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Realtors Show Us Their Work from Home Style

By Karen Eubank / April 4, 2020 / 3 Comments

We’ve all hit the struggle is real stage of the work from home game. As we try to balance homeschooling, meal planning, and entertaining everyone in the house from toddlers to teenagers, there’s actual paid work we need to do, too. If you’ve never worked from home, other than to send the occasional email, this […]

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Learn Building Off the Grid With Cat Taylor’s Cob Homes

By Karen Eubank / March 30, 2020 / 1 Comment

Remember Little House on the Prairie? Social distancing and hanging out with only family members was the norm back then. Now that it’s our new norm, and we plant victory gardens and embrace the habits of our great grandparents, can building our own homes be far behind? Maybe not. Cat Taylor is ready to show […]

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More Realtors Are Using Staging Than Ever Before, According to NAR

By Karen Eubank / April 2, 2019 / 26 Comments

Barbara Cocoran put it rather well: “Why wouldn’t someone stage if they want to sell a house, and if they want to get more money for the house? I don’t get it.” You probably know Corcoran from her regular appearances on Shark Tank. What you might not know is she built a real estate empire, […]

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East Kessler Park Traditional Gets a New Lease on Life

By Karen Eubank / December 6, 2018 / 1 Comment

Our Inwood Home of the Week is an East Kessler Park traditional at 435 Allison Drive, and it has quite a story. Let’s begin with the fact it was built for John Stemmons. Yes, that John Stemmons. When Steve Kettering of Kettering Ideas and his partner (and daughter), Neysa Font, found this East Kessler Park […]

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House Flip 101: What You Need to Know Now

By Karen Eubank / July 20, 2018 / 6 Comments

This absolutely adorable house flip at 7045 Gaston Parkway in Lakewood is a perfect template for all the right things to do when you remodel a home for sale.

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Occupied Homes Need More Help: The Real Estate Staging Association’s State Convention

By Karen Eubank / September 23, 2016 / 0 Comments

  Do you ever wonder what your real estate stager does in between consulting on occupied and vacant properties, writing reports, proposals and contracts, shopping for and selecting just the right furniture and accessories for vacant properties, re-arranging furniture in listed homes that need help, managing inventory systems, packing, unpacking, scheduling deliveries and pickups? Well, […]

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