Monthly Archives: July 2013

Marilyn’s $75 DIY Kitchen Makeover!

$75 DIY Kitchen Makeover Starting this week off on the blog is another cheap and easy DIY renovation project from the Real Estate Associates master of DIY – Marilyn Osborn! Marilyn and her husband have a 1940s era Cape Cod … Continue reading

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Friday Facts 7/26/13

Massachusetts Communities Among Safest Live in the US; First Time Homebuyers Drop From the National Association of Realtors in Realtor Magazine: Ranking 5th in the 10 safest places to live in the U.S. is Cambridge – Newton – Framingham, MA.  … Continue reading

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Changes Coming to Realtor.com, Zillow Launching TV Campaign – Friday Facts!

Changes coming to the web; Real Estate TV Campaigns and Mortgage Rates! Real Estate Bits and Pieces: From Inman News:  Realtor.com will display sold listing data in Boston, Chicago and San Francisco as well as who represented the buyer and … Continue reading

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Cape Cod and Islands MLS Statistics – June 2013

   

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The Best Beaches in Falmouth and Mashpee Cape Cod

Earlier this summer we covered the Best Beaches in Bourne and Sandwich. Well, this time we’re turning our attention to creating a beach guide for two of our most favorite towns: Falmouth and Mashpee. Falmouth is well-known for its beaches, … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Prep Your Home for a Fast Sale – Friday Facts

An article by Rebecca Chandler in RIS Media gives, “Five Tips to Prepare Your Home for a Successful Sale” Curb Appeal.  Make them want to go in.  Make sure the exterior is well-kept and clean. A pot or two of … Continue reading

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Selling Tip – Easy Cape Cod Kitchen Painting Project!

Here on Cape Cod, we’ve got a lot of houses built in the 1960s and 1970s. You know what that means: Paneling. Everywhere. A lot of it is dark brown or near black for who knows whatever reason, but it’s … Continue reading

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