Quality Photos and Videos Help You Sell

Wide angle photo by ed constable

Today’s homebuyers are savvier about their buying options than ever before. They are able to research prices, browse listings, and investigate other important factors before even making the first call to a real estate agent. So quality photos and video can…

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2015 Kitchen Designs that Sell

Renovating your kitchen is an excellent way to improve its look, increase the value of your home and appeal to a more diverse range of home buyers if you decide to sell. However, a kitchen remodel can easily cost $10,000…

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How to know if you have outgrown your home

Small Burton Home Living room

Have You Outgrown Your Current Home? Here Are Five Easy Ways to Tell if It’s Time to Upgrade and call your real estate agent. Your home is your castle, your own little piece of the American dream. But lately, your…

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What is Tremaine Real Estate

  • Ed Constable waterfront specialist

Tremaine Real Living Real Estate was founded by Mary Ann Tremaine in 1988. Her key to success was to build the company with honesty and integrity one client at a time.  Many of the realtors at Tremaine Real Living are…

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Ed SOLD our House.

Mike & Shannon Murray High Review

Ed Constable, the realtor, that my husband and I worked with was top notch! We had listed our house previously with a different realtor and it was on the market for over 6 months with no offers. We decided to…

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What is Real Living Real Estate

Ed Constable, Real estate agent

Q: What is Real Living Real Estate? A: Real Living is a full-service, national franchise with a comprehensive and integrated suite of resources aimed at helping brokers, agents and their clients successfully navigate through the home buying and selling processes. Our…

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Want a career in real estate?

Ed Constable, Realtor

What it takes for a career in Real Estate  Posted: Friday, October 2, 2015 12:43 pm Sally Rummel, Features Writer | 0 comments Real estate is like farming. You have to plant the seeds, nurture the crop and then bring in…

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