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September
30

Congratulations! You've made the exciting decision to put your home on the market. As a first-time seller, you probably have a lot of questions and aren't quite sure what to expect. 

You may have even heard that the selling process can be stressful, but we're hoping that by avoiding the most common mistakes, it will be a much more enjoyable experience for you!

Let's dive in…

#1. Not Hiring an Agent

One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a first-time seller is thinking you can do it all on your own. If it were easier this way, everyone would do it! But there's a reason why FSBO sales only make up

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September
27

Have a Spooktacular Halloween

The following recipes and spooky craft ideas will result in one hauntingly good Halloween. Hauntingly Good Recipes Grab your witch’s cauldron and stir up this

The post Have a Spooktacular Halloween appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life.

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September
26

Masiello Closing Tips

Closing on your home is exciting but also can be overwhelming, especially if you don't know what to expect. While we usually think of "closing" as being the day you sign all the paperwork, the closing process actually begins the minute the home goes under contract and only ends the day ownership is officially transferred. There's a lot that still has to be done during that time! Here is everything our real estate agents want you to know about closing, from beginning to end.

  • Get Pre-Approved

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September
20

Luxury agent spotlight: Phil Summerson

Phil Summerson Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Kansas City Homes Phil has been a licensed real estate broker since 1975, setting his roots and business in Kansas and Missouri. His impressive experience and expertise have earned him many awards- most recently, the #1 Team at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Kansas City Homes.

The post Luxury agent spotlight: Phil Summerson appeared first on BHGRE Distinctive Collection.

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September
19

Apple Cider Northern New England

If you are looking for a true taste of fall, then our real estate agents have a suggestion that no one should overlook: Apple cider donuts. This special brand of baked good is something you'll spot all across Northern New England, with variations in every state and even in some cities.

Cider is a fermented drink made from fruit, typically apples. It can be alcoholic or non-alcoholic and is a wonderful part of the fall season for families all over the region. With so many family-owned ba...

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September
12

Maine Corn MazeThere's something special about autumn in Maine. Our real estate agents look forward to the crisp morning air and brilliant foliage all year long. It's also the perfect time of year to visit Maine's lovely farms and orchards, which offer some great corn mazes this time of year!

  • Pumpkin Valley Farm - 100 Union Falls Rd, Dayton, ME 04005
    There are several events to look forward to at

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September
6

garage storage space

If it feels like your home lacks ample storage, turn to your garage. The garage is a frequently underutilized space that can significantly increase your home's usable storage.

Our real estate agents recommend following these tips to help you maximize and showcase your garage's storage space. 

  • Add Shelving
    Wall-mounted shelves are a terrific way to store small items and bins. Wire shelving is easy to install and cost-effective; you can also choose from a variety of she...

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September
2

Sustainable Organization with Less Plastic

jars with seeds

An organized home is a happy home, and it makes for less stress and more productivity. You don’t have to buy a mountain of plastic

The post Sustainable Organization with Less Plastic appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life.

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