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10 Pieces of Valuable Info to Gather Before You Sell Your Home

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Posted by Wendy Martin, Relocation Director on April 09, 2014 in  Coldwell Banker Chicora  Grand Strand  Myrtle Beach  neighborhoods  Real Estate
When you are getting ready to sell your home, it is an overwhelming time.  Here are a few tips to help keep you organized prior to putting your home on the market.... read more
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Where Did The Easter Bunny Come From?

by Penny Rose
Posted by Wendy Martin, Relocation Director on March 20, 2014 in  Murrells Inlet  Myrtle Beach  North Myrtle Beach  Surfside Beach
There's no story in the Bible about the Easter Bunny. Neither is there a passage about children painting eggs or hunting for baskets overflowing with Easter goodies. And real rabbits certainly don't lay eggs.  So what does any of this have to do with Easter?  Nothing. These tropes were incorporated into the celebration of Easter separately from the Christian tradition of honoring the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead.  According to the University of Florida's Center for Children's Literature and ... read more
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Rosehaven

by Linda Kostron
Posted by Wendy Martin, Relocation Director on March 06, 2014 in  Coldwell Banker Chicora  community  Conway  Myrtle Beach  new homes
Rosehaven...a community of affordably priced New Homes within the city of Conway.  Follow the sidewalk and tree lined street leading into this neighborhood.  A variety of three and four bedroom homes are available to choose from, as well as home sites that range from a fifth of an acre up to four acres. Rosehaven is bordered by mature trees and protected woodlands.  Enjoy the adjacent Smith Jones Recreation Park with a pool, tennis and basketball courts, playground, ball fields and picnic areas.... read more
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The Speed of NOW

by Rod Smith
Posted by Wendy Martin, Relocation Director on February 21, 2014 in  Coldwell Banker Chicora  Grand Strand  Myrtle Beach  real estate agent
Baby Boomers were raised to be responsive, taught to return calls promptly and to send thank you cards. Thank you cards? When was the last time anyone got one of those? Even thank-you's for wedding gifts are rare. If you want to sincerely thank someone, send them a Thank You card by the post office. It will bowl them over.  Younger generations who grew up with technology probably think how quaint it is to return someone's call the same day, or no later than 24 hours. Their world is measured by how fast thei... read more
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Top 10 Reasons Long-term Leases Are Good for Landlords

by John Boyer
Posted by Wendy Martin, Relocation Director on February 14, 2014 in  Condos for Rent  rentals  vacation rentals
In no particular order, here are the Top 10 Reasons Long-Term Leases are Good for Landlords 1.  They reduce the potential of ‘void’ periods between tenants 2.  Extended vacancy or frequent tenant turnovers are expensive and can create unfavorable market perceptions  3.  Long-term leases reduce the risk of getting an undesirable, marginal credit tenant – if you’ve got a good one, keep it! 4.  You already have an established relationship with your current tenant and b... read more
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