September 2019

Found 3 blog entries for September 2019.

From burglars to water damage, ensure you return to a safe and secure property by taking care of these few important things.

 

Lock it up

While this may sound like the world’s most obvious advice, homes have many entry points and it’s easy to forget to lock one up behind you. A spokesperson for Neighborly, a home services platform that connects homeowners with trusted professionals, says that July and August are the most frequent months for break-ins—and about 30 percent of home burglaries happen due to an unlocked window or door. The morning of your trip, go door to door and window to window to ensure all doors, windows, and basement access points are secured. Of course, deadbolts only protect you when they’ve been installed correctly, so

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For the 3rd year in a row, our team will be collecting Thanksgiving Meal baskets and/or monetary donations toward making the meal baskets, for those less fortunate within our local community. 

We are asking that you either provide the items listed below OR donate $40 so that our team can shop for & create the meal baskets to hand out. 

Who will these baskets be donated to? 

We reach out to school counselors, local churches and shelters and other community programs who have direct contact with those that are in need. We then hand out the baskets from our office and/or we deliver them to those who have no way of reaching our office. 

If you'd like to help us this year, please preview the information below and let us know if you have any

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When thinking about selling their house, homeowners have many options. A relatively new option is using an “iBuyer.” What is an iBuyer?

According to Jovio, the definition is:

“A company or investor that uses Automated Valuation Models (AVMs) to make instant offers on homes. It allows sellers to close on a property quickly. Once sold, the company then turns around and resells the home for a profit.”

Today, there are many iBuyer companies such as OfferPad, Zillow Offers, Knock, Opendoor, and Perch. Even some more traditional companies offer the same or similar services (ex. Keller Williams, Redfin, Realogy). Ivy Zelman reported in her ‘Z’ Report that some traditional brokers are partnering with some of the larger iBuyers too:

“Keller Williams

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