Realty With Robb

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Surviving A Home Renovation

You’ve picked a great contractor or decorator. The crew is coming in on Monday to do the work. You can hardly wait to see the renovated kitchen, new hardwood floors, or freshly painted living room. But there’s one thing that can put a damper on all your enthusiasm. The work itself. Dust. ...

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5 reasons to use a buyers agent.

I want to look at homes without pressure, can I see listings without a buyers agent? The short answer is yes, you can look at houses without a buyers agent; but the longer answer is a bunch of "but why would you?". The first reason I would ask "why would you?", ...

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Home is…

"Home is a place not only of strong affections, but of entire unreserve; it is life's undress rehearsal, its back room, its dressing room."                                                     ...

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Working with first time home buyers… WHAT A JOY!

Normally I like for my articles to be loaded with educational content for my prospective clients, but this week I am going to take a little break from that and talk about my favorite type of transaction. If you didn't guess from the title, that would be first time home ...

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Real estate is…

"Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world."                                 ...

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Negotiating with home buyers.

How do I negotiate with buyers when selling my home? Price and contingency negotiation when selling a home can be a complicated process. That is one of the many reasons the vast majority of people selling a home should use a Realtor. Even if you have great negotiation skills and are ...

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Selling Your Home And Buying Another – Quickly

What if something unexpected happened – a relocation, perhaps – and you needed to sell your current property quickly and find another home? What would you need to do to make that happen, especially when you don’t have a minute to spare? Focus on the following three steps: 1. Prepare your ...

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