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Saturday, December 7, 2019


Make the most of the spring market

Michelle Gillespie, REALTOR, ®President’s Circle Spring is the best time of the year to sell your home. The snow is melting, spring flowers are blooming and the largest number of buyers are actively searching for a new home during the months of March, April and May.
Michelle Gillespie

When selling your home, floor the competition

When people enter your home they usually look down before up, so that first step is vital for attracting a homebuyer and making a...

Moving with children…

Michelle Gillespie, REALTOR, ®President’s Circle Spring has finally arrived and signals the start of the largest real estate season for families planning to move. In this active real estate market, many families are looking to move to a larger home or relocate to another community. This brings many challenges when buying or selling a home, but I can help - here are a few recommendations that I share with my clients when it comes to moving with children.

Real estate ads, April 25 edition

Here are the real estate ads for the April 25 edition: Open publication - Free publishing

Homes & more ads, November 13 edition

Here are the homes & more ads for the November 13 edition:

New to RE/MAX Vision Shrewsbury: Alison Zorovich – ‘For ALL your real estate needs,...

Shrewsbury - Since 2008, the very year the market experienced a drastic downturn, Alison Zorovich has been a top producing BROKER/REALTOR® in Central Mass. Since early on, she has relied on her skills as an Accredited Staging Professional to make the homes she is marketing stand out. It’s a practice she continues to this day, providing clients with honest, detailed guidance so together they can prepare and stage the property for a quick sale. She also loves working with buyers, first time or otherwise.
Elaine Quigley

Live it up in a smaller space

  By PJ Wade Buying the best location you can afford is what successful real estate ownership is all about. These are the properties that hold...

The pros and cons of borrowing from your 401(K) to finance a home purchase

By Elaine Quigley, Realtor, CBR, CRS, GRI, Prudential Prime Properties According to the National Association of REALTORS? 2013 Profile of Home Buyer and Sellers, 8 percent of first-time buyers borrowed from their 401(k) retirement accounts as a source of down payment money. It's a good bet that a significant number of potential first-time buyers, as well as others, are not acquainted with how this works. It's also a good bet that, among those with the ability to use 401(k) funds, many are not familiar with the pros and cons of doing so.

Real estate ads, September 13 edition

Here are the real estate ads for the September 13 edition: Open publication - Free publishing