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Seller Makes Bad Decisions, Buyer Wins

It’s always puzzling when you find a house that is priced $30-40,000 below similar houses and there aren’t any obvious reasons. It’s been in the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) for less than a month. It’s not a foreclosure or a … Continue reading

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House For Sale? But Where Is It?

Our listing service (MRIS) has recently banned the phrase “See MapQuest” in the directions field. What’s really sad about this is that agents actually put “See MapQuest” where directions to the property should be. You’d think that a field called … Continue reading

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A Picture Might Be Worth Thousands!

As your front yard or back yard blossoms into full glory, be sure to take some pictures and then – this is key – remember where you put them. You never know when you’re going to put your house on … Continue reading

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Truth in Advertising

As many of you know, I keep very close track of the real estate market in Cheverly, so I’ll use Cheverly as my example. However, the following happens all over the place. When I search our listing service, I have … Continue reading

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