Monthly Archives: September 2014

Invest in a Pressure Wash

When you’ve got a property ready to show a potential buyer, what’s the first thing they’ll see? The exterior! And everyone knows first impressions are the most important, so you’ll want to make sure these people see a clean house.

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REO Properties Falling Year-Over-Year

The number of foreclosed residential properties in August went down for the 21st consecutive month (on a year-over-year basis), according the U.S. Foreclosure Market Report released by RealtyTrac for August 2014. REO represents the last stage of the foreclosure process,

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Keeping Trees Under Control

Trees can be a mixed blessing when they’re present on a residential property. They provide natural beauty and shade, and a well-maintained tree can be an asset to the property value. But trees can pose hidden (and not-so-hidden) dangers as

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Common Hazards in Older Homes

There’s definitely something to be said for older homes. They have a certain charm, a certain sense of permanence and nostalgia associated with them. They can even be quite beautiful. But they often come with hidden hazards that you should

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Distressed Sales Down

According to a recent post by CoreLogic, distressed property sales (REO and short sales) have continued to drop throughout the United States since 2009, with occasional seasonal spikes. It should be noted that Florida is holding steady in the #3

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This is the cleanest home I have ever turned over from a GC – GREAT JOB!!