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Topic - Weichert
Weichert Realtors was established in 1969 by Jim Weichert when he opened the company’s first office in Chatham, New Jersey. Today, headquartered in Morris Plains, New Jersey, Weichert has grown from a single residential real estate office to a family of national companies dedicated to providing real estate, financial services, mortgages, and home and title insurance services. Weichert, which remains a family-owned company led by founder Jim Weichert consists of nearly 18,000 sales associates, 10,000 referral associates and 2,000 employees in approximately 500 company-owned and franchised offices throughout the United States. - Source: Wikipedia
Resodding the entire front lawn is a standard final act of home improvement in numerous real estate "flipping" cable shows. But is this a smart investment - and if so, what is involved in terms of time, money and maintenance?
When real estate agent Trudy Severa works with a seller, she's waiting for her client to utter a sentence that can take a long time to say and can be even harder for the seller to realize:
While the Washington-area real estate market, with its faster pace of home sales and rising home values, has fared far better than many markets across the country, not all homeowners are happy with their home's current market value.
Christine Stephenson is a Realtor with Weichert, Realtors in Burke, Va.
The holidays are a time when generous spirits prevail, and families, individuals and businesses often donate their resources to help others, whether by collecting toys for needy children, feeding hungry people or gathering clothing for wounded service members and their families.
Washington, D.C., once known as a sleepy Southern town, has developed into a global city with residents from around the world working in international organizations such as the World Bank, at embassies and for corporations.
In the midst of the excitement of buying or selling a home, few consumers want to take the time to read a lengthy document filled with legal terms that can be difficult to understand by someone without a law degree. In September 2006, the Realtor associations of the Washington area, including the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR) and the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors (GCAAR) introduced a new regional sales contract that simplifies the language of earlier contracts to make it easier to comprehend.