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6 Must-Do Outdoor Maintenance Tasks

by EM for Masha Halpern

Preventative outdoor maintenance is an important part of being a homeowner. Not only does it minimize the cost of future home repairs but it also allows you to enjoy the outdoor spaces you love. With pool party and backyard barbeque season upon us, now is the perfect time to get your outdoor spaces ready for the upcoming season. Check out these six helpful tips to get the job done!

Cleaning the Gutters

Fallen leaves, twigs, and other debris often clog downspouts in the fall and winter months, preventing water from moving away from the home properly. Having clogged gutters can cause water damage to your roof, fascia (the board behind the gutter), foundation, and basement. To combat the potential damage, it’s recommended that you clean your gutters twice a year. If you are going to do-it-yourself, spring and summer are great times to tackle this task. Grab your ladder and use a gutter scoop, plastic sand shovel, or a trowel to remove the gunk. Spare your lawn, and dump the gunk into a bucket or onto a tarp. After you’ve de-gunked, flush the rest of the debris out the gutters with a garden hose. This is also a great way to check if there are any leaks. Lastly, don’t forget to check the weather forecast before you clean- it’s much easier to clean when the gunk is dried out!

 

Repairing Outside Paint

Have you noticed any chipping or peeling on your home’s siding? Are your shutters and front door a few shades grayer or bleached-out? If so, it may be time to pick up a paint scraper to minimize damage from the elements and increase your curb appeal. If you’re not sure whether you should paint your house, check out this helpful blog. Once you’ve decided to go ahead and re-touch, use a paint scraper to liberally remove any damaged areas. Then, switch to a wire brush to get the remaining loose edges and debris off. Next, apply a thin, flat layer of wood filler that extends past the edges of the spot you want to fix with a putty knife. Let the filler dry for about 2 hours and then use a fine grit paper to sand. After that, apply a primer and paint. When painting, make sure to blend the paint in with the rest of the exterior. If the color is too light once it dries, consider applying a second or even third coat.
 

Preparing the Grill

Cleaning and maintenance are necessary for quality grilling. Now that the weather is getting warmer, it’s time to get your grill ready for barbeque season. Before you begin cleaning, make sure the dials are in the off position and the grill is disconnected from the propane tank (if applicable). Remove your grates and place them in a bucket of warm water and dish soap. Use a scrub wire brush and degreasing agent to thoroughly clean the grates. It’s also in good practice to oil your grates. Find out how using this article. After that, move onto the main part of the grill. Loosely cover the heating elements with pieces of tin foil for protection. Take a grill brush or steel-wool pad and scrub the inside walls and under the hood. The ash and debris should fall onto the foil. You may also notice that a residue that looks like peeling paint while cleaning. These are the remains of a harmless buildup of carbon from grease and smoke and should be discarded. Once your finished, wipe the walls with a damp paper towel.

 
 

Washing the Windows

After rain and snow, windows can look grimy and dirty because of water spots, streaks, and residue on the glass. Clean them inside and out by taking out the screens and gently hosing them off then leaving them outside for a few hours to dry in the sun. At this step, consider renting a steam machine from your local home improvement store to quickly clean your windows but if not, bucket with dishwashing soap and warm water and wash the windows with a cloth or sponge. Starting at the top, use a squeegee and pull in a ‘s’ pattern. After each stroke, wipe the squeegee blade with a rag. To remove water on the edges of the glass, use a damp chamois since it absorbs water without leaving streaks. The last step should be drying the windowsills with a rag.

 

Freshening up the Outdoor Furniture

Goodbye rust marks, mildew, and stains! Ensure that your outdoor furniture will look beautiful for years to come by periodically cleaning and freshening your pieces. Since outdoor furniture is constructed from a wide variety of materials, the way they are handled, cleaned, and cared for varies greatly. So, the first step in maintaining your outdoor furniture is reading the care label for instructions. After that, begin with some light cleaning like sweeping the surfaces and using gentle cleansers and soft-bristled brushes. Lastly, pick a sunny day to put in your elbow grease so your furniture will air dry faster.
 

Restoring the Deck or Patio

Whether your deck is wood, composite, or concrete, the constant exposure to the elements can result in mold and mildew that love to grow during the warmer months. Wooden decks are especially susceptible to rot and deck, so make sure to inspect and repair if necessary. Also, consider scrubbing the wood with an oxalic acid to kill microbes, and restain. For, composite decks, a professional powerwash is a simple solution. Make sure to check if your deck is suitable for a powerwash first though! To clean concrete decks, use vinegar or baking soda with water for a great natural and eco-friendly mixture that work wonders on outdoor, concrete spaces. For how to clean and maintain other types of decks and patios and more general tips, check out this comprehensive guide.
 

     Follow these outdoor maintenance tips to improve your outdoor spaces today!

Keep Your Home Allergy Free

by KW for Masha Halpern

Keep your home allergy-free with these simple tips.
 

Allergies are often associated with the arrival of spring, but indoor allergy sufferers will often find themselves sniffing and sneezing year-round. The culprit? Indoor allergens such as dust, dust mites and pet hair and dander. So how do you make sure your home is a respite from both seasonal and interior allergens and create a healthy environment for you and your family?
 

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, there are several best practices you can adopt to manage allergens in your home:

   

1. Keep it clean.

Regularly cleaning your home will go far in reducing allergens such as dust, dust mites and pet dander.

2. Redo your floors.

Replacing rugs and carpets with wood or vinyl floorings will help minimize dust and other allergens that become embedded in fabric fibers.

3. Groom your furry friends.

Regularly bathing and brushing your pets will help reduce the amount of dander and pet hair in your home.

4. Go on mold patrol.

Be on the lookout for any leaks or moisture in your home as this can cause mold to thrive.


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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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.

Four Ways to Help Your Appliances Last Longer

by KW for Masha Halpern

Four Ways to Help Your Appliances Last Longer

Appliances like your washing machine, dishwasher and refrigerator tend to be major investments. You can protect these investments and prolong their lifespans through regular maintenance.

Here are four ways to help those appliances – and your investment – last longer:

Make sure the seals seal.

One of the biggest reasons refrigerators break down is because the doors aren't closing properly, causing the motor to work too hard. The magnetic strips in the gaskets around the doors wear out after a few years, but replacing and re-magnetizing them can be a simple DIY fix.
 

Keep the drum clean.

Always empty your pockets before loading your washing machine to prevent the drum from rusting or getting nicked. Also, clean or swap out the thimble-shaped filter in the machine that traps water sediment.
 

Inspect the vents.

Cleaning out the lint trap on your dryer should be a routine task after every load, but go one step further by inspecting the exterior vent to see that it pops open and scraping off debris with a toothbrush.
 

Clean the dishwasher.

Once a week, run an empty dishwasher cycle with nothing but a cup of white vinegar to keep smells at bay. Also, wipe down seals and clear the food trap often.
 

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Copyright 2018 Keller Williams® Realty, Inc. If you have a brokerage relationship with another agency, this is not intended as a solicitation. All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Equal Opportunity Housing Provider. Each office is independently owned and operated.

It's Freezing! Prevent Frozen Pipes from Damaging Your Home

by AH for Masha Halpern

The winter weather we've had this week in North Carolina was a good reminder that there are certain things homeowners should do to "winterize" their homes. Below is a great article on how to prevent pipes from freezing - something you definitely want to avoid.

We hope you find the article, Frozen Pipe? Prevent Plumbing Explosions with This Checklist, by money pit.com helpful.

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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 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 points. Masha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.MashaHalpern.com.

Easy Spring Cleaning Tips for a Fresh & Sparkling Home

by EM for Masha Halpern


Follow these easy spring cleaning tips to revive your home!

Now that the weather is warmer and the pollen has settled, it means spring cleaning is upon us. It’s time to freshen up all those neglected spaces to get ready for the upcoming months. Check out these easy ways to keep your home sparkling.
 

Deep Clean the Floors

Keep your carpets and hardwood flooring looking beautiful by having them professionally cleaned and waxed. If you are looking to freshen your rugs and carpets yourself, look no further than your own pantry. Baking soda is a natural cleaning solution that does wonders brightening and deodorizing almost any floor. Let it sit for at least 15 minutes, then vacuum it up. For more ways to use baking soda around your home, check out this article.
 

Wash out Trash and Recycle Bins

Outdoor trash and recycle bins get dirty quick. And cleaning them isn’t the most fun or exciting chore either. So, what’s the easiest way to do it? First, spray the bin with a hose and dump out the water. Next, spray the inside with a disinfectant, scrub with a brush, and rinse it out. To dry, leave it upside down.
 

Inside the Refrigerator

Before you begin, remove all food and take out the removable parts of your refrigerator like drawers and shelves. Then, fill a tub with warm water and dishwashing soap to wipe down the removed parts and inside. Strong disinfectants, like bleach, should never be used due to the chemicals they contain and their proximity to food. Instead, the best cleaner is a combination of abrasive salt and bubbly soda water or a baking soda and water mixture. Place all items back in the fridge, but inspect the bottom of items to see if they need to be cleaned too.

 

Move Furniture Away From the Walls

Don’t clean only what’s within reach! Skip the shortcuts and move kitchen appliances and furniture away from the walls as much as you can. Then, vacuum up the dust and debris that has accumulated. With so many brands and options, choosing the right vacuum and attachment can be challenging. Vacuum smartly with this tutorial.

Dust Thoroughly

From shelves, tabletops, and dressers to ceiling fans and kitchen cabinets, dusting is an inevitable part of spring cleaning. However, it’s easy to miss spots that are in need of a thorough dusting. One commonly missed location is baseboards. To clean them well, vacuum and wipe with warm water and vinegar mixture. Then, dry with them a cloth and wipe with a dryer sheet to prevent future dust buildup.

 

Upholstered Furniture

Regardless of the material your furniture is made of, the first step in cleaning upholstered furniture is vacuuming. Make sure to take get in between the cushions and to take out any removable parts. If you’re worried about sucking up loose change, place a pair of pantyhose over the nozzle and secure with a rubber band. Also, look for stains and clean according to the care label. If your furniture lacks a cleaning code, test water, soap, rubbing alcohol, and vinegar in an inconspicuous spot to see what works.

Faucets and Showerheads

Mineral deposits, calcium, lime buildup can cause showerheads and faucets to clog up. If there’s lime buildup on your faucets, lay paper towels over the fixture and soak it in vinegar for one hour. This causes the deposits to soften so they will be easier to remove. Vinegar is a great cleaning solution because it’s free of harsh toxins and lingering chemical smells. Here’s an article on how clean a showerhead using vinegar.
 

Mattresses

Even if you have a mattress cover, your mattress can collect stains, mold, dust mites, and other allergens. To clean and deodorize, sprinkle baking soda and add a few drops of lavender essential oil on top. Let it sit for a few hours and then vacuum it up. And if you can, air out your mattress by taking it outside and placing it in the sun. This is a great way to eliminate bacteria naturally. Lastly, take advantage of your time spent cleaning to turn over your mattress. Over time, mattresses wear unevenly, which can lead to poor body alignment while sleeping. Save your back and flip your mattress every 3 to 12 months.

 

Follow these easy spring cleaning tips to revive your home!

Winter is approaching and soon it will be time to curl up with loved ones by the fire with a cup of cocoa on those cold winter nights. In anticipation of the cooler weather, now would be a good time to contact your chimney sweep contractor. Here are a few tips for maintaining your masonry/wood-burning fireplace or wood stove to add to your Honey-Do List of House Maintenance.

Chimney sweep - call your fireplace and chimney contractor or inspector NOW as chimney sweeps get booked early! Chimney sweeps should be done at least once a year prior to wintertime. The Chimney Safety Institute of America lists over 1,700 chimney sweeps that carry the Certified Chimney Sweep credential

Check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors - replace batteries and test them.

Stock up on firewood - burn hard wood instead of soft wood as it efficiently delivers more heat. Ash, maple and oak are dense hard woods which are optimal to burn instead of the lighter soft woods like cedar, pine and poplar. Burn only seasoned dry wood; "green"wood doesn't burn as well and causes soot and creosote. Seasoned wood is wood that has been cut and dried under cover for at least 6 months.

Keep combustibles 12" away - carpets, drapes, and furniture should be at least 12" away from your fireplace when it is lit. A fireplace screen will help keep children and pets safe.

Clean out the ash - whenever it reaches the bottom of the grate to create efficient airflow. Wear a dust mask and gloves for safety.

Test out the function of your fireplace - open the damper and light a small piece of dry seasoned wood, making sure the smoke goes directly up the chimney. If smoke enters the room, then correct any problems. 


If you need some resources for locating your Honey Do Specialists when you're own Honey-Wont-Do, Contact me 


 

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.

 

The Fall Season is Upon Us! If you're like me, the Change of Seasons in North Carolina is like a beautiful painting of colors splashing around your world. It's nature's way of gifting you for making it through the hot summer.  Each day brings a smile to your face....Leaves will be changing color, I'll pull out my sweaters and a few hats, and as I wait for Fall to really show up in all it's beautiful North  Carolina Fall vibrancy. I'll sit down with a cup of soup and make my Honey-Do List of House Maintenance.

It's necessary with the busy life we have to plan ahead for certain annual house chores but especially so for the ones I need to rely on a specialist like my fireplace and chimney contractor or inspector. With winter coming after local "chimney sweeps" get booked early. Calling now and arranging for an inspection of your fireplace is crucial, especially if it's a gas log fireplace.

 Gas log fireplaces are convenient, not messy, easy to turn on and off with a push of the pilot light at the beginning of the season and a flip of a switch or push of a remote button!

COMMON GAS LOG FIREPLACE PROBLEMS:

  •  The pilot light won't stay on.
  •  It worked at the end of last season, but not it won't start
  •  The Flame goes off all of a sudden
  •  There is a gas smell
  •  The logs take a long time to start

 

There are even some upgrades that you may want or need to do to help maintain your gas log fireplace.
 

COMMON GAS LOG FIREPLACE UPDATES:

  • The logs can get worn out/ ugly looking
  • Gas logs should be replaced when they become inefficient, smell, or produce cold air drafts

A thorough inspection of your gas log fireplace should include the items below and more.

Ask your NFI Certified gas specialist for what is considered a proper annual inspection of your gas log system. The following are some of what you could expect:

  • Clean and remove soot, debris, and dust.
  • Glass doors should be cleaned
  • Pilot tubes blown out
  • Diagnose the critical parts to ensure proper function
  • Change batteries in remotes
  • Confirm CO Detectors are working properly.

 

If you need some resources for locating your Honey Do Specialists when you're own Honey-Wont-Do, Contact me 

 


 

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.

"Baby, it's cold outside" - Tips for Winterizing & Staying Warm!

by LC for Masha Halpern

Weather alert for those living in North Carolina's Triangle area: temperatures are predicted to be FREEZING COLD today through Friday, January 9!

Temperatures are about to reach a startling low of 10 degrees tonight in Chapel Hill, and tomorrow's high is only 27. The question is, are you ready for it?

Here's some tips to help winterize your home (and hopefully keep hiring a repairman off your list of to-do's).

  • Have your heating system checked by a certified professional
  • Pipes that are located on an outside wall, attic or crawl space are most susceptible to freezing and bursting. To help prevent this from happening apply pipe insulation or heat tape (and if you don't have either of these, turn the water on a slow drip).
  • Clear out leaves and debris from your gutters. If debris builds up to the height of the shingle line, moisture can form on the fascia boards and thus create havoc in the form of ice dams, dry rot and leakage inside your home. 
  • If applicable, clear driveway, walkways and steps of ice and snow. Help prevent unnecessary accidents!
  • Have tree limbs trimmed that pose a threat to falling on your home, fences, outbuildings, or cars.
  • Winterize swimming pools. 

Here's some bonus tips for preparing your vehicle for freezing weather!

  • In addition to regular maintenance checks, make sure your coolant is the right consistency and is a kind recommended by your car's manufacturer.
  • Before traveling, clear ice and/or snow from windshield, side mirrors and rear window. 
  • Have the windshield washer fluid filled.
  • Keep the gas tank full to help prevent gas lines from freezing.
  • Look for wear and tear on your tires and make sure your tire pressure meets manufacturer's standards.
  • Use the oil for winter as recommended by the owner's manual.

Be safe and stay warm!

 

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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.

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