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Thank You, Essential Workers

Thank You, Essential Workers

To all essential workers on this Labor Day, thank you. Content previously posted on Keeping Current Matters… Read more ⇢
Covid-induced recession? Yes. Housing Crash? No.

Covid-induced recession? Yes. Housing Crash? No.

Recession? Yes. Housing Crash? No. With over 90% of Americans now under a shelter-in-place order, many experts are warning that the American economy is heading toward a recession, if… Read more ⇢
Interacting with frail or vulnerable clients in times of crisis

Interacting with frail or vulnerable clients in times of crisis

Many of our clients have complicated health conditions and histories, so we use common-sense approaches when making an in-person visit. PLEASE know our conversations are strictly confidential; we ALWAYS… Read more ⇢
Is a Condo Right for You?

Is a Condo Right for You?

Have you been thinking about buying a condo? Condos are a very popular type of housing in today’s market, and you’ve probably seen several listings if you’ve been house… Read more ⇢
Spruce Up Your Home for Spring

Spruce Up Your Home for Spring

Spring is finally here! If you’re ready to shed those winter blues, start by giving your home a spring refresher. By doing a little spring cleaning, updating your décor,… Read more ⇢
2019 Home Design Trends

2019 Home Design Trends

 It’s 2019 – are you ready for a home décor re-boot? It’s that time of year when many homeowners want to declutter, get organized, and try out new looks… Read more ⇢
Finding Gratitude in Times of Transition

Finding Gratitude in Times of Transition

Buying or selling a home can be an emotional transition. Packing up and leaving one home and then getting settled into another is often disorienting. This can be… Read more ⇢
Pros and Cons of an Open Floor Plan

Pros and Cons of an Open Floor Plan

Open floor plans have been popular in home design for many years now. In fact, more than 50 percent of newly constructed single-family homes… Read more ⇢
Easy Garden Projects for Spring

Easy Garden Projects for Spring

Spring is finally here! There is no better way of getting through the last few grueling weeks of winter than knowing that you’ll soon see spring flowers dotting… Read more ⇢
Make Your Winter Garden Beautiful

Make Your Winter Garden Beautiful

Just because Old Man Winter is here doesn’t mean that your garden can’t be beautiful! In fact, winter gardens can provide their own special kind of magic and wonder,… Read more ⇢
What is a Pocket Neighborhood?

What is a Pocket Neighborhood?

Have you ever heard of a pocket neighborhood? The term was first coined in 1995 by the architect Ross Chapin and refers to a small group of homes that… Read more ⇢
Dealing with Easements

Dealing with Easements

Are you considering purchasing a home that has an easement, but you’re not sure how it will affect you? Are you worried that it’s something that could cause… Read more ⇢
Can You Sell Your Home After Labor Day?

Can You Sell Your Home After Labor Day?

Conventional wisdom dictates that spring and summer are the best times to sell your home. And since Labor Day is the unofficial end of the summer season, you may… Read more ⇢
Happy Neighborhood, Happy Home

Happy Neighborhood, Happy Home

Having a good relationship with your neighbors can have a big impact on how happy you are in your home. If you get along and have an easy… Read more ⇢
Save Money on Your Move

Save Money on Your Move

Moving can be tough on a tight budget – but not impossible. If you’re wondering how you’re going to get through your next move without spending a fortune,… Read more ⇢

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