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Terry Reeves
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Important ways to alleviate any anxiety or stress during the #homebuying #process. These simple 5 #tips will help you think about purchasing any #home before you make this big decision.

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Ideas and Photos for the Design of a Family Room & Adjoining Kitchen

To make rooms appear larger and create more space in a home, many designers choose to create combination family rooms and kitchens. Also known as a great room or
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There are Top 10 Lists aplenty that detail just why any Big Rapids and Mecosta County area homeowner should think twice before planting one of those For Sale by Owner signs in their front yard.

http://www.cbgreatlakes.com/terry.reeves/blog/5_Reasons_Big_Rapids_and_Mecosta_County_Area_Sellers_Should_Shun_the_FSBO_Idea

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While reading a real estate magazine article about “the pros and cons of buying during the peak selling season,” I was fairly certain (as you probably would be) that, one way or another, the cons wouldn’t outweigh the pros. The Mecosta County’s peak selling season is certainly prime time whenever there are homes for sale, but often there ...

http://ow.ly/1A8T301bhnk

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Most Americans have now arrived at the conclusion that it is a good time to buy a home. That’s the top line analysis from one of the country’s major mortgage creators, but there’s a secondary finding about credit scores that could also have a sizeable impact on our real estate activity.

http://ow.ly/4nkhYw

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Whenever a buyer or seller is set to enter the market, they find themselves faced with the task of identifying the Big Rapids real estate agent who will serve them best. There are many of us to choose from — and not volumes of guidance on how to proceed.

http://ow.ly/4mKfQd

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Several different surveys confirm that if you ask American consumers which they prefer, close to twice as many say they would choose to move into a brand new home rather than an existing one. But — and there are several important ‘buts’ — when it comes to today’s typical Big Rapids house hunter, that answer can be a little misleading.

http://ow.ly/4mKeLw
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