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111 AUSTIN PLACE

As chic as it is charming! You will dance with delight upon entering this picture perfect home in the heart of Glendale. The living room''s cozy fireplace and bright bay window embraces you with welcome and warmth. Updated kitchen with breakfast bar opens to the dining room, highlighted by a wall of windows with views to the back and side yard. Bright and airy sunroom gives access to a private patio for grilling and entertaining. Upstairs you will find flexibility with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, giving you two options for your Master. Lower level features the attached oversized 2 car garage with mudroom/laundry potential, and additional unfinished basement space ready for your personal touch. Don't overlook the custom closets and built-ins by New Space, new wallpaper, paint, light fixtures and plantation shutters throughout, refinished hardwood floors, and HVAC in 2018. Walkable to Algonquin GC, Westborough CC, Mary Queen of Peace and Hanneke''s.

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Brandon Monzyk
3 Social Media Secrets You Can't Live Without

Close to half of the world’s population (3.03 billion people) are now on some type of social media. But what does that mean for brands looking to make a splash in 2018? Platforms are now aware more than ever of their power to reach the world, and you better believe they’re making it harder and harder for marketers to be heard organically.


Beyond spending ad dollars, improving the content that your brand is sharing should top of mind. Consumers know social media because they have had it in their pockets for 15 years, which means they have become shockingly good at spotting an ad (and scrolling right past it).


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Brandon Monzyk
Virtual Staging

Staging can be a crucial step if you’re trying to sell your home for top dollar. In fact, the National Association of Realtors reported a potential return of $400 for every $100 spent on staging. Factor in the average sale price being 10-20% less than asking, and it becomes clear that home staging is a wise investment: an average home with a $400,000 asking price will be reduced by $40,000 to $80,000!

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