Teresa Holbrooks's Blog Posts

Don't Kick that Can down the Road just yet!

Before you toss the empty food cans from dinner, consider this fun DIY planter project! Ordinary tin cans, like those used for soup, take decades to decompose naturally in a landfill. If it is

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First Time Home Buying

Buying your first home is equivalent to embarking on a grand adventure. Although extremely thrilling, learning the ins and outs of the process can often seem overwhelming. From determining a budget

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How to know when to buy or sell

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These Apps Will Help You Keep Up with Friends and Family in Quarantine

For most families and friend groups, the separation experienced over the last few weeks has been challenging to say the least. While we may not be able to connect physically, there are thankfully

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Pumpkins are not Just for Pies!!!

Pumpkins are not just for pies and trick-or-treating! As this recipe shows, these seasonal gourds can be filled with fabulous fall flavors, such as apples, sage, turkey, and cranberries, to make a

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She Sheds are the Modern Woman’s Escape

For a long time, men claimed their space for fun in a man cave. Women everywhere are taking matters into their own hands by creating their own oasis, too. The “she shed” is a home design

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Tips on Redesigning your Outdoor Space

Wonderful Outdoor Spaces can help add value to your home.Sometimes, we spend so much time focusing on interior design that we forget about the outdoor spaces of our homes. Many people with patios

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Tips for Running a Yard Sale

 May 23, 2019 Teresa HolbrooksAwww, springtime. It’s a great time to go through the closets and find anything you’re not using. But what do you do with all that junk that&rsquo

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Spring Clean-up

Warm weather is around the corner, and buyers are ready to find the home of their dreams. Make sure your home matches the tone of the season with these simple spring staging tips that will have you

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Check These Items Off Your List Before You Close

Though it can be a stressful time in the home buying process, there’s no need to sweat closing on your home. Avoid any surprises on closing day by keeping these important tips in mind

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Make Your Yard More Pet-Friendly

When you’re relaxing on a lounge chair on your patio, deck, or lawn, it’s likely your pet isn’t far behind. At the same time, it’s important to keep in mind the type of

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Top 6 New Year’s Resolutions for Home Sellers

With the start of the New Year, thoughts naturally turn to change. If one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to sell your home, then making the right resolutions can help you sell your home

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Why Choose Greenville South Carolina Area

Cost of living: 7 percent below U.S. averagePopulation: 4.8 million in the StateGreenville is a city in South Carolina. It’s home to the Greenville County Museum of Art, with works by Southern

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Times are Moving Fast - Already to FALL Back

Home ownership is a core component in establishing and living the American Dream. Don't let another year pass without living yours. The Greer market trends indicate an increase of $12,000 (6%)

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YES - You need to Buy a Home in 2018

Figuring out when to plunge into the real estate market can be quite intimidating—especially when prices are high, choices are limited, and history urges restraint."We’ve seen two

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COST of NOT owning a HOME

Owning a home has great financial benefits, yet many continue to rent! Today, let’s look at the financial reasons why owning a home of your own has been a part of the American Dream for the

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How to Help your Realtor!

Selling your home as an huge money-making opportunity. What is your current hourly wage at your job? If it's somewhere between $20 and $40 an hour. Selling your home will give you the opportunity to

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