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      12 steps to guarantee a good home closing

      So you've made an offer and it's been accepted. Now what? Take a look at the 12 major steps to the home closing process for a relaxed and informed experience. Like this page to stay in the know.

      http://dreamcasa.org/real-estate-101/buying/12-steps-of-real-estate-closing/

      A satisfactory home closing involves working with experts who know their field. Here at Rutledge Properties we can boast top-of-the-line agents who have your best interests at heart. Visit our website for more information and check out our current listings. You could close on your dream home sooner than you think!

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      5 tips for first time home buyers

      Are you a first time home buyer? If so, here are five tips for how to go through the process with ease. Like this page for more helpful information!

      http://www.bankrate.com/finance/mortgages/5-tips-for-first-time-home-buyers-1.aspx


       

       

      10 ways to make sure you don't go insane when you're moving

      Going through the escrow process can be stressful when you're buying a home. Once you do, you get the privilege of living in the home you've worked so hard for. But first, you have to move. Ugh. Not only is moving a pain, it's also, not coincidentally, a huge stressor that can cause anxiety, depression, and even divorce!

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      So how do you move without losing your mind? These 10 tips will help.

      1. Breathe
      When thing start to go wrong—you don't have room in your last remaining box for the rest of the guest room knickknacks, your mover just dropped the box with your champagne glasses in it, or your labeling pen just ran out—there's one thing that can help: just breathe. And count to 10 while you're at it. It won't fix the situation, but it will help you to keep your cool and stay focused on the task at hand.

      2. Relax
      Powering through the packing, moving, and unpacking may sound like a great idea, but it might not be a pleasant experience if it means you're skipping the activities that help keep you happy. It might feel counterintuitive if you have a ton of work to do, but you may actually be more productive once you've taken the edge off.

      3. Drink
      Specifically, water to keep yourself hydrated. Packing may not seem like hard physical work, but all that lifting, stretching, twisting, and kneeling is actually quite a workout.Make sure you also set aside a bottle of wine for when you're done moving (plus one or two for when you have your friends over to help you pack).

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