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March 2019

Found 3 blog entries for March 2019.

Huge shout out to our friends over at BrickKicker Home Inspections & Detect Termite for this great writeup on the components of a home inspection. Often confused with a home appraisal (definitely not the same!!!) the home inspection is INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT. Find out why, below:


1. Grounds and Exterior. During an inspection, a professional should first examine the home exterior and overall condition of the property. Areas of interest include grading and drainage, evidence of standing water or leaks, the integrity of the foundation and siding, the condition of the exterior paint and landscaping, and any damage to the deck, garage, patio, stairs, or driveway.

2. Roof, Windows, and Doors. The exterior structural components of the home

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We've got a huge THANK YOU to marketing department here at The Real Estate Group (TREG) for this great quick write up on everyone's FAVORITE topic.... Spring cleaning...! 


When it comes to spring cleaning, there’s no room that needs it more than the kitchen. With so many drawers and places for things to hide, it’s easy for the kitchen to accumulate build-up. If you’re anything like me, when you start to factor in the high-use the kitchen gets, you panic and the next thing you know you’re wearing a hazmat suit. Don’t worry, though - I’ve done extensive research on this topic and have a strategy for you! Here’s how to really tackle the kitchen:

Don’t let the microwave intimidate you. Remember, you’re the boss and you can’t live your life with

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One of the biggest names out there can tell you some tall tales... and they have a MASSIVE marketing budget that means they seem like a really trustworthy place to get information.

And because Zillow lies, we make sure our clients know to make sure information is VERIFIED through the proper channels.

Take Donna Laurens' clients, recently. Living in a particular school district was a really important wicket for them to check off on buying their Perfect House. The home they were convinced was the perfect one for them had their specified school district listed as the one for that home in particular. Awesome, right? Except we (as agents) know that Zillow LIES. They may not "mean to" but they do! The information available on such a massive database is

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