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Let’s Get Moving with Anna

By Anna Granger

Understanding CMAs

When it comes to real estate, CMAs are not the Country Music Awards. Within the industry, this acronym refers to a Comparative Market Analysis....

Pros and Cons of Open Houses

Open houses used to be the main tool used to get a home sold. However, times have changed and the virtual world now allows...

List of Things to Tell Your Realtor at the Beginning of the Home Shopping...

When you're ready to start shopping for a new home, there are some things your Realtor should know. Make sure, as you go through...

Top home staging mistakes you don’t even know you are making

Staging is a vital part of getting your home ready to be sold. When an open house or showing happens, a staged home allows...

Home prices are rising: are we creating another bubble

It's no secret; home prices all across the country are rising. This is certainly good news for sellers, but buyers now have to compete...

Reasons why a home is not being shown a lot

When you list your home for sale, there are several things you must do to ensure you get it sold. It all starts with...

What to do and what not to do when getting ready for a showing

Preparing for a showing is a big deal. You need to make sure the home is ready and you're ready. There are some things...

Understanding CMAs

When it comes to real estate, CMAs are not the Country Music Awards. Within the industry, this acronym refers to a Comparative Market Analysis....

What happens if the appraisal is less than the contract price on a home?

It's possible to put in an offer on a home and have the appraisal come in at less than the contract price. When this...

Top mistakes first time sellers make

When you're going through the process of selling a home for the very first time, it can be both scary and exciting. As a...

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Landscape tips for the 1st Quarter

By Marysia Coyne January and February Mulch to keep moisture even and weeds away. Prune non-flowering evergreens shrubs. Winter (up until the end of May) is a good...

Why Mulch/What to Use

Even though all varieties of mulch, whether hardwood bark, pine bark, cedar, cypress and even pine straw produce much of the same benefits, retaining...