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Tricks to Treat Yourself to a Renewed Home

Posted by Beverley McCleery on October 29, 2018 in No Category
Your home needs a jump-start and a newly defined purpose. SHARON LEEOCT 11, 2018 Guest post by Co-Founder NorthStar Moving Company Laura McHolm Is your home fulfilling your current lifestyle needs? Has your home been on the market for months and still not sold? If you answer “Yes” to either of these questions, your home may be going through an identity crisis; it is not configured to best meet your current way of living – or to attract potential buyers. Your home needs a jump-start and a newl... read more
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The Coldwell Banker Way of Culture

Posted by Beverley McCleery on October 23, 2018 in No Category
Over 90,000 agents and countless others have taken our 112+ year legacy, carried it on and even built upon it. Today, Coldwell Banker is home to some of the most successful, talented, charitable and inspirational people you could ever meet. GUSTAVO GONZALEZTODAY Products evolve. Technology inevitably improves. Exciting advertising campaigns shift conversation and hopefully make a real impact.  Everything changes. Yet, the one constant I’ve noticed in my 12 year career with Coldwell Banker is th... read more
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How Much House Can You Afford?

Posted by Beverley McCleery on October 19, 2018 in No Category
Learn how much you can afford on a mortgage for a new home. Coldwell Banker real estate agents will help you meet your budget and find the perfect home. SHARON LEEOCT 2, 2018 HOUSE POOR [adjective | hous – poo·r] A person who can afford his or her home mortgage payments, but can’t afford much of anything else. Discretionary spending on restaurants, furnishings, travel and clothes are severely cut back, due to a large proportion of his or her income going towards the mortgage payments, u... read more
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5 Best Crops to Harvest in the Fall

Posted by Beverley McCleery on October 17, 2018 in No Category
One gardening rule of thumb is to clearly know when to grow what–here are five of the best types of crops to harvest in your garden during the fall season. CHRISTIAN MONTIELTODAY Guest post by Olive Dawson. As the weather begins to cool, you may notice that your tomato plants are looking a droopy, or that your green beans are no longer producing the way they used to. While the first frost spells disaster for some garden crops, there are dozens of other delicious, nutritious vegetables and fruits that you can ... read more
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