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Monday, March 6, 2017

Some Exciting Developments in the Real Estate World

I’ve got two exciting announcements to share today. Here’s the big news.

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I’ve got a few exciting pieces of news to share with you today.

First, I have partnered with a vendor who will allow you to make upgrades and updates to your home before selling and you won’t have to pay until after closing. Let’s say you want to replace the paint in a room, the flooring in another, or do a complete remodel of a bathroom. With this program, our vendor will let you defer paying for those repairs (which will increase your home’s sale price) until the home is sold. It’s a very exciting program.

The next thing I want to talk about is a new product that is coming out to replace heavy, expensive granite and marble. It’s pretty incredible.

This product is man-made out of organic materials. It’s recyclable and doesn’t need to be re-sealed because it’s not porous. You never have to polish it either and two men can carry a slab of it easily. It’s harder than granite, won’t ever chip, and it’s basically heat proof.
This new synthetic porcelain is better than granite in every way.
This product is being manufactured in Europe right now and I imagine it will make its way here soon. It’s actually a synthetic porcelain, but it can be made to look like several different types of marble. The only difference, besides all the reasons we mentioned above, is that this product is much more inexpensive and much more effective.

If you have any questions for me about either of these topics or anything else relating to real estate, give me a call or send me an email. I would love to hear from you.