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7 Ways to Enjoy the Outdoors at Home

May 21, 2020

Even if you can’t go to the beach, bar or cafe, you can experience going out while staying (very) close to home. In this current moment when many of us are staying home, one of the best remedies to help alleviate some of the stress is to head outside and get some fresh air — […]


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5 Ways to Make Your Home Office Work (Even if It’s Your Kitchen)

May 14, 2020

WFH is the new normal for many Americans. Here’s how to get your workspace functioning well — and looking great. With social distancing mandates in effect across much of the country, many people working in industries deemed “non-essential” are doing their work from home. And while the constant stream of COVID-19 news, in addition to […]


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Home-Buying FAQ: Your Top Questions About Purchasing Property During the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 7, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown millions of people’s financial plans off the rails, and that certainly includes home buying. If you were hoping to purchase a property soon, you no doubt have a lot of questions—about whether it’s possible to buy or tour a house now, COVID-19’s impact on home prices, and more. We’re already […]


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What To Do If You Can’t Make Your Next Mortgage Payment

April 30, 2020

As financially damaging as the mortgage collapse of 2009 was, it wasn’t nearly as widespread as what we are currently facing. There are many people in various sectors who are currently not earning a paycheck or generating income. Savings have been exhausted and paying everyday bills has become more difficult. Fortunately, the government has thrown […]


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Selling Your Home During COVID-19

April 23, 2020

Even with the backdrop of a pandemic extremely present, the Real Estate world does not stop. There are many sellers who were waiting for the spring market to list their home and find a buyer. On the surface it would seem that these plans have taken a hit, but in reality they just need a […]


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4 Ways to Winterproof Your Connecticut Home (In the Summer)

September 26, 2018

The Constitution State is known for its warm summers and beautiful fall foliage, but winters in New England are famously harsh. The ice and frost can take a heavy toll, especially on historic homes, and many homeowners find themselves struggling to patch up leaks in an effort to retain heat. Here are 5 ways you […]


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Real Estate Lead Generation 101

February 17, 2016

What are the best real estate lead generation options today? Where and how can real estate agents, investors and other related industry professionals generate more leads for buying, selling and renting properties? What are some of the little known benefits, and pitfalls of common real estate lead generation channels today? Here are 12 ways for real estate […]


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Technology vs. People Skills: Which Real Estate Strategies Will Win?

February 10, 2016

The real estate industry caters to independent strategies. For every investor, there is another way to go about conducting business. Some may prefer to utilize the convenience of technology while others want to maintain personal relationships. However, for one reason or another, there remains a void between these two independent strategies. Smart investors will figure […]


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Real Estate Investing As A Business

February 3, 2016

“Investment is most intelligent when most business like” – Warren Buffett If investing is better when conducted most business like, does it mean that more real estate investors ought to be investing in a more businesslike fashion? Should every real estate investor be investing as a business? What does that really mean? What does it look […]


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Housing Still The Best Investment Tool Of A Lifetime

January 27, 2016

Many people are still wondering whether or not real estate is one of the best investment strategies for long-term wealth building. Is investing in homes still a smart investment for the average individual? Is a home still the best investment of a lifetime for most Americans? If so, why are some pessimists still questioning the rebound […]


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