be a gem in disguise and you need to determine why the house isn’t selling.

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