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Advantages of Selling Your Home During the Holidays

It's easy to believe that motivated buyers disappear after Labor Day, but that is far from the truth. While spring and summer are the still probably the best times to sell your home, you don't have to wait until Memorial Day to make that move. ...

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5 Lawncare mistakes that can ruin your lawn

You smother your grass with love—cutting it, watering it, nursing it through grub infestations and hot spells. But like any helicopter parent, your attentiveness could be overdoing it. The harsh truth: All that overwatering and aerating can w...

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Tips for Home Buyers

A Home Inspection is well worth the investment Most people probably only think of one or two questions to ask a home inspector: “How much is your fee?” and “When can you be there?” But these only scratch the surface. Here’s ...

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“Staycation” for Spring Break?

This week many Ellis County schools will celebrate the spring break. For them, that means a break. For parents that means you are on the hunt for events and activities to keep them busy and hopefully for you to enjoy with them. But kids aren’...

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Tips for Selling a Home with Pets

This is a question that gets asked a lot in real estate sales. If you have a dog or cat, chances are you love your pet. While some home owners have strict outside pet rules, most allow their animals inside their homes as part of the family....

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Tips for First Time Home Buyer

Ready to buy a home? With inventory tight and prices rising, this is a tricky time to be entering the market. Your biggest challenge is that you’re probably bringing less cash to the table, which makes it harder to compete with more season...

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Negotiating Tips for Buying a Home

01/20/2017 | Author: Ward Lowe There’s a simple thing you can do to put yourself in a powerful negotiating position: If you want something, don’t care about getting it. Does that sound crazy? Can you see yourself not caring ab...

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