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Marine Park two family brick home is tastefully decorated from top to bottom. The owner enjoys six spacious rooms with 1-1/2 baths,plus a full finished basement with a 3/4 bath and a separate entrance. Add the 4-1/2 room walk-in apartment,private drive and landscaped yard, and it’s a must see. Call Charles D’Alessandro of Fillmore Real Estate at 718 253-9600 ext.206 or e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org today for your exclusive showing.
Bensonhurst Brooklyn (0 comments)
Brooklyn Homes for Sale and Virtual Staging: New Sales Method or Old Scam? - 06/26/10 08:13 AM
Home staging has long been a way to sell Brooklyn homes for sale. In short, stagers come into your home, look the place over and start packing (if it’s not already empty). They bring furniture, draperies and other things to make the home look warm, beautiful and inviting to buyers. The trick is to make the Brooklyn homes for sale inviting in a way that doesn’t overwhelm the buyer’s personal tastes. It’s worked, selling thousands of homes that might not have sold otherwise, and selling them faster than non-staged homes. For the past year or two, however, virtual (or conceptual) staging (2 comments)
“Top 3 Facts About Using Agents When Selling or Buying Brooklyn Homes” - 06/22/10 08:53 AM
As you may be aware, there are two primary ways to sell and buy Brooklyn homes. One, FSBO (For Sale By Owner), means just what it says – the owner sells the home. The second, of course, is selling the home through a real estate agent. What you may not be aware of is the main reasons why so many choose to hire an agent, whether selling or buying Brooklyn homes. Should you hire an agent? Of course, I’m going to say yes. However, what I really want you to do is make up your own mind after reading. Only you (0 comments)
Open Season on Homes for Sale in Brooklyn – Hunting License Not Needed - 06/21/10 08:03 AM
It’s open season on homes for sale in Brooklyn, and no hunting license is needed. You might want to wear bright orange jackets if you’re a seller, though. It’s a buyer’s market and, in this case, you want the house hunters to see you. Now, you can only take the hunting analogy so far; I don’t think you’d appreciate being hung on a wall as a trophy. You will appreciate hunters setting their sights on homes for sale in Booklyn, however. Here are a few tips to ensure that your home is the one they target: Stand out in the open (1 comments)
Fillmore Real Estate Presents Three Great Brooklyn Properties For Sale! - 06/17/10 07:29 AM
View RSS feed close [x] Brooklyn Community of Marine Park Two Family Brick home! Two bedroom apartment over a three room walk in priced to sell in todays market! Features include a private driveway and one car garage. The spacious yard have lots of room for outdoor entertaining. For more information go to BrooklyRealEstate.com or call today718 253-9600 EXT.206 or just email me at email@example.com
The Best of Bensonhurst’s Brooklyn neighborhood!
Fillmore Real Estate Presents A two family home featuring a five room apartment with three spacious bedrooms, remodeled kitchen and bath over an equally beautiful two bedroom (0 comments)
Reports Say, “Yes, You Can Buy a Brooklyn Home for Sale!” - 06/17/10 07:22 AM
If you’ve been looking at your finances to see if you can afford a Brooklyn home for sale, or a home in any area for that matter, a new report from the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo says, “Yes, you can!” According to this report, the prices for over 72% of the homes purchased in the first quarter of 2010 were affordable for families making an annual income of $63,800 (the median national income). One of the main reasons for this is because of the national median price: just $175,000. Adding to that is the still historically low (3 comments)
Cool Your Brooklyn Home for Less This Summer - 06/13/10 11:15 AM
We’re all trying to live greener lives, but nothing zaps your energy or your will to live greener in your Brooklyn home like summer heat. The summer heat can also assault your wallet. In fact, you can easily watch your utility bill double during the summer months. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to cool your Brooklyn home for less money and less impact on the environment this summer. Here’s how. Prep your home. Turn off heat-generating lights and appliances. Don't use your oven. In the afternoon, close your windows and outside doors and keep window coverings drawn. At (0 comments)
Brooklyn Real Estate: Fight Mold Before Buyers Run - 06/10/10 08:31 AM
Spring is the rainy season for many parts of the nation and, for those areas where spring doesn’t bring rain, summer does. Rain brings mold, mold grows on your Brooklyn real estate and buyers run. Of course, if it doesn’t rain, there’s always humidity, which can also cause mold and mildew in the home. How do I know if I have mold? Well, for example, if you get up in the morning, walk into your living room and find a swimming pool where your couch used to be, you might have mold once the water dries up. Of course, if you (1 comments)
Brooklyn Real Estate – A Little Humor Goes a Long Way - 06/06/10 10:59 AM
If you pay attention to national and Brooklyn real estate at all, especially if you access news on the internet, it has to be confusing. I read stories online, and I’m amazed by the conflicting information, and I worry about how it must come across to individuals trying to buy or sell Brooklyn real estate. For instance, only a month or two ago, experts were concerned that we didn’t have enough of a housing supply. Now, online sites like the Wall Street Journal are reporting that the U.S. actually has 103 months worth of foreclosed homes – a heavy load that (1 comments)
If you’ve ever been to a block party, you know it is a great way to gather your neighborhood friends together for some fun. You can easily throw a block party everyone who lives near your Brooklyn home will love. Here’s how: Enlist the help of your neighbors. Throwing a block party at your Brooklyn home is a major undertaking, so you will need all the help you can get. Ask others in your community to help you plan, decorate, prepare food, and clean. Get permission. You don’t want your party broken up by the police or fined by the (1 comments)
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