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With All of the Recent Storms . . . . Check Our This Recent Article on Home Insurance

........ Make Sure you are protected
Posted by Norman Polsky on September 10, 2017 in No Category
5 Things That Might Make Your Home Insurance Null and Void Home insurance is essential, regardless of your house’s size or location. However, even if you have homeowners coverage in place, there are many reasons why your home insurance policy may become null and void. Here are a few to watch out for. 1.)  Keep Receipts of Your Belongings What good is home insurance if you can’t get the coverage you need for all of your possessions? Ultimately, you’ll need receipts to verify property ownership... read more
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WHAT IS A SMART HOME

Posted by Norman Polsky on August 04, 2017 in No Category
How to Use Smart Home to Build Your Advantage  When 79% of agents say that buyers are interested in smart home tech and 54% of sellers say they would install it to make their home sell faster – you know that smart home is a trend worth understanding. Being able to recognize smart home tech in a listing and guiding a buyer on how it can change the way they live in their home sets you apart. Smart home tech is no longer just a high-end upgrade. It’s now a must-have in markets as diverse as Boston and... read more
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> Rising home prices and mortgage rates mean homebuyers are paying more and getting less this house hunting season. And with tighter available inventory, finding a great deal on a home is proving more difficult. But the combination of home prices and local wages is making some markets more attractive than others. There are  12 cities where home buyers are getting the most bang for their buck. St Louis is now number 5 in the list.The data, from the First American Real House Price... read more
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With the news that solar shingles and solar panels are becoming more accepted in the area - Does your insurance cover these items. Before making such an investment you need to know. Anyone financing a home purchase knows that the bank wants to see adequate insurance on its collateral. Of course, what is sufficient for a lender may not be sufficient for the owner. Myriad homeowners policies contain a sea of coverage and exemptions which are sometimes difficult for policyholders to comprehend. If an improvement is ma... read more
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The 10 Most Expensive Places to Live in the US and . . . . . ..

The 10 Most Affordable Places to Live . . . . . . .
Posted by Norman Polsky on September 25, 2016 in No Category
Tech is hot, and Silicon Valley is hotter. For the third time in five years, the technology capital of the world ranked as the most expensive place to live in the United States in the Coldwell Banker Real Estate Home Listing Report (HLR). According to the report, which is the most extensive home price comparison tool in the U.S., the average four-bedroom, two-bathroom home costs $2,453,718 in this year's most expensive market, Saratoga, California. Six of the top 10 most expensive markets are in Silicon Valley, and... read more
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