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7 Gorgeous Fall Decor Ideas That Will Salvage Your 2020

October 28, 2020

We’re not going to mince words: This year has been a dumpster fire that makes us feel foolish for all the other times we whined about what a lousy year it was. And if you’re anything like us, you’re probably glad to see the calendar edge us closer to the end of this hellish spin around the […]


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5 Mistakes To Avoid With Your Quarantine Garden Before the First Fall Frost

October 26, 2020

A lot of us started new hobbies this year, and if yours involved planting the ultimate summer garden, you may just be wondering what to do with it now that fall is here. But don’t throw in the trowel just yet. While your summer schedule may have been packed with all things gardening, fall has […]


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Americans Are Moving in Droves: Will It Totally Remake the Electoral Map?

October 23, 2020

In just four weeks, voters from all corners of this bitterly divided country will cast their votes for the man who will either become or remain America’s next president. Pollsters, pundits, and politicos have obsessed over the ever-shifting electoral map and how a handful of swing counties and states could decide whether President Donald Trump or former […]


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Coming Soon!

October 21, 2020

Completely renovated 4 bedroom/3 bathroom home in Westport, Connecticut.  New master bedroom / master bathroom suite with upstairs laundry room, new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, all new mechanical equipment.


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6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price

October 21, 2020

Home not selling? That could happen for a number of reasons you can’t control, like a unique home layout or having one of the few homes in the neighborhood without a garage. There is one factor you can control: your home price. These six signs may be telling you it’s time to lower your price. 1. […]


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The Growing Importance Of The Home For Young Consumers

October 19, 2020

A new report by youth marketing experts YPulse titled “No Place Like Home” provides significant new insights on how the Covid pandemic has changed how Gen-Z and Millennials view the homes. The following statement summarizes key findings: “As young people look to their spaces as mental health retreats, at-home items and services that comfort, declutter, or foster a feeling […]


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Where to Invest Your Budget in a Landscape Renovation

October 16, 2020

Whether you’re planning to spruce up your front yard or are embarking on a full-scale landscape remodel, determining where to invest your budget can feel like navigating an endless stream of decisions that is not always straightforward. To help with this decision process, we have tapped professionals in the landscape design field to discuss where […]


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Housing is Widely Exceeding Early Expectations, but Job Market Remains a Big Concern

October 14, 2020

By Treh Manhertz on Sep. 23, 2020 Home prices are expected to grow 3.7% in 2020, according to a survey of 104 economists and real estate experts conducted by Pulsenomics and Zillow. Three months ago, panelists expected a 0.3% decline. Panelists were also asked when they next expected multifamily housing starts to meet or exceed their pre-pandemic, […]


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Why the real estate boom could keep going for years

October 12, 2020

Even after reaching all-time high average prices and sales numbers not seen since the height of the 2000s boom, the housing market still has lots of room to run, experts say. What’s happening: There were fears in late 2019 and early this year that price levels had outpaced income growth and become unsustainable — but record-low mortgage rates […]


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Your Essential Fall Maintenance Checklist: 8 Things You Really Should Do Before the First Frost

October 9, 2020

Ah, fall: The nip of the first chill in the air. The colorful foliage. The pumpkin spice lattes. The pumpkin spice everything. Oh yeah, and the long list of home maintenance tasks awaiting you at the start of the season. We hate to intrude on your fall bliss, but the postsummer months are a critical time […]


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