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Instagram 101 for Realtors

So you’ve recently tackled the world of social media to help grow your business. You have a flourishing Facebook page and the leads are starting to roll in. We all know Facebook has many  benefits as it is easy to

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Facebook 101 for Realtors

Social media is a wonderful thing. You can stay in touch with friends on a daily basis, follow current news stories, and even use it to promote your business. Facebook has become the ideal platform for real estate agents to

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Tips on Selecting the Right Realtor

  Selecting a Realtor for the sale or purchase of your home is a big decision. Just because someone passed the real estate exam does not mean they are a good fit for your transaction. With so many to choose

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Why You Should Use a Realtor to Sell Your Home

  You have to spend money to make money. This is a phrase we have heard all of our lives but some of us choose to ignore this piece of advice and go the cheaper route. What if I told

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What to do After Your Offer is Accepted

  Congratulations! After negotiation and maybe a few tears, your offer was finally accepted on your perfect home. Before you pop that bottle of champagne, make sure you follow these next steps. After all, the battle is only half over.

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Posted in First Time Home Buyer, General, Mortgage, Real Estate, Title insurance

5 Reasons to be Thankful for a Great Real Estate Agent

It’s the Thanksgiving season and we have so many things that we can be grateful for having. Everyone should be counting their blessings at this time of year along with the calories in that pumpkin pie cheesecake. If time for

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Buyer (and Seller and Realtor) Beware: Scams and Frauds

Every time you build a better mousetrap, someone goes and builds a better mouse. The history of closings scams is long and illustrious. Back in the last recession, scammers would bring counterfeited cashier’s checks to a closing and stiff title

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