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Make Back to School Mornings Managable

Posted by Courtney Hackensmith on August 30, 2016 in No Category
One of the hardest parts of getting into the back to school swing is getting used to the routine, especially the early hectic mornings at home. With school just around the corner, or perhaps it has already started, here are 5 ways to getting out the door on time.  1. Prep the Night Before – There is just something about mornings that spells frantic rush! Avoid the morning battle by preparing as much as you can the night before. Assemble lunches, lay out clothes, pack backpacks, and even prep breakf... read more
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Coldwell Banker Celebrates 110 Years!

Posted by Courtney Hackensmith on August 26, 2016 in No Category
MADISON, N.J. (Aug. 26, 2016) - Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC, the original Silicon Valley real estate startup founded in 1906, proudly celebrates 110 years in business today. For more than a century, the Coldwell Banker® brand has stayed true to its mission of providing exceptional real estate experiences through leadership, innovation and quality service. Since the company's inception in 1906, customer service has been a guiding light. Young entrepreneur Colbert Coldwell established the company in the wak... read more
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The Home's BIGGEST Breakthroughs Since 1906

Posted by Courtney Hackensmith on August 26, 2016 in No Category
We’ve got an anniversary to celebrate – Coldwell Banker Real Estate turns 110 this year! In its lifetime, the company has seen real estate evolve, not only in terms of the market for homes, but also in terms of the things inside of our homes. To celebrate the 110th anniversary, we’ve cracked open and dusted off a few history books to learn a bit more about the biggest “smart” home innovations since 1906. In this post, we’ll look at the biggest breakthroughs from 1906 to today. F... read more
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3 Important Things for A Successful Home Sale

Posted by Courtney Hackensmith on August 22, 2016 in No Category
It's said that the three most important things in buying a home are location, location, location. But if you want to know why some homes sell and some homes don't, consider these three things:            1. Pricing it right: Nothing influences a home's sale more than its price. Understanding how to price your home requires the counsel of a professional who sells real estate for a living.2. First impression, best impression: Often called your "curb appeal,"... read more
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9 Tips for Living a (Semi-) Normal Life While Your Home is Being Shown

Posted by Courtney Hackensmith on August 15, 2016 in No Category
Selling your house? Those frequent showings can be a real hassle. You know it’s worth it to do your best to accommodate them, but that doesn’t make it any easier! Here are tips to make keeping your house ready to show to prospective buyers more doable. 1. Treat yourself to fresh flowers and other goodies. A bouquet of flowers, a bowl of fresh fruit, the “fancy” soap: These things make your home look extra lovely for potential buyers, but (here’s the secret) they make your daily li... read more
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