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By Kara Masterson Buyers are so hyper-focused on the home that they often cast aside surroundings. "Surroundings" do not equal trees, fences or landscape....

Finding out that your home has been burglarized can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a person's life. A burglary is a violation of your personal...

Contributed by Terri Engels When people think of crime-ridden locales, it may be images of bustling city backdrops that dance in their heads – the kind...

The dialogue concerning REALTOR® safety—ongoing and unabated in the year since the death of Arkansas agent Beverly Carter —has brought to light the...

Real estate professionals take a broad array of precautions to stay safe, from taking martial arts classes to setting up complex safety policies within...

When real estate professionals are in the field, safety should be one of their utmost concerns. With REALTOR® Safety Month just around the corner, and...

Decks are great outdoor entertainment and relaxation areas, especially in the summertime, but they also need regular maintenance and checkups to stay in...

Contributed by James White, homeyimprovements.com                     Here’s a startling statistic:...

Safety in the field is one of the most important aspects of the business that all real estate agents should be conscious of. Given that September is REALTOR®...

Safe pet remodeling may not be something you think about before the start of a new remodeling project, but if your dog gets out or your cat runs away–it...