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How Eric Mortimer’s Service Outclasses the Rest

Why do people choose to work with Eric Mortimer as their Realtor? Just ask Kimmy, a client who worked with Eric to get her home sold. Here’s what she had to say:

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Listing Preparation Tips From a Certified Home Inspector

Today I’m joined by special guest and certified home inspector Barry Malesh to talk about things homeowners can do to prepare their property for the market.

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In Real Estate, Money Is Everything

This post may be controversial for some because it doesn’t necessarily reflect what everybody is saying about our real estate market. Today I’m going to share some challenges and opportunities for people in the apartment, detached housing, and attached housing markets. I’ve got a forecast for the 2018 market to share as well.

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Are Home Assessments the Same Thing as Home Value?

You can bet on your property assessment notices to be mailed to you every January, but can you trust everything else about them?

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The Benefits of Using Clay Walls in Your Home

I’m in a beautifully renovated bungalow for this week’s post. As soon as I walked in here, I knew it had so many amazing features that are usually reserved for homes at twice the price. The one feature that stood out to me was the American Clay walls. They are absolutely gorgeous. They were done by Patrick Allard, a local artisan and craftsman who just happens to be with us today. 

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Should You Buy or Sell First? A Story of Heartache

Should you buy first or sell first? I get the dilemma: You don’t want to lose a whole bunch of money, but you also don’t want to end up homeless either. Today, we’re going to discuss some mistakes that buyers and sellers make that can cause them to lose sleep, money, and even your marbles.

One of the traps that are easily avoidable I see people frequently fall into can be summed up in this example:


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Should You Buy or Sell First? A Story of Heartache

Should you buy first or sell first? I get the dilemma: You don’t want to lose a whole bunch of money, but you also don’t want to end up homeless either. Today, we’re going to discuss some mistakes that buyers and sellers make that can cause them to lose sleep, money, and even your marbles.

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7 Signs It’s Time to Move

Over the years, we’ve become experts at identifying the trends that cause people to move. Here are the seven most common life changes that let you know you’re a candidate for an address change as well:

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3 Major Mistakes to Avoid when Selling Your House

If you are trying to sell your property, it’s important to avoid these three cardinal real estate sins.

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5 Ways to Avoid Buyer's Remorse

Far too often, buyers find what they think is the perfect home only to be disappointed after they move in. Once the rose-colored glasses come off and problems start to become apparent, they are left with serious buyer’s remorse.

When it comes to real estate, regretting your purchase isn’t as simple as going back to a store and telling the cashier that you’ve changed your mind about what you bought.

However, this situation can be avoided if you’re equipped with the right knowledge. There are a few key things you should never overlook when buying a home. Today, I’d like to share five tips.


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