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Predicting Neighborhood Value

  How do you predict the value of a neighborhood? While no one can say for sure how home values in a neighborhood will rise or decline over time, there are big-picture economic factors that you can look for to help get handle on where they may be going. 340 more words

Discussing Senior Transitions

   We speak with a a number of clients who have concerns about their home as they age. You (or someone close to you) may be facing similar questions. 208 more words

5 tips for surviving a move

“You totally have a European vibe about you.”

I had the rare chance to meet Wendy before I left for the Netherlands and I’m so glad I was able to find the time to have a cup of coffee with her. 562 more words

Farmers' Market Tips

With the rise of sustainability and “locavore” movements, farmers’ markets are growing in popularity almost everywhere you look. Farmers’ markets are a great way to lay hands on some of the freshest fruits and vegetables while supporting farmers and their families right in your community. 332 more words

What moving to a new city was really like (the 10 experiences I faced)

AH, a new city, the rush, the excitement, the endless opportunities that await you.

Quick backstory: I grew up partially in Melbourne(From 2 to about 12 years old) and partially in Perth (12 – 21 years old) I always wondered what life would’ve been like had I stayed in Melbourne for longer, at around the age of 20 I decided to resume my studies inter-state. 810 more words

BACK TO SCHOOL!

It’s that time of year we think of as the “Back to School” season. It’s not really Fall and it isn’t exactly Summer, either. Maybe the weather hasn’t changed yet, but the morning commute is definitely quite a bit busier. 238 more words