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So, you've been looking at houses online, hopefully working directly with a professional real estate agent... and otherwise staying off certain national sites that like to take your information, sell it to whatever random agent has bought that particular zipcode and got your business only by spamming your email, phone and text.

But... we digress.

So you've been looking at houses online, and decided that there's ONE IN PARTICULAR THAT WOULD BE PERFECT. 

The pictures!

The price!

The layout (from what you can tell)!

The colors look fantastic...

The yard looks well kept...

The appliances are new or at least recent...

EVERYTHING IS PERFECT.

Right?

So, you arrive there and it hit's you:

Something. Anything. Everything... is a

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One of the best kept secrets here in the 757 is the Military Aviation Museum. Be sure to check out their website, www.militaryaviationmuseum.org, to find out more information about their events. They keep a full calendar, so you'll be sure to find something going on there on nearly a weekly basis!

This year's "Summer of Flight" includes the following scheduled events:

Fee: Summer of Flight is included in your general museum admission, free for museum members!

Schedule: Each Summer of Flight event starts at 1pm. Flights, Aircraft and Topics subject to change.

  • May 26th – Dunkirk Evacuation Begins – Featuring Supermarine Spitfire

  • June 2nd – Battle of Midway – Featuring Grumman Wildcat & PBY Catalina (taxi only)*

  • June 9th –

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Sometimes the awesome reviews we receive from our clients skirt the line of letting out our secret recipe of HOW WE GET STUFF DONE. Should we be concerned? Nah. In all truth, what we do as The Perfect House Team is often imitated, but never actually duplicated? Why? Because we work hard to sell you home, by putting tons of work up front before a sign ever goes in your yard. Some of our competition may think they have what it takes to follow through with this game plan--- and if they did, we wouldn't even be mad! Our goal is to educate our clients AND other agents in the area on the RIGHT WAY to sell a house.

So if you're a seller--- this is what you would WANT your selling agent to do.

If you're an agent--- take notes. We would LOVE for you to take

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Wow, this was almost eerie reading this, Inman!

It is so spot on, and completely highlights our move to The Real Estate Group (TREG).

Looking for a great place to be? Hit us up with your questions, we can tell you exactly why we made our move... this blog gives a pretty accurate highlight on what brought us to TREG!

Special report: the keys to a strong company culture

Creating an environment that promotes retention, productivity and happiness   BY GILL SOUTH Staff Writer   Key Takeaways
  • Nearly three-quarters of real estate pros believe culture is “very important” to a company's financial success.
  • Close to 60 percent of real estate pros said they were “very happy” with the culture of their
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If you live here, you've surely heard these monikers: Hampton Roads, The Seven Cities, Tidewater.... 

... and you likely get it by now: They are referencing "Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport News" and at times either Hampton and/or the northern-most areas of North Carolina.'''

If you're moving here, this collection of cities, all referred to as one area, can be daunting!

Here's a decent graphic so you can at least see where they are situated with eachother:

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For more information on the area, be sure to check out these sites:

"Where Is Tidewater

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After 19 of the most under rated cities, you'll find that the TOP OF the heap is a city in our very own 757. 

Wondering which one? We won't spill the beans. Scroll down and check it out....! :)

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"Shh. Don’t tell everyone."

Travelers looking for the next undiscovered, under-the-radar destination, pay attention. According to Travel + Leisure readers, you’ve been seriously missing out on these 20 amazing cities.

In our annual America's Favorite Places survey, we ask T+L readers to dish about their hometowns — the place they grew up or have lived in and know better than anywhere else on Earth. Unlike T+L’s World's Best Awards, which encourages readers to weigh in on travel experiences across the globe, the America's

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 Having a place to call your own—whether you’re going to be there for four years or forever—is an essential part of the American dream. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers plenty of great programs to help those who have served in the military get there, but the process isn’t foolproof. People can (and do) make mistakes buying their first home, second home, or 10th home.

You can avoid your own tale of woe (or head-banging frustration) by avoiding those mistakes before you start your home search. We asked VA-savvy Realtors® to tell us which missteps they see the most—and how you can do the whole thing correctly right from the start.

Mistake No.1: Not getting a Realtor who knows VA loans.

If you’re getting a VA loan, make sure you work

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Another benefit to our team? We can all have input on recommendation lists such as this!

We put it out to the team, "What kind of tips do you find to be most important, and the things that are so often overlooked?"

And here we go... each agent's answer. Hope this helps!

 

Pamela Laurens

  • Water for drinking is a must, so fill all available tubs with water.
  • Gather all of your non-perishables in one space to see what you have on hand.
  • Bring your trashcans indoors so they do not end up elsewhere with the high winds.
  • Take as many pictures of valuables as possible and download them to an external hard drive. Put that hard drive in a waterproof sealable plastic bag. Double bag if if is not waterproof; use duct tape if needed.

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