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Here’s What You Need to Know About Buying Foreclosures

Here’s What You Need to Know About Buying Foreclosures

Not all home-buying experiences are cut-and-dry. You have options, and if one of these is to invest in a foreclosure, there are some things you need to know before you buy. Most professionals will tell you this might not be a good idea.  Why would you want to invest in a property where there could…

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By Kayleigh, 02/13/2017
5 Easy Home Improvement Projects to Tackle this Winter

5 Easy Home Improvement Projects to Tackle this Winter

When the days are short and the weekends seem even shorter, it can be a real challenge for most of us to get off the couch long enough to accomplish something. But if you’re looking for a productive way to combat the winter blues, making some easy improvements to your home might be the best thing…

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By Sarah, 02/10/2017
How to Incorporate Valentine’s Day Romance Into Your Home Year-Round

How to Incorporate Valentine’s Day Romance Into Your Home Year-Round

Whether or not you actually care to celebrate Valentine’s Day, there’s one thing you can’t deny: at this time of the year, love is in the air. Sometimes it’s the romantic variety–bouquets of roses and elegant perfume–and sometimes it’s the Galentine variety–ladies kicking back and celebrating their love and friendship for each other over brunch or…

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By Sarah, 02/08/2017
Building History: Frederick Stegmaier Mansion

Building History: Frederick Stegmaier Mansion

The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion is known throughout the Wilkes-Barre area. The mansion is big part of the city’s assortment of historical buildings and it is, in fact, part of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. Ownership Does the name Stegmaier ring a bell? Well, the same name that goes along with the famous Stegmaier beer–more affectionately…

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By Kayleigh, 02/06/2017

Lewith & Freeman Featured Listing: Charming 19th Century Colonial Farmhouse

453 Machell Ave., Dallas, Pennsylvania 18612 Enjoy the charm of this 19th-century Colonial farmhouse with all the benefits of modern living amenities. Built in 1810, this charming house is located in the heart of Dallas Borough and offers the privacy of country living while retaining close proximity to in-town resources. Restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, the…

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By Sarah, 02/03/2017
Tips for Hosting the Best (Last Minute) Game Day Party

Tips for Hosting the Best (Last Minute) Game Day Party

Just because the Big Game is only a few days away doesn’t mean it’s too late to plan on hosting a party! Whether your other plans fell through, your SO decided they really, really, really want to have everyone over, or you’ve decided you’d rather host so you don’t have to battle the winter elements to go to…

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By Sarah, 02/01/2017
How Much Money Will I Need for a Down Payment When Buying a Home?

How Much Money Will I Need for a Down Payment When Buying a Home?

We’re going to talk about something that might be a little scary for some: money and your mortgage down payment. When you’re buying a new house, you need to think about money quite a bit. How much should you have saved up to make that down payment on the home? Typically, we hear 20% as…

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By Kayleigh, 01/30/2017
Interior Design Trends: Memphis

Interior Design Trends: Memphis

A Memphis design comeback is the 80s flashback we didn’t know we needed (and aren’t sure we want). When you hear “Memphis,” you might think of Tennessee. Or a particular style of bbq. Or maybe Memphis, Egypt; Memphis, Texas; Memphis, New York; or the 2013 Boz Scaggs album, Memphis. But do you think of interior…

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By Sarah, 01/27/2017
Are You Using the Right Ice Melt at Home (and is it safe)?

Are You Using the Right Ice Melt at Home (and is it safe)?

It’s 6 o’clock in the morning and you’re frantically trying to shovel your driveway and de-ice your car before you have to leave for work. Before you run back inside to finish your now-cold cup of coffee and scarf down a quick bowl of cereal, you throw some ice melt onto your sidewalk and driveway…

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By Sarah, 01/25/2017
Open House Staging Tips and Tricks

Open House Staging Tips and Tricks

Open house staging can be scary on a few different levels. Perhaps the biggest fear for some is that you’ve got to get past any emotional attachment you have to the home. Homes hold a lot of memories, and I know it can be hard to let go, but fear not! Here are some tips…

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By Kayleigh, 01/23/2017
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