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Chris Armstrong
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Chris understands that your home is your largest investment. There are many factors that if left unaddressed may keep your home from selling or may affect the amount you receive. Chris wants to ensure that you receive the best possible price for your home and sell in the quickest amount of time. Chris also understands how important it is to find that perfect place to call home. I know the area so I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate here. I can work with you to find the right home with the amenities that matter to you- at the price that is right for you!
Chris understands that your home is your largest investment. There are many factors that if left unaddressed may keep your home from selling or may affect the amount you receive. Chris wants to ensure that you receive the best possible price for your home and sell in the quickest amount of time. Chris also understands how important it is to find that perfect place to call home. I know the area so I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate here. I can work with you to find the right home with the amenities that matter to you- at the price that is right for you!

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Create a Canine Organization Shelf. Instead of having to go from room to room searching for your pup’s most prized possessions, keep them in one place with this nifty organizing shelf. It will give you easy access to his treats, leashes, toys, and waste bags. Just stack, grab, and go!
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One quick way to add to your property value is to update your light fixtures. Good lighting will make a huge difference in the look and feel of a home. It doesn't have to be expensive. Installing a statement chandelier can really add a signature "pop." It's a small investment that will add a fresh feel and really tie a room together. So discard those dated brass fixtures and bring your home into the 21st century! You will love the look and it will make a difference when you are ready to sell your home!
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Just spend 15 minutes each day to get a more organized home!

Today's decluttering mission, for January 11th, is to declutter plastic wrap, aluminum foil, and food storage bags. As with all these missions I'm not suggesting you get rid of it all, but only keep a reasonable amount. Often we grab more at the store because we can't remember if we're going to run out, just to accumulate way too many of these items. Either make sure it is all in a central location so you really know how much you have and make a concerted effort to use it all before buying more, or donate some of it to get back to a reasonable amount.

Finally, once you've got it down to a reasonable amount, here's my article on ideas for storage and organization of these items in your kitchen. --> https://www.home-storage-solutions-101.com/wrap-storage.html

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WHACK germs!
W Wash your hands often with soap and water.
H Home is where you stay when you are sick.
A Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth –especially when you are sick.
C Cover your coughs and sneezes so you do not spread germs to others.
K Keep your distance from sick people so you don’t get sick too.
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Water Heater Maintenance Tip
Chris Armstrong, Realtor®

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Clutter and Dirt

(From Kiplingers)
Ugh. You want buyers to imagine living in your home, not to wonder “How can these people live like this?” when they come through the front door.

Pack up your tchotchkes and other non-essential stuff (store the boxes neatly in your garage or other storage area). Then thoroughly clean your house and be prepared to keep it that way until you move out.

If your house has unpleasant odors—say, from smoking or pets--that will turn off buyers, too. You may want to hire a specialist to help you (see www.iicrc.org).

Cost to fix: Nothing but the cost of cleaning supplies if you supply the elbow grease. For pro cleaning, you can expect to pay from $188 to $234 for a 2,000-square-foot house with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, or $269 to $335 for a 3,000-square-foot house with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, according to www.homewyse.com.
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Some days I get so busy I forget to eat lunch (true story).
Some days don't end until long after I've gotten back home.
Some days my phone doesn't stop ringing and I just pray for a moment to breathe.
Some days are tough and my head hurts from banging it against walls.
Some days I hate lenders.
Some days I love lenders!
But every day.
Every. Single. Day. I am grateful.
I'm thankful for the beautiful people I meet.
I'm thankful for the relationships I've developed.
I'm thankful to be able to do a job where I can help make dreams come true.
I'm thankful to have a job doing something I absolutely love!
To all of my clients, past and present . . .and future. Thank you!
Without you, I wouldn't have a job.
Without you, MY dreams wouldn't be coming true!
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As I went down in the river to pray
Studying about that good old way
And who shall wear the starry crown
Good Lord, show me the way!

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Pricing correctly is critical!
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