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Client Etiquette aka trying not to be a Bitter Realtor

The life of a Realtor can be challenging at times. When the economy is good, it seems the number of real estate agents grows quickly, increasing competition. New agents, or people contemplating becoming agents, appear to think it is an … Continue reading

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Estates in the Hudson River Valley

It is interesting to be able to visit once private homes built by owners with no or very high budget restrictions. Recently, my partner and I went on a tour of some of the Hudson River Valley estates. We had traveled to New … Continue reading

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Mid-Century Houses in Demand

As many people know, mid-century houses are making a come back recently in urban areas. They may never have gone out of vogue in California or Florida, but for many years it was difficult to sale a mid-century home in … Continue reading

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Martin Boyer – A Charlotte Treasure

Martin Boyer (1893-1970) is well known by architectural historians in Charlotte for the beautiful homes he designed in many of our most prestigious old neighborhoods. His family moved to Charlotte in 1908 from Virginia. Opening his own design firm in … Continue reading

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Changing Market

I have completed several Market Conditions Addendums for appraisals during the past year in Charlotte, relative to neighborhoods throughout the city. This report tracks values for residential properties within a defined neighborhood for the past year. It takes into account … Continue reading

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