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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Are you prepared for disaster?

Elaine Quigley, CBR, CRS, GRI How prepared are you if natural disaster descends on your home? Natural disasters surround us. TV and online video bring home the devastation: forest fires, floods, hurricanes, storm surges, tornados, earthquakes, heat waves, mud slides...

Pre-marketing teams maximize fall real estate profits

By Steve Levine As we move into the fall season and inventory issues stabilize, it becomes more important than ever to find a way to make your particular home stand out from the crowd, in an effort to get the best possible sales price that you can.

Fall market is here…What’s your game plan?

Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Leading Edge Agent Autumn in New England is the second best time of the year to sell a home. Moderate temperatures and the beauty of the season help everyone to relax. Families are back from summer vacations, the kids have gone back to school, football season has begun and the holidays are still a safe distance away.

The budget process and determining your condo fee

Vicki Aubry Realtor, ABR, SRES I often hear buyers proclaim that a condo fee is “too high” yet these same buyers seem not to know exactly what determines a condo fee.  It is impossible to assess if the fee is “too high” without knowing the history of any “special assessments.”

How the Equifax hack affects homebuyers and how you can protect yourself

Elaine Quigley, CBR, CRS, GRI Half of the country is freaking out. That's about how many people are potentially affected by the unprecedented Equifax hack. If you're the average person who's afraid of having your data stolen - and by data, we mean your name, Social Security number, birth date, addresses, credit card numbers, and driver's license number that were reportedly involved in this breach - you may have already taken some steps to limit the damage.