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Sellers Remain in Driver’s Seat

The lazy days of summer may be here, but it’s a busy season for the real estate industry. Home buyers are out in force looking for new homes, but fewer “For Sale” signs are popping up in neighborhoods across much

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Moving Soon? Here’s a Great Guide to Help!

Guide to a Stress-Free Move – Five Essential Tips If you’re new to the moving game, you’ve probably heard some helpful tricks from friends, family and colleagues.  Add these key tips to your mental checklist and you’re well on your

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How to Survive Today’s Real Estate War

A Survival Guide for Spring Real estate agents are reporting increased showings at open houses, bidding wars, and multiple offers over asking price within days, sometimes even hours.  Basically, it’s a jungle out there. Before you jump into the fray,

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It’s a Seller’s Spring in Most Markets

While it may seem premature to prepare for the spring selling season now, the reality is spring is almost here. Whether you’re thinking of putting your home on the market or planning to buy a home, right now is a

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Simple Landscaping Upgrades to Attract Prospective Buyers

A home can be modern and cozy inside, but without curb appeal, potential buyers will lose interest before they step inside. An attractive, well-kept lawn is one of the first things people will notice. The good news is that upgrading

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New Tax Reform Law

The new tax reform bill, which was signed into law by President Trump in late December, will be effective for the 2018 tax year. The National Association of REALTORS® has put together a useful summary to help you understand how

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Bay Area Real Estate Market Update

  With the economy anticipated to continue growing, demand for housing is expected to remain strong and incrementally boost home prices, according to the California Association of REALTORS®. C.A.R.’s Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Leslie Appleton-Young states, “This year’s

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