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Pending Coordinator

November 8th, 2019

Century 21 ProLink is a rapidly growing, team oriented real estate brokerage seeking a Pending Transaction Coordinator.  The Pending Transaction Coordinator reviews all purchase contracts and assists real estate agents with getting to a successful closing.  You’ll be the behind-the-scenes hero for our agents.  If you have stellar communication skills, a conquer-the-world attitude, can handle…Read More »

Agent Coordinator/Front Desk Receptionist

November 5th, 2019

CENTURY 21 ProLink is a rapidly growing, team oriented real estate brokerage seeking an Agent Coordinator / Front Desk Receptionist.  As our Receptionist, you will be the first impression when one of our amazing clients walks in the door or calls on the phone. In addition, you are the Agent Coordinator to assist our RELENTLESS…Read More »

Real Estate Professionals Explained: Agent, Broker, REALTOR®

February 25th, 2019

By Michele Lerner | Feb 19, 2019 Real estate professionals go by different names. There are agents, brokers, Realtors®, seller’s agents, buyer’s agents. The list goes on. If you’re entering the real estate market for the first time, you may find real estate professionals’ various titles a little confusing. But you’ll benefit from knowing the difference. Other professions have…Read More »

The 7 Worst Habits Homeowners Need to Break Now

February 12th, 2019

Article by: Houselogic Guilty of buying cheap stuff? Pack-ratting? Here’s how to change your ways. Bad habits are so easy to fall into. But in the end, we know they only make us miserable. They’re “the opposite of what makes you happy. They’re what make you miserable,” says M.J. Ryan, author of “Habit Changers: 81…Read More »

The Ins and Outs of Setting a Price for Your Home

January 30th, 2019

Article by Houselogic Everything has value. Especially your home. And when it comes to selling your home, assigning a price to that value is complicated. You made memories there. You’ve got a major financial interest in the place, too. Buyers think of value, but they’re more concerned with price. And your home’s price is one…Read More »

Buy Your First Home In on Year: A Step-by-Step Guide

January 23rd, 2019

Article by: Houselogic The ultimate timeline ensures the smoothest of transitions. A real yard. Closets bigger than your average microwave. The freedom to decorate however you darn well please! Making the switch from renting to owning is exhilarating, but many rookie homebuyers find the process trickier to navigate than they expected. This is why we created our…Read More »

6 Things Everyone Should Do When Moving Into a New House

December 19th, 2018

Article By Houslogic   Peace of mind begins with changing the locks. When I bought my first house, my timing couldn’t have been better: The house closing was two weeks before the lease was up on my apartment. That meant I could take my time packing and moving, and I could get to know the…Read More »

What You Should Really Know About Browsing for Homes Online

December 12th, 2018

Article by  HouseLogic It’s fun! It’s exciting! It’s important to take everything with a grain of salt! Oh, let’s just admit it, shall we? Browsing for homes online is a window shopper’s Shangri-La. The elegantly decorated rooms, the sculpted gardens, the colorful front doors that just pop with those “come hither” hues. Browser beware, though:…Read More »

What to Know About Your Credit Before Buying a Home

December 3rd, 2018

This article  by financial expert and blogger Mary Beth Storjohann, CFP, author, speaker, and founder of Workable Wealth. She provides financial coaching for individuals and couples in their 20s to 40s across the country, helping them make smart, educated choices with their money. Like it or not, your credit score is one of the most…Read More »

The Truth About Toxic Mold (and How to Get Rid of It)

November 26th, 2018

By Steve Asbell Don’t let the mold panic set in just yet — it might not be as bad as you think. Mold is everywhere. It grows on the sides of houses, it blackens surfaces like brick and concrete, and it thrives in the soil of your yard and garden. Indoors, mold lives in sink…Read More »