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Stockton Pet-Friendly Homes Might Have an Advantage Stockton Homes for Sale: Pet-Friendly or Not? Stockton “Pet-Friendly” Homes: It All Begins with Petscaping!

 “Pet-Friendly” is a term that used to be confined to the Stockton Homes for Rent ads and a few open-minded hotel chains. Given the 84+ million American households which now include pets as family members, Stockton homeowners who plan on listing their property anytime soon might include those animal census numbers in their thinking.

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Real Estate Inspection Jitters? Rx: Don’t Freak Out! Stockton Real Estate Inspections Needn’t Spark Jitters Rx for Stockton Real Estate Inspection Jitters

 As worrisome physical symptoms go, house inspection jitters should not be worrisome in the least. Neither Stockton home buyers or their counterparts (Stockton home sellers) need be troubled if they find themselves awaiting the house inspector with mounting anxiety: these are perfectly normal symptoms. My advice echoes HGTV’s prescription for a “Drama-Free Real Estate Rx”—in their words, “Don’t Freak Out.”

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Stockton Real Estate Agents and Your Multiple Income Stream This Stockton Real Estate Agent Agrees with a Radio Ad Stockton Real Estate Agents, Radio Ads, and Boosting Income

 Successful Stockton real estate agents almost universally share some common personality traits. Among them is one skill that’s not usually mentioned when it comes to real estate agent requirements. By the time we’ve been on the job for long, Stockton real estate agents have necessarily become really experienced and skilled drivers!

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Selling Your Stockton Tenant-Occupied House The Stockton Tenant-Occupied House Decision A Tenant-Occupied House Sale Can be Smooth Sailing

 Even investors whose Stockton rental homes have served long and well as income-producers can eventually decide it’s time to sell. Given today’s tight housing inventories, the current market does stack up as one where selling your tenant-occupied house can be a timely financial move.

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Stockton’s Summer Officially Ends on Friday! Friday is the Last Day of Stockton’s Summer Thoughts as Stockton’s Summertime Ends…

 Friday is the official last day of Stockton’s 2017 summer, but for most of us, the season has been feeling a lot more like fall ever since Labor Day. It isn’t the weather so much as the psychological factor. Things like the passing of that last summertime three-day weekend and watching Stockton’s seasonal businesses post hour change signs. As the school busses appear every morning, you also don’t have to have kids in school to register what all the activity signals: Stockton’s summer is over.

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A Good News Item Buried in Stockton’s Hurricane Coverage Hurricane News Overshadows All but One Bright Spot Amid Hurricane News Blanketing Stockton’s Media…

 ast weekend’s regular California news should have been promoting all the usual upbeat feature stories about the onset of football season, the start of a brand new school year, the finals of tennis’ last grand slam tournament and the like—but Stockton readers would have gotten eye strain trying to find any of them. Instead, the dark clouds brought by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey cast dense shadows across the region and the nation’s news. It was certain, too, that even after the terror of their actual passages had subsided, the fallout would continue to reverberate—expensively—for a very long time.

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