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Happier Hardwood Floors

Tips for cleaning your beautiful hardwood floors and keeping them looking great. Hardwood floors make for a beautiful, stunning addition to your home.

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Are We Out of the Tunnel?

Well, we’ve been seeing the light at the end of the tunnel for several weeks. The question is, are we finally out? The answer, a little too soon to tell for sure, but all the signs are good.

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Five Tips For Selling Your Home In A Hurry

There are a lot of factors that will determine how quickly your house is sold, and it’s important to tackle the factors you can control. If you’re still living in your home while trying to sell it, these are a few simple ideas that can help speed up the home sale process.

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Revamp Your At-home Workspace

Nothing ruins a workday like not having a designated, comfortable place to work from. And when you are working from home, whether it be temporarily or indefinitely, setting up a great workspace gets even tougher.

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Give Your Deck A Facelift

Hanging out with your family or hosting friends on your old, dingy deck is not very appealing. Lucky for you, refreshing it doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive.

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Is This “Ever” A Good Time To Sell!

I’m not sure if my grammar on the heading for this article is correct, but my intent definitely is. The combination of circumstances, Corona Virus, interest rates lowest in history, uncertainty for the future, have all combined to make our real estate market into what is becoming an excellent sellers’ market.

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Homebuyer Incentives: A Few Do’s And Don’ts

When you’re selling your home, adding some extra perks can help you find a buyer quickly. An incentive is essentially a marketing spend for your home sale. But you want to make sure your marketing dollars are being used effectively, so consider these do’s and don’ts…

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What You Should Know About The Housing Market Now

First, a very big “Thank You” to the California Association of Realtors. CAR is responsible for the content of this article. But it is so much more. CAR is our real estate trade association, and it’s members are volunteers who work diligently to protect homeownership in California.

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Upsizing Your Home

Unfortunately our homes don’t always grow with us. What may have initially worked fine for a single person, a young couple’s starter home, or a family with a newborn can quickly become too small as families expand and multiple generations live under one roof.

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New Home, Better Living

When you’re house hunting, focus on the things that will improve your quality of life. There are so many factors that go into a home buying decision that it can make your head spin—especially if you’re in a competitive market where time is of the essence.

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