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You Have Heard of Dear Abby . . .

Now You can Try . . .
Posted by Norman Polsky on September 05, 2012 in No Category

„Dear Norm„

Get all  of your real estate questions answered  . . . . from title to mortgage  to sales questions . . .  just e-mail our broker at npolsky@cbp1.com . . . 

The answeres will tthen be posted on this blog to help you and others who might have the same questions. 

(this of course will be done anonoysouly)

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Writing the Perfect Dear Seller Letter

Posted by Kailey Hagar on August 27, 2018 in No Category
In a seller’s market, buyers frequently find themselves competing for a limited number of available properties for sale. When competing for a home, one thing that can give buyers a distinctive edge is writing a dear seller letter to the homeowners. A dear seller letter is one thing that can give the buyer a distinctive edge in a seller’s market. In St. Louis listing inventory is low and buyers find themselves competing for a limited number of available properties for sale. When competing for a home... read more
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Would A Career In Real Estate Sales Work for You?

Posted by Norman Polsky on February 21, 2016 in No Category

Watch This Short Video from agent in Ohio to give you some insight to This Profession:


https://youtu.be/LOsUJBc-uCk

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With All of the Recent Storms . . . . Check Our This Recent Article on Home Insurance

........ Make Sure you are protected
Posted by Norman Polsky on September 10, 2017 in No Category
5 Things That Might Make Your Home Insurance Null and Void Home insurance is essential, regardless of your house’s size or location. However, even if you have homeowners coverage in place, there are many reasons why your home insurance policy may become null and void. Here are a few to watch out for. 1.)  Keep Receipts of Your Belongings What good is home insurance if you can’t get the coverage you need for all of your possessions? Ultimately, you’ll need receipts to verify property ownership... read more
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Winter Lawn Care Tips

Check out these winter lawn care tips to keep your lawn healthy in the cold.
Posted by Kailey Hagar on December 18, 2018 in No Category
Caring for your lawn during the winter can look different from other homeowners depending on your location. Unless you live in the extreme Southern areas of the country, most grass types will go dormant during the cold winter months. However, just because winter isn’t the primary growing season doesn’t mean that there isn’t plenty to still do. Check out these winter lawn care tips to keep your lawn healthy. Apply Fertilizer Choosing to add fertilizer to your lawn before the snow falls is... read more
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