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Home Buyers: Everything You Need To Do Before Buying A Home

Posted by Dan Grenier // March 5, 2018

PE Real Estate Solutions

What is the biggest financial investment you’ll make in your lifetime? For most of us, the answer is probably buying a home.  40% of the typical homeowner’s wealth is tied up in their home. This means that home buyers need to be completely prepared, both now and for the future, when buying a home.   […]


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How Home Sellers Can Estimate Their Time on the Market

Posted by Dan Grenier // February 26, 2018

Home Sellers

Timing is everything for home sellers when trying to sell your home.  After the for sale sign is in the front yard you don’t want to wait around forever for an offer.  But if you still need to find your new dream house, you might not want it to sell in a day, either.   […]


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Keys to Buying In A Seller’s Market

Posted by Dan Grenier // February 19, 2018

Seller’s Market

In a lot of areas, buyers are seeing a seller’s market. That means now is a great time to sell a home.  But that can making buying a home a risky move.  With houses flying off the market and prices on the rise, sales are expected to reach the highest volume in over a decade. […]


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Mistakes Emotional Home Sellers Make

Posted by Dan Grenier // February 12, 2018

Home Sellers

Selling your house can of course evoke many different emotions.  If as home sellers, you are realizing this, understand that you are not alone. The important thing for home sellers to keep in mind is to not let your emotions get the best of you.   Here are some things for home sellers to consider […]


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2018 Design Trends for Homeowners

Posted by Dan Grenier // February 5, 2018

Homeowners

It can be fun to look back at the trends from the different decades. What was once incredibly popular is now something that homeowners can’t wait to update. If you are looking to sell your house in 2018, you need to stay on top of the current trends. Having a house that looks outdated is […]


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Consider These 4 Overlooked Aspects of Buying a Home

Posted by Dan Grenier // January 29, 2018

Buying a Home

Most people who are looking at buying a home have thought about saving for a down payment and obtaining a mortgage for a property.  Once they have enough money and decent credit they think the process of buying a home is going to run smoothly.  However, this is not always the case.   If you […]


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Considering A Fixer-Upper? Things You Need To Know First

Posted by Dan Grenier // January 22, 2018

Fixer-Upper

Buying a home can be a tremendously exciting time, and there is nothing more exhilarating than finding the perfect home. Perhaps it’s in the perfect neighborhood, or has that kitchen you’ve always dreamed of. So you’ve found the perfect home, and you’re ready to buy it. On the other hand, perhaps you’re looking to buy […]


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Home Sellers Ask: Could I Have Sold My House for More?

Posted by Dan Grenier // January 15, 2018

Home Sellers

Most home sellers have heard of buyer’s remorse, when a buyer regrets the amount that they spent on a purchase. This often happens in the real estate industry, when buyers have their offer accepted on a house and then immediately begin to think they should have made a lower offer. However, this also happens on the […]


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Home Staging Like a Pro: 5 Mistakes to Avoid

Posted by Dan Grenier // January 8, 2018

Home Staging

Home staging is a vital step in selling a home.  A staged home can sell much quicker than an un-staged home.  While it can be easier to stage a house with a professional, it is something that can be done by the current owner. Staging can take some time and thought, but it does not […]


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Considering a Vacant House? Look for These 4 Problems

Posted by Dan Grenier // January 1, 2018

Vacant House

The appeals of buying an already vacant house can attract some buyers.  There is no need to wait for the owner to buy another house, they are already moved out, and it will be move-in ready as soon as the deal is complete. However, not many buyers consider the damage a vacant house can have.  […]


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