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2007 

Authored by: Laurie Mindnich April 27th, 2007   While locating a great home can be exciting, there are things to keep in mind that might assist in the final decision making process- things that have very little to do with the actual home, but everything to do with your day to day life. Below, a f...
04/27/2007
While it's more fun to address "up" issues in real estate, this blog is for people who, like myself, have witnessed the devastation of Alzheimers Disease first hand, and found themselves legally unprepared.  For a book that addresses this disease in its entirety, and provides answer...
04/27/2007
Authored by: Laurie April 26th, 2007  Purchasing a home is a huge financial obligation. You know that. Purchasing a home comes with complications- if you don’t know that, you’re about to find out. Purchasing a home can be a JOY, or it can quickly turn into a bad experience, then a joy again, then...
04/26/2007
April 26th, 2007  For those of you that are unaware of the latest in real estate website technology, there is a fabulous site available for home viewing voyeurs - www.zillow.com. It’s a fascinating site, with aerial photos, property statistics, and general information. It also provides to its fan...
04/26/2007
I just read an article in the Wall Street Journal- Realestatejournal (online) with an article that shared the writers opinion regarding buyer/seller representation.  The author feels that if a seller is selling, and then needs to buy (whether concurrent or not) the buying experience should ONLY i...
04/23/2007
Purchasing a second home is a luxury that more and more people are finding essential to their well being.  As cities become more congested, and even neighborhoods NEAR the city create driving anxiety, there is something very special about owning a go-to home that provides peace and quiet.  If you...
04/23/2007
April 21st, 2007 It was dark, and the dogs needed a walk, so we set off. Just around the corner was a long, wooded street. There were no streetlights, so the feeling was eerie- akin to that childhood adrenaline rush when playing hide and seek with flashlights. A “Lions and tigers and bears” exper...
04/21/2007
April 21st, 2007 It was dark, and the dogs needed a walk, so we set off. Just around the corner was a long, wooded street. There were no streetlights, so the feeling was eerie- akin to that childhood adrenaline rush when playing hide and seek with flashlights. A “Lions and tigers and bears” exper...
04/21/2007
April 18th, 2007  Recently, I have been employed with a highly respected national home builder.  This builder specializes in luxury condominium communities for those  fortunate enough to be fifty-five or… better.  I was close enough to the action to become involved in a very intimate purchasing d...
04/18/2007
I'm tempted to leave it at that- after all, it's not often that this occurs- being able to say that, I mean.OR, IS IT??When this referral came into our real estate lives, we were looking forward to  meeting with the sellers.  Being a new company, what a coup- and a great start to locating...
04/13/2007
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