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A New Look for an Iconic Brand

The most iconic brand in real estate has a new look. A refreshed RE/MAX wordmark and logo were revealed in August 2017 with the ultimate goal of helping the real estate network’s 115,000 agents in more than 100 countries and territories grow their businesses in the digital world. For the first time in 44 years, the RE/MAX brand has been updated to be brighter, more modern and more appealing to today’s home buyers and sellers.

A New Look for an Iconic Brand

The most iconic brand in real estate has a new look. A refreshed RE/MAX wordmark and logo were revealed in August 2017 with the ultimate goal of helping the real estate network’s 115,000 agents in more than 100 countries and territories grow their businesses in the digital world. For the first time in 44 years, the RE/MAX brand has been updated to be brighter, more modern and more appealing to today’s home buyers and sellers.

8 Home Projects with a High ROI

Article Submitted by Fixr.com With warmer weather and longer days, summer is the ideal time of year to take on a project in or around your home. Many contractors and other pros often find this time of year a little slower, as many homeowners are waiting until fall to tackle big interior projects, which means that you’ll have an easier time finding the right person for the job. These eight projects are designed to add value to your home, without breaking

What’s This? A New Look for an Iconic Brand?

After 44 Years, RE/MAX Reveals Refreshed Brand Identity  August 21, 2017 DENVER – The world’s most productive real estate network* is getting even stronger. RE/MAX Co-CEOs, Dave Liniger and Adam Contos, revealed today a refreshed RE/MAX brand, including the world famous balloon logo and wordmark, to hundreds of franchise owners at the annual RE/MAX Broker Owner Conference in San Francisco. “Our new look better represents the enthusiastic entrepreneurs who comprise our network,” said Contos. “Great brands evolve and RE/MAX is no

3 Things to Consider Before Registering Your Home on a Short-Term Rental Site

Once upon a time, the idea of renting out your home to a stranger while you left for vacation was considered quite odd. Enter changing consumer attitudes, the “sharing economy” and online services such as Airbnb, FlipKey (owned by TripAdvisor) and VRBO (owned by HomeAway, which is now owned by Expedia). Today, renting a room in your house (or the entire house) to unknown travelers isn’t an outlandish concept. Short-term rentals provide an income opportunity for owners and a unique

11 Surprising Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Buying Your First Home

1. Never just randomly pick the first real estate agent you meet. cheezburger.com Don’t just go with your cousin because she begged you. There’s a lot to consider when choosing an agent. It’s recommended that you interview at least three before selecting the one who’s best for you. 2. Get a CLUE (report). vimeo.com / Via gifamerica.com The Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (or CLUE) is a free database that lists every insurance loss filed for a home over a seven-year period. It could help you avoid buying a home that’s

Miracle Treat Day

Buy a Blizzard from DQ, Make a Miracle!! This Thursday, July 27th!!

On Miracle Treat Day, $1 or more from every Blizzard Treat sold at participating DQ® locations will be donated to local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®. Every minute, 62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for treatment.  Help participating DQ restaurants help local kids by purchasing a Blizzard Treat on Thursday, July 27*.  For more than 10 years, the DQ system has celebrated Miracle Treat Day. In 2016, thanks to the generosity of local DQ stores and our Fans, over $4 million was donated to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the United

Hot Home Trend to Watch: The Two-Toned Kitchen

Two-toned colored kitchens are gaining popularity this year. White and gray painted cabinets are dominating kitchen color schemes, according to the 2017 Kitchen & Bath Design Trends survey conducted by the National Kitchen and Bath Association.  Particularly gray-toned kitchen cabinets are seeing a surge in popularity lately.   Other colors are getting mixed in too, adding a little more pizzazz to kitchen design. For example, the surrounding kitchen cabinets may be white and then the center island may feature gray cabinets.

First Half of 2017 Ends with Record Sales, Prices (Infographic)

July RE/MAX National Housing Report on MLS Data from 53 Metro Areas July 14, 2017 DENVER – Halfway through 2017, the U.S. housing market is on pace for another record year as four of the last six months have topped same month sales from 2016, according to the July 2017 RE/MAX National Housing Report. June home sales were 1.4% higher than June 2016, which was previously the month with the most home sales in the nine-year history of the report.

The Best Homes for ‘Porching’

Porching is gaining a following. And as the summer heats up, who doesn’t want to hang out on a cozy, stylish front porch or veranda while reading, sipping wine, or saying “hello” to neighbors as they pass by? Some houses were just made for porching too. Check out some of these homes that offer some of the best porching across the country. Palmetto Bluff South Carolina Lowcountry Palmetto Bluff touts itself as the largest remaining waterfront property on the East Coast.

Vinyl Flooring Is Stealing the Spotlight

Vinyl Flooring Is Stealing the Spotlight By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine Vinyl can get a bad rap. Often it’s confused with linoleum and conjures up memories of outdated, cheap 1980s flooring rolled out in sheets. But lately, vinyl is showing itself as anything but “cheap” looking. It can be laid out in planks, tiles, and sheets and it’s getting some trendy looks. The vinyl flooring industry is booming as new designs resemble the look of real hardwoods, but without