Why You Need a True Expert in Today's Housing Market

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The housing market continues to shift and change, and in a fast-moving landscape like we’re in right now, it’s more important than ever to have a trusted real estate agent on your side.

First-Time Homebuying

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What should you know before you get into the process? The basics, an outline, and we can deal with the rest as it comes so as to not mentally overload ourselves and get process paralysis. So, let's walk thru some points that will have you feeling confident when you're standing in front of your Realtor to make your first purchase.

A Contemporary Three-Story House That Oversees Golden Gate Bridge

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Newly constructed last year, this 5,465-square-feet single-family home stands out from all the San Francisco residential designs and offers you beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Do Smart-Home Systems Add Value to a Property?

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Smart homes are becoming more common since they present many advantages. People usually install them in their homes to have better control over energy efficiency and safety, but other than that, do they add value to a home?

What $2M Homes Look Like Across the United States

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Wondering what kind of houses you can buy with $2,000,000? Keep reading this blog to see the beautiful 2M condos and single-family homes, ranging from 1,489 square feet in Los Angeles to 11,560 square feet in San Antonio.

Billionaire Paul Allen's Atherton Home Hits the Market for $41.5M

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The co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, left behind an extravagant collection of properties throughout the country. Now his Atherton home is on the market for $41.5M. 

How to Spot a Walkable Neighborhood

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Over the past few years, “walkability” has become one of the top criteria for many home buyers and renters. A walk score tells you how friendly and safe your neighborhood is for walking, biking, dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. 

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