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Downsizing Prep: Common Heirloom Errors

Posted on Nov 15, 2018 in The Back Yard News November Edition

The kids have all moved out. As you approach retirement, you know downsizing is in your future. It’s time to start considering what that will entail.

Realistically, you won’t have room in your new home for everything that has accumulated over the past two or three decades. Don’t make the same mistakes many downsizers do by holding on to items that s...

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Five Quick Staging Tips for a Faster Home Sale

Posted on Nov 15, 2018 in The Back Yard News November Edition

Staging your home prepares your property for potential buyers so you can achieve a faster sale. Professional stagers and your real estate agent can help with this task. If you’re under a time crunch, use these simple staging tips to quickly get your home ready for viewing.

Declutter everything: All that “stuff” gets in the way of buyers seeing what...

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Moving? Make Yourself at Home Anywhere

Posted on Oct 15, 2018 in The Back Yard News October Edition


Moving to a new home, a new city, or a new country can be exciting, but it can also be challenging. In the midst of unfamiliar surroundings, newcomers may find it difficult to get plugged in to the area. Fortunately, there are a few tried and true steps you can take to help yourself feel at home after a move. Try these tips.

Tap your hobbies. Look f...

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Big-Ticket Items: When's the Best Time to Buy?

Posted on Oct 15, 2018 in The Back Yard News October Edition


From furniture to refrigerators, big-ticket items are often a major consideration during the home-buying process. For sellers, investing in some upgrades could make their home more attractive than the competition. Buyers settling into a home may be on the hunt for good deals to fill their new space. On either side of the transaction, it's helpful t...

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Shopper, Collector, or Hoarder - Which Are You?

Posted on Sep 14, 2018 in The Back Yard News September Edition


With fall comes yearly rituals of back-to-school shopping and purging of unneeded items. Neither activity is bad. But how can you know if your shopping crosses the line? Are you simply adding to your fall wardrobe, building a collection of ties, or becoming a hoarder?

The main differences between hoarding and collecting are emotional. Hoarders gathe...

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Five Interior Design Disasters to Avoid

Posted on Sep 14, 2018 in The Back Yard News September Edition


Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and that saying rings true for how one chooses to decorate one's home. Therefore, one person's love of leopard print could be another person's decorating disaster. If you are looking to sell your home this year, change up or avoid these top five no-nos.

Wall-to-wall carpeting. Having wall-to-wall carpet is the...

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