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Erik came to the United States with a pocket full of dreams from Ireland and had one goal to achieve the “American Dream.” He was coming to a land where he didn’t have any family or friends, nothing with him except $500 in his back pocket, and an apartment waiting for him in Bar Harbor,Continue reading “Commit to Finding Your “Why”“
Alicia and James were looking for a place to put down roots. After losing out on four offers, they toured a California ranch home that seemed “terrible and ugly.” But it had potential. Working with Realm has helped them tap into that potential and create plans for a spacious addition.
Jacob and Lauren found a home with space for their growing family and enough acreage to build an accessory dwelling unit. After red tape thwarted their initial attempt to build a rental property, they turned to Realm to achieve their goals.
Meet Emerald Taylor Drummond, this week’s Agent of the Week. Emerald views herself as “a lifestyle brand” and offers her clients “white glove service by being the liaison between movers and contractors” to ensure the move is as seamless and stress-free as possible. Read on for her top tips for new agents.
Innovative, tech-savvy, forward-thinking, and knowledgeable. This is what it takes to make it to Realm’s monthly “Top 25 Most Innovative Agents” list. In a competitive market, as a realtor, you need to make sure you stand out and are giving your clients the best customer service possible, and these agents have used Realm to help them do just that.
Realm is here to help you navigate the series of big decisions you’ll have to make. With data-backed insights ranging from how much to spend on a bathroom renovation to when to refinance, Realm is the modern American homeowner’s trusted resource.
An analysis of current material prices and financing rates concludes that while remodeling is more expensive now than it was last year, trying to time a renovation for both low interest rates and low materials may not be worth the wait or risk, because even a 1% increase in interest rates offsets the savings from waiting for materials prices to drop.
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