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Ways to Pay for Home Improvement Projects

by AH for Masha Halpern

Regardless of whether or not you are looking to put your home on the market, it’s important to keep your home in the best shape possible. Some projects are important for regular maintenance, such as replacing appliances or the roof, while others add value to the home such as updating the kitchen or adding on a screened porch.
 

We’ve found this great article by The Money Pit that lists 5 different possible ways of paying for these needed repairs or updates. Read 5 Best Ways to Pay for Home Improvement Projects by Tom Kraeutler.

If a home improvement project is something in your near future, Masha can help you determine which projects will add the most value to your home. She can also provide you with names from her great network of tradesmen to help get the job done.
 

Let us know how we can help with your projects & goals. Our mission is to not just sell houses, but to help families love their homes while building & maintaining solid roots in their communities.
 

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Masha Halpern Boutique Real Estate is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel Hill, Durham, Carrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.MashaHalpern.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets. Masha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-951-1780 or by emailing Masha@MashaHalpern.com.

Home Improvement Projects That Add Big Value To Your Home

by AH for Masha Halpern

Even if you don't have the funds or the energy for a big improvement project or remodel, small changes can make your home a more enjoyable place to live, increase its value, and help you command the best possible price when you sell.
 

Exchange light fixtures for ceiling fans.A stylish new ceiling fan instantly updates a room and can add value to your home. Choose fans that create a rustic vintage look or add a cool island vibe to an outdoor patio.
 

Replace your kitchen faucet and sink.If your sink is chipped and stained, or your faucet is grungy, new fixtures will make food prep and washing dishes more enjoyable. Even a basic but deeper stainless steel basin will sparkle, and a pullout faucet will add a modern touch.
 

Other simple changes in the kitchen and bathrooms can have a huge impact.A new backsplash can tie together the colors in your counters, floors and cabinets and can be an easy do-it-yourself project. New drawer and door knobs are a lovely addition. Adding a medicine cabinet or changing the mirror in a bathroom will instantly update the room.
 

Simple tips like these can create a happier, healthier and more valuable home. Thank you for thinking of me for all of your real estate needs, and be sure to share my contact information with anyone you know of looking to buy, sell or invest in a home.

 

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Overlooked Storage Spaces

by EM for Masha Halpern

Between family, pets, and a job, clutter can seem unavoidable and uncontainable. Check out these creative yet practical storage spots to keep clutter from taking over your home. You just might discover your home can hold more than you thought!


Under the Bed
Don’t let this valuable space become a spot for clutter! The area under your bed offers a sizable amount of untapped storage potential that’s easily concealable with a simple bedskirt. Keep extra blankets, off-season clothes, and hobby items out of sight by investing in a few containers. With the ability to roll out and lids that protect from dust and pests, wheeled boxes are a great under-the-bed storage option. For more ways to utilize this convenient space check out this helpful article.


Behind Doors

Whether it’s the door to your closet or your kitchen cabinet, storing items behind doors will significantly optimize your space. Over-the-door pocket holders are often designed for closets to hold shoes, but they have the potential to be used on nearly any door in your home. From the laundry room for cleaning supplies to the pantry for snacks and water bottles, compartmentalized storage containers are extremely versatile and have a short installation time. Also, consider using a combination of hooks and rods to keep your items organized and off the floor.


Furniture with Hidden Spaces
Furniture with hidden spaces like under-the-bed drawers, storage coffee tables and ottomans, or even the space behind framed art, instantly increase storage in any room. These spaces not only hide your magazines, children’s toys and clothing like hats and gloves, they can also serve as attractive and chic pieces that will add sophistication to any room. Don’t forget that adding storage can be decorative and stylish too!

Think Vertically

From the space above your toilet to the ceiling in your garage, wall and ceiling space are often underutilized despite the abundance of storage potential. Mounting over-the-toilet shelving for towels and toiletries or racks to a garage ceiling for storing bikes and other heavy storage are a practical way to declutter. Also, take advantage of empty corners by using floating triangular or wrap-around shelving to make these awkward spaces more functional.

Look Below

Think you’ve exhausted all your storage spaces? Well, think again! Consider elevating your washer and dryer to create more space beneath. Washers and dryers can be mounted onto laundry pedestals to store dirty laundry and laundry products. Here is a helpful article on how to build one yourself. Additionally, if you are searching for more storage in your kitchen, look no further than the baseboards of your cabinets to hold slim drawers. Toe-kick drawers won’t fit bulky or unusually-shaped items, but they are perfect for things like cookie sheets, baking tins, serving platters, and utensils.
 

 

Reclaim your spaces by putting these storage ideas to use today!

Top Decor Trends of 2018

by AH for Masha Halpern

Are you going to miss the genius designs and cute banter of Chip & Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s Fixer Upper? Perhaps it’s time to get started on your own DIY home projects.

And what’s the easiest and most cost-effective way to freshen up your home? Change the color on your walls!
 

 

Below are some of the top picks for 2018 to give your home a trendy, new look.
 

Behr has named the 2018 color of the year as “In the Moment”. This “cool, tranquil, spruce blue is inspired by nature and is a soothing, restorative coalescence of blue, gray and green.” It’s versatility makes it great for both interior and exterior projects. To see all the colors in the top 20 palette for 2018, visit Behr’s website.
 

According to Southern Living, soft hues are in fashion. “The shades being selected today whisper rather than demand attention.” Find their soft color recommendations at SouthernLiving.com.
 

Perhaps the most surprising comeback in home decor….wallpaper!  According to Southern Living, wallpaper along with matching fabric (think curtains or upholstered chairs), can make a room “feel instantly pulled together”. HGTV has these modern wallpaper trends to try for yourself.
 

Top decor trends for 2018 across multiple industry resources are: brass fixtures, natural elements, velvet furnishings, geometric patterns, and wallpaper. Bamboo flooring & reclaimed wood are two of the trends on their way out. Want to see more of what’s in and what’s out for 2018? Check out these articles….
 

Trulia Home Design Predictions

House Beautiful Design Inspirations

Country Living Decorating Ideas

Huffington Post Design Trends

 

Enhance Your Home With World Class Duke Gardens Plants!

by TO for Masha Halpern

Yes folks, it’s that time of year to experience the splendor of Sarah P. Duke Gardens! Excite the senses by exploring “The Crown Jewel of Duke University” and gather inspiration for your own home heirloom garden. Don’t miss the upcoming event, an opportunity to hand select your very own Duke Gardens plants to enhance your home’s appeal!  

Duke Gardens

The Duke Gardens Spring Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016, from 8 a.m. to noon. This is a chance to purchase renowned Duke Gardens plants, bulbs, vines, trees and shrubs. Beautify your home – likely your most important investment – by proudly gardening creatively with plants from world class Duke Gardens.

Gardening advice will be offered from master gardeners at the plant sale, so don’t forget to bring a note pad. For plants most likely to thrive, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, our Plant Hardiness Zone is 7b.  View the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone map for more information.

Perhaps you prefer to break out the camera to photograph the botanical delights? You can improve your nature photography with classes offered at Duke Gardens. Care to catch a concert on the lawn? Go to the events page for info on performances, educational programs and more!

Sarah P. Duke Gardens is open from 8 am to dusk, 365 days a year. There is no charge for admission, however there are fees for parking, and walking or trolley tours. Donations are appreciated. For information go to http://gardens.duke.edu or call 919-684-3698.
 

 

Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hill & Durham's EXCLUSIVE member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

Hardwood Floors are on Most Buyers' List of Wants

by LC for Masha Halpern

If you're looking for a way to get more bang for your buck, taking certain considerations with upgrading and remodeling your home may be just the ticket for a high ROI and quick sale. Experts agree that remodeling kitchens and bathrooms promise the highest return on your investment, but they certainly aren't your only options.

In Realtor.com's article called "Is Replacing Carpet with Hardwood Always Worth It?", they mention HGTV's statement that when buyers and renters are looking for a home, their TOP REQUEST is HARDWOOD FLOORING. And according to the National Association of REALTORS®, out of those buying homes, 54% were ready pay more for a home that contained hardwood flooring. Realtor.com concludes by saying, "The return on investment for installing hardwood will vary according to your market and other factors, but hardwood flooring can often help your home sell faster." With numbers like these, it's safe to say hardwood flooring can only improve your chances of selling faster and putting more $$ in your pocket.

Our contemporary listing at 510 Quinn Court in Chapel Hill just went through the transformation from carpet to hardwood flooring in the main level dining and living areas. The owners believed this upgrade would improve salability and hold the value of their home -- and according to the experts, the percentages are on their side! Take a look at the before and after pictures of the main living space!

 

We are excited about this beautiful update in this sprawling home (did we mention it has a HUGE pool with amazing deck and sits on a large 1+ acre lot?) -- it's ready for a new owner! Contact us today if you'd like to see these new floors and this amazing home in person!

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

10 Bits of Wisdom for Selecting a Contractor

by LC for Masha Halpern

If ever there was a daunting decision to be made about your home, hiring a contractor would be top of the list. If renovating, who will understand what you're looking for and have the professional know-how to implement? If updating a kitchen or bathroom, who do you call on to get the job done, and get it done right? How do you find that person you trust implicitly with your biggest baby, your home?

Here's 10 tips that will help you zero in on the right contractor for you:

1. Recommendations from Reliable Sources - Your friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors will be your best source for finding the phenomenal contractor of your dreams, so ask! If it helps, take a look at the work they had done by the contractor they recommended.

2. Check the Legitimacy of the Contractor - Before the hire is made, make sure your contractor is licensed, bonded and insured. Ask that they provide proof of insurance by showing certificates for workers compensation and their general liability policy. It's better to be safe than sorry!

3. Contact BBB - You'll be able to find out if any complaints have been filed against a contractor by contacting your local BBB (Better Business Bureau). Visit their site, www.bbb.org, for more tips on hiring contractors!

4. Obtain Estimates in Writing - If you've been given the names of several different contractors, call them all to have them give written estimates for the work you need done. Estimates are generally free, so you may not want to hire someone who charges for this. When you get an estimate in writing, be sure it includes any and every oral agreement made between you and the contractor, and a line-by-line cost breakdown that includes labor and materials.

5. Ask the Contractor for Referrals - It is perfectly reasonable to ask the contractor (politely, of course) for names and numbers of their previous customers. Hearing about the experience of other customers firsthand will speak volumes about the contractor in question.

6. Measure Price & Quality - The saying "You get what you pay for" is often true, but it's also possible to be paying out the wazoo for poor quality. Therefore, do not rely solely on the dollar signs in front of you. On top of price, assess the quality of the contractor's workmanship, as well as making sure quality materials and construction techniques are being applied.

7. Collect a Copy of the Contract - The contract should include a start and end date, spell out the work that is to be done, payment agreements and warranty info. It should ALSO include a "hold harmless" clause that should benefit you as the client as it states the contractor will indemnify you for your liability to those who may be injured or whose property was damaged in the course of the contract's work. Seek the consult of your attorney for confirmation of proper terms and conditions.

8. There's No Pressure to Sign a Contract Immediately - Red flags should go off in your head if a contractor requires you to quickly sign a contract before the "price changes." Most of the time you won't receive an estimated price that is subject to change in a day or week's time.

9. For Peace of Mind, Hire an Attorney - Hiring an attorney to review your contract before signing is a resourceful decision if the job you need done is major or concerns a large sum of money.

10. Alert Your Insurance Company - Before the contractor gets started, contact your insurance agent to notify him/her of the work that is about to take place on your home. Your agent should clarify if you're currently covered sufficiently and disclose if you have different insurance needs before, during and after the work is completed.

If you're a homeowner and you found these tips to be helpful, great! If you're looking to buy a home in the near future, don't hesitate to contact us anytime! With 22 years of real estate experience, we can help you find just what you're looking for.

 

 

Content courtesy of Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

When It Comes To Chimneys, Is Water Or Fire More Damaging?

by LC for Masha Halpern

Do you know which element is more harmful to your chimney? The obvious answer is fire, right?

WRONG. Water is the culprit to most chimney damage, according to the Chimney Safety Institute. Pesky freezing temperatures and rain mixed with poor construction can lead to brick, stone and concrete cracking, wood rot, and rust on metal flashing.

Here are four common leaks chimney specialists often encounter, and ones you should look out for when buying a home:

1. Cracks in the masonry crown. The very top of a masonry chimney is the crown. Most of the time masons use brick-laying mortar to create the crown, and this will crack and split nearly as soon as the mortar dries. The act of cracking and splitting lets water seep into the top and down the chimney. 

2. Cracks in the mortar between bricks. The minute cracks you see between the mortar and brick look harmless enough, but they may as well be gaping holes once a nice little thunderstorm hits. Rain and wind can easily drive water into these "small" cracks, creating leaks in your attic or walls of your home (in other words, this leak leaves a nasty mess for you).

3. Rust on metal flashing or chase covers. Whether the leak is a trickle or a flood, the result will be damage to sheetrock, which can then generate mold and mildew and possibly warp floors.

4. Pores that naturally occur in the masonry. Almost all masonry has tiny holes, particularly brick and concrete. Depending on what type of brick you have, there are kinds that are more porous than others. Essentially, you do not want spalling to occur, which is where moisture has infiltrated the brick and frozen, causing the brick's front face to fall off. 

If you live in the Chapel Hill, Durham or Raleigh/Cary area and are experiencing any of the above problems with your chimney, feel free to contact Masha Halpern & The Smart Move Team for a referral to a trusted chimney specialist!

 

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

 

 

Pros and No's to Kitchen Design in 2014

by LC for Masha Halpern

Kitchen design for 2014 may have you a little shocked and surprised as once popular trends start to make their way out. If you're in the beginning stages of remodeling your kitchen, take a quick peak at what experts say are "Do's" and "Don'ts" this year.

Solid-Surface Countertops - Do

According to Marc Thee of Marc-Michaels Interior Design, Inc., synthetic materials are becoming highly attractive to homeowners because they, unlike granite, are durable and have a guaranteed beautiful finish. Solid-surface counters offer multiple color options and have several thicknesses to choose from. CaesarStone and Zodiaq are among the popular choices.

Granite Countertops - Don't

There's no denying granite makes a beautiful countertop, so why is it going out of style? Because it's EXPENSIVE and UNRELIABLE. Granite is unreliable in two senses: 1) It can chip easily, so it's not great for everyday wear and tear... particularly if you have kids. 2) Granite's overall cohesive look is unpredictable. Two slabs may be the exact same, but a third could have unwanted pink lines running through them. There's no such thing as control when you're dealing with natural materials.

Open Cabinets - Do

Open shelves and glass-front cabinets are all the rage these days. This is due to changes in lifestyle; kitchens are now a hangout spot and place for entertaining. Homeowners want their kitchens to be just as decorative as the rest of the house, and open shelves and glass-front cabinets allow for handsome arrangement of china and dishes.

Closed Cabinets - Don't

Jamie Beckwith of Beckwith Interiors in Nashville says that closed cabinets are desired less and less these days because they do not mix well with the "open entertaining" feel many homeowners are trying to achieve. Furthermore, Beckwith mentions closed cabinets cut off your line of sight. She says, "People now want the sightline and above to be more decorative and homelike than typical kitchens with upper boxes around the room." 

Wood-Stained Cabinetry - Do

Let's face it, kitchens take a lot of beating - cabinetry included - which means homeowners are looking to stick with something that can handle the rough treatment. John Willey of Willey Design LLC points out that cabinets with a wood-stain finish are very forgiving and are "still protected by a top coat of polyurethane." He goes on to say "salvaged wood is very of the moment. It brings that character and romance that you don't get with other materials."

Lacquered Cabinetry - Don't

Willey comes down hard on lacquered cabinetry because it simply is not durable. It may look good for a time, "...but once you have one ding, you have to replace the whole cabinet door." We're not exactly talking cheap or sensible here.

Light-Colored Floors - Do ... Dark Floors - Don't

Dark floors are a thing of the past (more specifically the 1990s). Willey says the reason more of his clients are choosing lighter flooring now is because many "people are realizing it [dark wood] can show more scratches and dust than a pale wood." He goes on to say, "Homeowners with children can scratch up their floor more easily, but a paler wood can help disguise a lot of that."

 

Information contained within this blog is based on the article "What's In, What's Out for Kitchens in 2014" by Catherine Sherman, Zillow.

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

How To Make A Splash With Fantastic Curb Appeal

by LC for Masha Halpern

If you're a homeowner, we invite you to partake in a little experiment. On a day when it's not raining cats and dogs, head outside and walk across the street to look at your home head on. What do you see?

If the answer is, "I see a clean, beautiful home that is ready to welcome any guest, including the Queen of England," this article might not be for you.

But, if your answer is, "I see a home that is overall unappealing with dull colors, clutter and cracks," then stay tuned. The next 8 suggestions could transform your world (and your home's appearance!).

1. Let Your Front Door Sing

Scrub the grime off a dirty door until it shines, or paint it a bold color that pops with enthusiasm! And give door knockers and knobs some TLC too. You'd be surprised how clean a look this will give your home.

2. Paint Is Your Friend

We recognize this is easier said than done, but if selling your home is a priority this year, painting should be high on your list of to-do's. If a buyer is judging your home based on outward appearance alone, you'll want their first impression to be a good one, so paint away!

3. LIGHTen Up

No matter if the sun is up or down, your home should always be seen and look GOOD. Stylish lighting around your front door will produce a welcoming radiance, as will lighting that outlines your sidewalk or illuminates the front of your house. And here's a bonus tidbit: if your driveway is well lit, it will appear larger... and will be safer too!

4. Add Some Metal Glam 

An easy way to tell the world that your house is a home and not just a piece of property is by accenting it with a clean-cut metal mailbox. Whether it's out by the road or hanging beside the metal numbers mounted by the front door, the mailbox should act as eye candy and not an eye sore. 

5. Plant Flowers For A Powerful Pop

Take advantage of the freshly sprung spring season to plant some of Mother Nature's finest color creations, flowers. Plant them in a front garden or natural area, or add them to colorful pottery planters to flank either your porch steps or front door. By ensuring the good health of your plants, you're creating the desired curb appeal and telling onlookers that this home is cared for, both inside and out.

6. Clean Up...Everywhere

Another way to exclaim "This house is well maintained!" is to do just that. If you keep cracks in walls and walkways repaired, plants trim, yard neatly manicured, and front porch and railing paint touched up, your home will look - and feel - brand new. 

7. A Hint Of Whimsy Makes A Lasting Impression

We're not suggesting you ambush your yard with garden gnomes of varying sizes, but it never hurts to add a little something that's warm and welcoming to your garden or front porch. Guests (and buyers!) will pick up on the amiable spirit of your home before they even enter, and that's a lasting impression worth creating.

8. Be Bold, Add Color

If you've always avoided color for the outside of your home, it's time to go bold with your color scheme. Why? For a boost in curb appeal (which is always a plus), and to make your home memorable (which is especially helpful if you're wanting to sell). There's no one way to implement color. It can be as simple as a front door, plants/planters, or even porch furniture with colored cushions. These small pops of color can mean the difference between memorable and forgotten (which means everything to a seller).

So with these great tips, go and be creative! 

For more ideas on how to spruce up your home's curb appeal, contact Masha Halpern & The Smart Move Team. Our methods are tried and true when it comes to preparing a home for market. Our track record speaks for itself!

Information contained within this blog is based on the article "Creating Irresistible Curb Appeal in 8 Easy Steps" by Amy Wax.

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

 

 

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