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3 Coldwell Banker Agents Named as NAR Good Neighbor Award Finalist

Three awesome Gen Blue members – Sabrina Cohen, Nora Partlow and Kim Strub – make 2019 award finalist list
Posted by Matthew Hillier on September 09, 2019 in  Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker is pleased to announce that three Coldwell Banker affiliated real estate agents from across the country have been named as finalists for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Good Neighbor Award! The nominees are Sabrina Cohen of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate in Miami Beach, FL; Nora Partlow of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s in Alexandria, VA and Kim Strub of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s in Mill Valley, CA. The NA... read more
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The Power of Recommendation

Guest Post: Athena Snow Senior Manager, Public Relations for Coldwell Banker
Posted by Matthew Hillier on September 09, 2019 in  CBWMH Agents  Coldwell Banker  Women in Real Estate
Women make or influence 91% of home buying decisions and women make up two thirds of all real estate agents. Which makes the fact that Coldwell Banker received the Women’s Choice Award® as a “9 out of 10 Customer Recommended Real Estate Agency” pretty exciting. The Women’s Choice Award identifies and promotes America’s most recommended brands; Coldwell Banker has been recognized as a real estate leader in customer experience and overall quality – and it’s th... read more
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How to Pack Your Garage In 5 Steps

Guest Post: NorthStar Moving Co-Founder Laura McHolm
Posted by Matthew Hillier on September 09, 2019 in  Home Improvement  Home-Selling Tips  Homeownership
Packing up a garage when moving can feel like a chore. With a little planning, packing up your garage will ease your mind and possibly fill your wallet! Here are some tips on how to tackle the job. When it comes to packing up your home for a move, the garage is often the last room packed. Let’s face it, we put it off due to the sheer number of things piled up over the years. Garages are full of tools, landscaping equipment and things you don’t want to look at. Often, our garages have become the dumping... read more
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4 Ways to Welcome Your New Neighbor to the Neighborhood

Posted by Matthew Hillier on July 16, 2019 in  Family  New Homeowner
Moving into a new house is stressful enough. Add on the fact that you are living next to all new people and it can be a very anxious and overwhelming experience. Welcoming new people into the neighborhood is a nice gesture and can even be the start of a new friendship.Here are 4 tips for helping your new neighbors feel welcomed.#1 Introduce Yourself Once you feel your neighbors have had time to settle in, simply introducing yourself and your family is an easy and memorable gesture. You can break the ice by asking w... read more
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Summer is a great time to take time off and enjoy some TLC on vacation. However, most of us are so focused on the excitement of our trips that we don’t take much time to consider the security of our homes while we’re away. Studies show that burglaries take place 10% more in the summer than in the winter. Keep your home protected while on vacation with these 4 helpful tips.#1 Lock All Windows & DoorsOver 30% of burglars enter a home through unlocked doors and/or windows. To avoid this mishap, ensurin... read more
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