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4 Ways To Shift Your Real Estate Marketing in Autumn

October has rolled in, but 2023 isn’t over yet. That said, if you’re looking for a business pivot, a new season is as good a time as any. Autumn is the season of change and renewal, after all. Here are some ways you can get your business into the Fall spirit, and even win you…

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Housing Affordability Worsens in Q3 2023

Housing affordability worsened in Q3 2023 due to rising mortgage rates—which have now surpassed 7%—and high home prices, along with other economic challenges. ATTOM’s Home Affordability Report for Q3 2023 found that median-priced single-family homes and condos are less affordable in the third quarter of 2023 compared to historical averages in 99 percent of counties…

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The October Issue of Real Estate Magazine Is Now Live

The October issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine is now available, and not to be missed are several exclusive features, including an in-depth look at the five regional winners for RISMedia’s Real Estate Rookie of the Year and how they are surviving and thriving through current market challenges. In addition, we feature looks at United…

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Family-Owned Long Island Brokerage Joins Century 21

Century 21 Real Estate LLC. continues its expansion in New York state; Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, Inc. has affiliated with the brand and will now do business as CENTURY 21 Anchor Real Estate, the company has announced. The firm was founded in 2017 by the mother-daughter duo of Gina and Cristina Ferraro, Anchor…

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Florida Firm Joins RE/MAX

Florida firm Foxfire Realty, operated by Gene Boone and his grandson Own, has affiliated with the RE/MAX Brand; it is now operating as RE/MAX Foxfire, the company has announced. “We were completely blown away by the tools and technology and the culture of RE/MAX,” says Owen Boone, RE/MAX Foxfire vice president and director of operations.…

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Is your home Spring-ready?

Winter can do some harm to our homes! With the skies clearing up for more sun (hopefully sooner), here are some tips you can use to get your home ready for Spring and in perfect shape in no time!


Regular upkeep of your home can help extend the life of its components and save you thousands of dollars over time. The following preventative measure is relatively inexpensive and usually only needs to be addressed once or twice a year. Many of them are simple enough that you may want to do them yourself! You can always call a professional whenever you need more help or don't exactly know how to get some of these things done.


Roof: Fall and Spring are good times to conduct routine maintenance on the roof, including replacement of missing or damaged shingles or times and checking for signs of blistering or damage that can lead to leaks. Clear all debris from the roof and gutters, especially the valleys where it can accumulate and cause water to puddle.


Siding: Clean your home's exterior with a garden hose sprayer and mild detergent or a power washer after winter passes. Tighten loose trim and add caulk to areas with cracks to keep the elements from intruding and causing further damage to the structure.


Irrigation: Check the sprinkler system thoroughly to spot and fix leaks and make sure water is not spraying against your home's foundation or siding.


Basement: Watch for signs of moisture intrusion and find the source of any leaks that can lead to serious mould or fungus problems if left unaddressed.


Kitchen/Baths: Replace damages caulking around tubs, showers, sinks, and toilets to avoid water-related damage to the walls, floors, and cabinets.


Dryer: Remove accumulated lint from the exhaust duct at the back of the dryer. Use a long-handled brush to clear the vent that leads outside. Blockages not only impact performance, but they can also be a fire hazard.


Refrigerator: To keep your fridge working well, clean dirt and lint from its condenser coils once or twice a year. Access the coils on the back of the unit or behind the front grill and use a vacuum attachment or coil brush to clean the debris. Failing to remove the build-up can stress the condenser and cause expensive and premature damage to the unit.


Please forward this to any of your friends, family, and colleagues to help them get an early start on repairs!

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