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CENTURY 21 Sbarra & Wells’ Blog

Celebrating Our SWEET Success!

Teresa Blanchette accepts her award from Tom & Debi SbarraCENTURY 21 Sbarra & Wells recently celebrated and honored the sales and service achievements of our agents in 2014. A lively awards luncheon was held at P.S. Restaurant in Vestal. This year’s theme was “Celebrating Your Sweet Success in 2014” and was complemented by a candy-themed presentation and a candy dessert bar.

All million dollar producers were awarded. Agents meeting Masters level sales achievement received invites to the CENTURY 21 Top Agent Retreat to be held in Coronado, California this October.

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Take the Stress Out of Homebuying

Keep these tips in mind for a less stressful homebuying experience!Buying a home should be fun, not stressful. As you look for your dream home, keep in mind these tips for making the process as peaceful as possible:

1. Find a real estate agent who you connect with. Home buying is not only a big financial commitment, but also an emotional one. It’s critical that the REALTOR® you chose is both highly skilled and a good fit with your personality.

2. Remember, there’s no “right” time to buy, just as there’s no perfect time to sell. If you find a home now, don’t try to second-guess interest rates or the housing market by waiting longer — you risk losing out on the home of your dreams. The housing market usually doesn’t change fast enough to make that much difference in price, and a good home won’t stay on the market long.

7 Ways You’re Accidentally Improving your Credit

7 Ways You’re Accidentally Improving your Credit - (TNS)—There’s little doubt that Americans with higher credit scores get better deals on core consumer items like mortgages, auto loans and credit cards. In many cases, you might be getting those “good credit” benefits without even knowing it. In the credit management game, experts calls that “accidental improvement” of your credit—and yes, there’s nothing wrong […] [Daily Real Estate News]