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Joseph Talbot
Personally and Professionally Meeting Your Real Estate Needs
Personally and Professionally Meeting Your Real Estate Needs
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How to Improve the Value of My Home.
What Should I do to Improve the Value of My Home and Not Spend a Fortune? This is one of the most fequently asked questions. When I list a home, I do a walk through of the entire home and we discuss the things that have been done that have an effect on valu...

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MPAC and My Home
CAN YOU EXPLAIN MPAC VERSUS MLS PRICING/VALUATION FOR HOMES? This was a question that was asked of me just recently. Well, some of this may always remain a mystery. One may never know fully how these entities really operate. But this is my understanding and...

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Is the winter a good time
to sell or should I wait until spring? This
is a question that I get asked all the time, especially in the winter or in the
months of December and January. There are many reasons why folks sell in the
winter. A lot of buyers think ...

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Keeping the Cold Out and Keeping your Home Warm! There are many ways to improve your home's
warmth and help keep your house healthy. When your home is breathing in cold
air it runs the risk of meeting the warm air and producing condensation, which
then can ...

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The Town of Blue Mountains
The Town of Blue Mountains was formed on
January 1, 2001, and includes Lora Bay, Thornbury, Clarksburg, Slabtown,
Camperdown, Loree, Victoria Corners, Heathcote, Craigleith, Swiss Meadows,
Banks, Ravenna, Redwing, Castle Glen, Gibraltor, Kolapore, Duncan, L...

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For anyone who doesn't already know, I am an Accredited Senior Agent (ASA). I have been doing some reading and came across an ASA article about hiring not only a real estate professional, but the right  real estate professional for you . Selling or buying a...

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Creemore's History
The Creemore area was settled in 1842 by
William Nalty, and the village itself was founded 3 years later in 1845 by
Edward Webster. The name Creemore has an Irish origin and comes from the Gaelic
phrase “cree mohr”, which means “big heart”. Edward Webster, ...
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