November 10, 2011

A Realtor’s Definition of “Client Cooperation”

Buyers, Sellers — and Condo Associations When Realtors talk about how “cooperative” a client is, they’re usually thinking of Sellers. So, a cooperative Seller is one who takes (most of) their Realtor’s advice about home prep and staging; prices realistically; has their home looking great for showings and is reasonable about accommodating same, etc. A cooperative...
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Thanksgiving Checklist for Twin Cities Visitors

Holiday Home Buyers How are people visiting the Twin Cities for Thanksgiving planning to spend their time here? Share a big meal with family and friends? Check. Watch parades, football, etc. on TV? Check. Shop for a Twin Cities home with a local Realtor? Apparently, that’s what at least a few visitors have on tap. During...
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How to Hide a 3-Car Garage

Avoiding the “Garage-with-a-House-Attached” Look Can you spot the 3-car garage in the photo above? Hint:  not all three stalls are together. If you haven’t already figured it out, there is a an attached, two-car garage on the left, and a one-car garage on the right. Inside, this Plymouth home has another innovative design feature:  a...
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