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Below is the very popular First Person Real Estate Englewood Article by Zillow. This news feed provides a large array of articles pertaining to the Home Buying and Selling experience as well as the latest Real Estate tips and tricks. Please bookmark this page as this First Person news feed updates daily. The articles provided are most certainly entertaining as well as informational. Find fun facts, helpful information, great stories and so much more!

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  • 5 Home Staging Tips From an Expert Flipper
    You updated the plumbing, refinished the flooring, painted the walls. In short, your home renovation is finally finished, and you’re ready to put your flipped house on the market. But before you do, follow these five home staging tricks that top house flippers use - if you do, you'll likely ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-08-01
  • ‘I Wasn’t Looking to Sell My Home, But for the Right Price…’
    Francis, a Seattle homeowner, shares what it was like to sell a house without putting it on the market. As told to Jamie Birdwell-Branson. Shortly after moving into my Seattle house in 2015, I listed it on Zillow’s for-sale-by-owner pre-market feature, Make Me Move. I got everything organized and listed ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-07-31
  • We Bought a Home Sight Unseen (Here’s What We Learned)
    "No. Absolutely not. Stop looking at those. Put your laptop away right now." This is how I talk to my husband, and I'm not proud of that. But having lived in three different houses during just six years of marriage, I was nervous to find him browsing real estate listings ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-07-28
  • Use Less, Save More: Energy-Efficient Tips for Lowering Your Utility Bills
    We all enjoy being warm and cozy in the winter, and cool as a cucumber in the summer - but the energy bills that keep us there can get out of hand quickly. In fact, the average American household spends roughly $200 per month on energy bills, according to 2012 U.S. ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-07-12
  • Rehabbing a Home? Be Ready for These 5 Costs
    So you want to calculate the price tag on a house rehab, but you have no construction background. How do you go about it? Understandably, this is a common scenario that holds many people back from flipping houses. It's also one of the most common questions people ask Tarek and ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-07-07
  • 5 Essential Steps for Buying an Investment Property
    Taking your first step into the world of real estate investment can feel both thrilling and daunting. As with anything new, there's a learning curve, but with a little time and research, you’ll find the results can be very rewarding. Before you buy your first property, here are five things ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-05-05
  • Miami vs. Orlando: A Sunshine State Showdown
    Life in Miami and Orlando isn’t all about vacation. While this may come as a surprise to many of Florida’s non-natives, each city offers a unique lifestyle beyond theme parks and spring break parties. While some year-round residents have grown accustomed to dodging overcrowded parts of town and adjusting work ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-05-03
  • Setting Up a Successful Home Repair Budget
    Many people will become first-time home buyers this spring. Those buyers are probably running the numbers now: This much for the mortgage, this much for property tax, a bit more for utilities…. Some of them will get renovation loans that allow them to rehab a fixer-upper and make it fit for fine ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-04-26
  • Building the BLOCK Project to Help the Homeless
    My friend Rex Hohlbein, the compassionate force behind the community-building project Facing Homelessness, just launched a visionary new endeavor to alleviate homelessness: the BLOCK Project. The BLOCK Project aims to put a BLOCK Home in the backyard of one single-family lot on every residentially zoned block within the city of ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-03-23
  • Renovation Adventures With an Old Detroit Home
    Amy Haimerl and her husband, Karl, bought a gorgeous, dilapidated home in Detroit in 2013 - just six weeks before the city declared bankruptcy. It was a low point for the area, marking a tragic confluence of decades of job losses with an economic hammer blow from the housing crash. The ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-03-22
  • Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Fix Up Your Home Like a Flipper
    If you're anything like me, you may find that it's all too easy to get caught up in the rush of flipping houses. I'll admit - buying an old house, fixing it up, and flipping it for a profit is pretty exciting. But if you get too distracted by flipping ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-02-16
  • My Experience Building a New Construction Home
    By Michael Montoya, as told to Natalie Wise   When my fiancée and I were home shopping, we looked and looked, and did a lot of comparisons. Price comparisons, size comparisons, what we'd need to fix in the future. We were both first-time home buyers so we were very thorough in our ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-01-27
  • Tips for Renovating a Home to Appeal to Baby-Boomer Buyers
    On average, the American population is getting older. More than 76 million Americans were born between 1946 and 1964 (the baby-boom generation), which means a large portion of our population is aged 50 and older. Baby boomers are either retired or reaching retirement age, and they are quickly becoming empty ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-01-20
  • Insiders Share What Makes Baltimore So Charming
    Once dubbed the ‘City of Neighborhoods’ for its more than 100 identified districts, Baltimore, MD is a true East Coast gem. Though often recognized for its iconic rowhouses and rich industrial history, this city is further defined by a unique mix of Southern hospitality, urban charm and coastal flavor. Whether ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2017-01-10
  • How to Feel at Home, No Matter Where You Are
    So it turns out, despite our best efforts, we don't all actually have the kind of "home" that commercials and catalogs like to pretend we do. Not that we wouldn't want it. Who could say no to a quaintly historic house towering over the neighborhood like an architectural cupcake? Who ... read more
    Source: First Person Real Estate (posted)Published on 2016-12-14

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