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Got A Fixer-Upper? Better to Fix It Up Before Selling

No more scuffed wood paneling, peeling paint, and worn carpets. This season educated buyers are spurning the fixer-upper for turn-key houses where they can simply drop their bags and start their new lives. For years, houses that needed a little TLC were in demand for buyers who didn’t mind taking on do-it-yourself projects in the…
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Newly Constructed Dream Home on Market in Rye

The newly constructed dream home at 135 Highland Road in Rye has everything a new homeowner could ever wish for – from the 20-foot-high entry foyer to the magnificent chef's kitchen to the luxurious mahogany-paneled office. Beautifully designed to combine an elegant New England Colonial exterior with striking contemporary interior design, this 7900+-square-foot home also features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, ten-foot…
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Tips for Settling Into Your New Community with Ease

For home buyers, it can be both exciting and overwhelming to move into a new community. There are endless questions, from where to buy clothes for the kids and find out who gives music lessons, to how do you find a trustworthy babysitter and what is the best yoga class in town?   But if you…
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Helpful Tips For Evaluating A School District

Considering a move to the suburbs? If so, finding a great home in an excellent school district may well be at the top of your list. Keep in mind that even if you don’t have school-age children, a community's highly regarded public school system helps to ensure strong market value and a consistently high demand for property. Here are…
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