We thought it would be a great idea to start sharing some great recipes. Since its national Cheese day lets start with something cheesy. Feel free to share one of your favorites as well. Click here for a great cheesy recipe. One of my personal favorites.
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Here we’ll cover the key points of writing your property description. First, you will need a headline- The headline is the attention-grabber. Many buyers searching for a home will just flip through the headlines of a listing. Therefore, you have about one line and 2 seconds to grab their attention. Buyers want to quickly find … Continue reading “How to write a good property listing description”
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and hampers the economy, many homeowners may be looking for greater mortgage relief. Foreclosure moratoriums are in place and many lenders are offering assistance to those struggling.While the rate of non-current loans remained sharply higher than a year ago, CoreLogic reports that serious delinquencies, loans more than 89 days … Continue reading “The Refi Boom is Keeping Elevated Delinquencies in Check”
On November 19, 2020, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) announced a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding a civil lawsuit, which was filed against NAR the same day, alleging certain anticompetitive business practices. As part of the settlement agreement, NAR has agreed to modify certain rules and policies to improve … Continue reading “NAR Reaches Agreement with DOJ on MLS and Commissions Rules”
One of the biggest changes in our understanding of the coronavirus has been about how the virus is transmitted. In the beginning, it was thought to travel by moisture from someone’s nose or mouth that would fall to the ground relatively fast. It’s now clear that tiny particles carrying the virus can remain airborne, possibly … Continue reading “Winter during the pandemic”
Now that fall in full swing and winter is around the corner, now may be the ideal time to get any outstanding outdoor projects out of the way. Many people think landscaping only happens in spring and summer, but there’s so much more work to do in fall beyond just raking those pesky leaves. Despite … Continue reading “VA Fall Gardening Tips”