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How to Buy a House in a Super Competitive Market

Posted by John Cook on June 27, 2016 in No Category
How to Buy a House in a Super Competitive Market By Tyler Harman When homes sell in minutes and accept offers way over list price, how do you stand a chance? I work in one of the most competitive markets in the country and have seen how frustrated buyers can become. After seeing a few horror stories myself, here are five tips that will help manage expectations (for both buyers and agents) and make their journey smoother and more enjoyable.The Learning CurveIn this new age of technology, buyers are drowning... read more
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Posted by realistiQ Support on April 24, 2016 in No Category

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(RISMedia-Norwalk, CT) – Coldwell Banker Advantage, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina recently announced its ranking as the number 2 real estate firm in North Carolina in transactions, according to RISMedia’s 27th Annual Power Broker Report. Coldwell Banker Advantage reported 11,077 closed residential transactions in 2014, and a total sales volume of $2,174,873,339. This year’s Power Broker Report is based on responses to RISMedia’s 2015 Power Broker Survey, distributed in early Janua... read more
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How Can We Add Instant Fall Curb Appeal?

Posted by Laurie Donofrio on September 04, 2015 in  Uncategorized
To make the most of your home’s outward appearance, it’s important to implement seasonal curb appeal. With autumn approaching, consider sprucing up your home’s exterior with these fall touches: • Replace your front door with an ENERGY STAR® alternative, complete with decorative glass accents or sidelights to keep cool weather out and natural light in. For entry door inspiration, check out Pinterest, your resident showroom or your local home improvement store. • If a door replacement is out the budget, swap out door... read more
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Gardeners: Don’t Fear Fall Frost

Posted by Laurie Donofrio on September 04, 2015 in  Uncategorized
As summer winds down and frost threatens, even avid gardeners may be tempted to pack up their trowels and call it a season. You may think it’s better to leave the victory garden gracefully than risk the disappointment of watching crops wither in chilly temperatures. But fear of frost and failure don’t have to stop you from enjoying a fruitful fall garden. With the right plant choices and a few tricks, producing a hefty harvest can be easy. Frost occurs when temperatures drop enough to condense and freez... read more
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