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Expecting Record Real Estate Sales This Winter

Expecting Record Real Estate Sales This Winter

October 08, 2020

Winter is typically a slower season in real estate—but 2020 is poised to change that in a big way. Low inventory, high buyer demand, and record-low interest rates are setting up this winter season to be one of the best seller’s markets in recent history—and if you’re thinking about selling...

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How To Check Out A Potential Neighborhood While Social Distancing

How To Check Out A Potential Neighborhood While Social Distancing

July 01, 2020

Social distancing has completely changing the real estate industry, and stay-at-home orders have presented unique challenges for buyers. Not only are they unable to tour properties in person, but, in some areas, they also can’t walk around the neighborhood and get a feel for whether it’s the kind of neighborhood...

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Thanks To Remote Work, The Demand For Home Offices Is On The Rise

Thanks To Remote Work, The Demand For Home Offices Is On The Rise

February 04, 2020

More people than ever are working from home. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 24 percent of employed people in the US work from home at least part of the time—and that number jumps to 42% of workers with advanced degrees. And as more people make the shift towards...

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Tips For Making The Most Of Your Virtual House Hunt

Tips For Making The Most Of Your Virtual House Hunt

March 15, 2019

Social distancing is one of the most responsible things you can do right now—both toprotect your health and the health of the people in your community. And with socialdistancing in full swing, searching for a home in the traditional sense—including going totour homes in person—is getting put on the back...

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