How’s the Real Estate Market?

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Van Halen, Brown M&Ms and My Wife

Posted on Posted in Buying a Home, Selling a Home Thanks to Glen Larson [] for this inside look at a well-run operation: “During the 1980’s, Van Halen became “notorious” for having a clause in their tour contract. Pages and pages of details were included in the contract. In the middle of the contract was a clause stating that the band wanted a bowl of […]

Why Zillow is Often Wrong

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If Only…

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go We like to keep in touch with our clients and hear what’s been going on in their lives and with their real estate and other investment plans. These days, there’s not a lot of good news and we don’t usually hear that plans are working out better than expected. In fact, we usually hear that […]