October 2011

There are 2 blog entries for October 2011.

It is not often that those in the market for a new home know exactly what they are looking for. Sometimes we don’t even know what location is right for our new home or if there are multiple options. Soon, we quickly realize a barrage of questions is coming our way. Questions in need of answers include: What style of home? What part of town will work for my family and me? How many bedrooms? Large yard? Pool? The answers to all of these questions will provide you the framework for determining needs for the home of your dreams. By creating a saved search on our website you are creating customized parameters that will ensure results to your specification.

A Customized Search at Your Fingertips

Search Real Estate Listings AccountOn the Property Search page is where you will be able to…
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Many people who put waterfront homes on the market think their homes will sell themselves. While this may have been true a few years ago, the reality is that the economic downturn has made it more difficult to sell even the most beautiful homes in the most attractive locations. Furthermore, even if the home will be an easy sell, you certainly want to get as much money for the property as possible. To get your home sold quickly and to make the process of selling your waterfront home as easy as possible, be sure to keep this checklist in mind.

Get an Appraisal

The first step to selling a waterfront home is to get an appraisal, but be sure to work with someone who specializes in appraising waterfront properties. After all, regardless of whether offering Waterfront Homes
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