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Real Estate Designations and What They Mean

Posted by Amber Stimmel on January 20, 2016 in  agents  designation  education  Real Estate Agents  realtors
Finding a real estate professional that can most effectively meet your needs can be a daunting task. There are hundreds of agents out there that solicit business at the very first whiff of a real estate transaction’s possibility. They are by no means bad agents, they are actually go-getters. Real estate professionals are good at what they do for a variety of different reasons. Some love the idea of making a dream come true, some like the business and negotiation side, and some simply like houses. Like a... read more
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ELIZABETH ELROD AND JODY RONEY OF TEAM GALE EARN THEIR WORKFORCE HOUSING SPECIALIST CERTIFICATION

Certification Allows Agents to Offer Specialized Loan Programs to Help Teachers, Fire Fighters and Police Officers Find Afforda
Posted by Kathy Alexander on November 24, 2015 in  designation  realtors  Workforce Housing
            Elizabeth Elrod and Jody Roney of Team Gale of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage, recently earned their Workforce Housing Specialist (WHS) certification through the North Carolina Association of REALTORS’ housing foundation, Homes4NC. The mission of Homes4NC is to increase safe, decent and affordable housing for all North Carolinians. Of Team Gale’s 11 agents, three now have the WHS certification, including Tom Gale.        ... read more
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What to Expect When Listing Your House: The Offer

Posted by Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage on June 19, 2015 in  listings  negotiating  offer to purchase  realtors  What to expect
  As soon as our home hit the market we starting showing the house. Four days after going active in our MLS (Multiple Listing Service), our Agent hosted our first open house. Two days later, we had an offer. As soon as the text message came through that our Agent had emailed us a copy of the offer, my husband and I commented that, “This is it! We need champagne for signing!” Ahhh, how that elation quickly deflated. With shaky hands we opened the offer. It was for a whopping $25,000 less than our... read more
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The two most important decisions that we have made, thus far in our house-selling adventures, have been choosing our realtor and preparing our home for listing.  I am going to hit the three topics listed in the title above, and hopefully you will see why! Lets go in order, and if you are feeling a little lost it might be because you missed the first two blogs in this series. You can go back and read them here http://www.seacoastrealty.com/blog/. Before, during, and after listing your home for sale there is a ... read more
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    If you read last week’s blog post then you already know the first step. If you missed it then you might want to back up and read Step One: Finding a Realtor. Ok, caught up? Perfect. In an attempt to inform our clients, I am blogging my personal experience listing (selling) my home. As I mentioned in the last blog post, this is not my first experience. However,  it does carry much more weight. I now have 3 small children, a dog, and house bursting with a “lived- in” feel. We... read more
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