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National Association of REALTORS® Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Code of Ethics

3 years ago
Waldo Real Estate joins the National Association of REALTORS® in Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Their Code of Ethics  
 On July 29, 1913, at the annual convention in Winnipeg, Manitoba, NAR’s board of directors got their first look at the much-anticipated Code and adopted it for use by the association’s members.
  The Code symbolizes REALTORS®' commitment to professionalism and vision of an honest real estate industry.
						
			The REALTORS® Pledge, I AM A REALTOR®, I  Read more 

Keywords: REALTOR®, REALTOR® Code of Ethics, REALTOR® Pledge,

How To Be A Good Camper

3 years ago
How To Be A Good Camper

There are good campers, and there are bad campers. Good campers come prepared, use common sense, and are courteous to those camping around them, while bad campers either lack awareness or aren't prepared, and they have no regard for their campground neighbors. You'll soon learn that there is little privacy in a campground and that sound travels well too. You came here to enjoy yourself, and so did everyone else. Be a good camper and don't spoil the fun for others.
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Keywords: campers, campground, Campsite, RV,

Worst Colors To Use In A Home

3 years ago
Worst Colors To Use In A Home

Emerald may be this year’s color of the year and hot hue, but which colors should you avoid?

Color research tells us some colors to avoid. Colors that can be considered, as some researchers note, “eye irritants” and can even cause headaches or mess with your vision.

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Keywords: bold, colors, paint,

10 Foolproof Vegetables for Container Gardening

3 years ago
10 Foolproof Vegetables for Container Gardening

Want fresh veggies but don’t have a back 40, the time, or the know-how for a full-size vegetable plot? Container vegetable gardening is the answer.

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Keywords: containers, convenient, garden, vegetables, weeding,

Get Ready For A Home Inspection

3 years ago
Get Ready For A Home Inspection

Some local governments require that the seller provide the buyer with a detailed home inspection while giving the buyer the option to obtain her own inspection. In other parts of the country, the seller provides only disclosures and the buyer pays for her own home inspection. Whether you're producing a seller's home inspection for the buyer or expecting the buyer's home inspector to show up on your doorsteps, it's best to be thoroughly prepared.

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Keywords: buyer, inspection, seller,