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  • Eaton Realty Covid 19 message
    Friday, March 27, 2020 - 18:20

    A Letter To Our Community:

     

  • Woman working on computer with family
    Tuesday, March 24, 2020 - 18:11

    REALTORs know what it means to telework. They work from pretty much anywhere, including in the car, on vacation, and at home. With millions now working remotely, we talked with members of Team Eaton to bring you some of our favorite work from home tips.

     

     

  • Father and Daughter with dog
    Tuesday, March 3, 2020 - 20:41

    There's no doubt about it- we love our dogs. So much so that 75% of pet owners have stated they would pass on their dream home if it didn't work for their animals according to a realtor.com survey.

  • moving plans
    Monday, March 2, 2020 - 13:22

    Moving can be an exciting new start, however, it’s also famously known as one of the most stressful experiences of modern life. There are a seemingly never-ending list of important decisions to be made and the scale of it all can sometimes become overwhelming.

  • House with Coins
    Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 19:04

    For many, homeownership is seen as the ultimate success, and owning investment property the path to building wealth for the future.

  • Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 14:26

    Eaton Realty is proud to support Fishhawk TNR and Seeds of Hope as an official Drop-Off location. Bring your items by our office today! 

  • Stealing Credit Card
    Thursday, March 8, 2018 - 00:05

    According to a recent study conducted by the Federal Trade Commission, there are nearly 10 million instances of some form of identity theft each year.  This has quickly become one of the fastest-growing crimes, and the number of people falling prey to identity thieves is expected to rise. But things are not hopeless.   By closing the most likely avenues of attack and following a few simple guidelines you can significantly reduce the chance of becoming one of the victims.

  • Grocery Cart
    Thursday, March 8, 2018 - 00:04

    Saving money on groceries used to not be on my priority list.  Who has the time to clip coupons and keep track of when and where the sales are just to be able to save a few cents?  Then one day, purely by accident, I discovered an amazing fact—if I spent less money on groceries, I would have more money to spend on other stuff! This revelation motivated me to search for strategies that would help me spend as little as possible on each trip to the grocery store.  Here are seven of the most helpful strategies I discovered:

  • Alarm Clock
    Thursday, March 8, 2018 - 00:03

    September is the back-to-school month, and for many families with school-age children that means the return of the dreaded morning circus.  Instead of everyone getting up rested and with smiles, there are shouting matches, tears, frustration, and moms getting late to work.  Sometimes it seems that getting kids out of bed and out the door in an orderly manner must require an act of divine intervention.  In anticipation of this month, I interviewed several friends and past clients who have successfully reigned in the morning circus in their homes.  Here are their tips:

  • Credit Health
    Thursday, March 8, 2018 - 00:01

    When you apply for almost any kind of loan, one of the facts that lenders will use to make a decision is your credit score, also known as a FICO score.  The lender obtains this three-digit number (it ranges from 300 to 850) from one of the three major credit bureaus (Trans Union, Equifax or Experian).  Calculated by a formula developed by a company called Fair, Isaac & Co. (hence the name FICO), this score represents to a lender your credit worthiness.  It not only influences whether your loan is approved, but it also influences your interest rate and other loan terms. The higher your credit score, the better loan terms you will get.  How do you obtain a good score?  Simply put, by paying your bills on time, using your credit sparingly, and watching for errors on your credit report.  Since nobody is perfect, our credit scores aren’t always perfect either.  But whether you already have a great score, or a not-so-great one, there are things you can do to make it better.

  • calendar pages
    Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 23:55

    Boy, are you lucky you are not the seller of that house.  You know the one—it’s been sitting on the market for so long that you forgot what it looks like without the For Sale sign in front of it.  They decreased the price several times, there are people stopping by to look at it, but the stubborn For Sale sign remains.  You feel bad watching the poor Realtor holding it open every Saturday to no avail. What gives?  Well, it could be:

     

  • date night calendar
    Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 23:53

    "Dinner?”

    “Sure, I guess.”

    “Where do you want to go?”

    “I don’t know.  Where do you want to go?”

    “I don’t know.”

  • Front of home
    Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 23:49

    Whether you are planning on refinancing, selling, renting, or just thinking about how to impress visiting family, you might be looking for ways to boost your home’s value.  Home improvements and renovations are popular ways to try to accomplish this, but many projects can be time consuming and expensive.  Here are five simple things you can do to bump up the value of your home that won’t break the bank.

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