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

Decorating Tricks for Hiding Kids’ Messes While Selling Your Home

August 28, 2020

You are selling your home and you’re busy getting ready for open houses and private viewings. You know you have to organize, clean, declutter, and clean some more. This is a daunting task for anyone, but when there are kids living in the home with you, this task can seam near impossible.

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What are Fixtures in Real Estate?

August 25, 2020

What are Fixtures in Real Estate?

A legal concept that perplexes many and often gives rise to disputes during the purchase or sale of any the house or property is the topic of fixtures. This is because what is perceived as fixtures by a buyer might not tally as what is considered fixtures by the seller.

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Understanding the Basics of the Counteroffer

August 14, 2020

The counteroffer is a common tool used in real estate transactions.

The counteroffer, which is used in the back and forth negotiations between buyers and sellers, is a tool used to by agents in order to (hopefully) come to an agreement which will lead to a successful closing.

When does a counteroffer come into play, and what are the possible reasons behind it?

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What is Dual Agency: Why Buyers & Sellers Should Avoid it

August 11, 2020

Buying a new home or property is anything but simple. The legal and financial complexities of this process can overwhelm you. That’s what a real estate agent is supposed to help you through. When you hire an agent, you do so to get the best deal for you and your family. But what if your agent isn’t really working for you?

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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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