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Anne Oller
Hi, I'm Anne Oller and I'd love to assist you. Whether you're in the research phase at the beginning of your real estate search or you know exactly what you're looking for, you'll benefit from having a real estate professional by your side. I'd be honored to put my real estate experience to work for you.

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How to Speed up Your House Sale
Posted on 04/21/2019
How to Speed up Your House Sale
Selling a house requires special tactics, it can be stressful for first timers, and the pressure even becomes greater when there is a need to close the sale before moving into a new home. You will find the following simple suggestions highly effective in getting your house sold. Enhance the curb appeal. Curb appeal means how attractive your...
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5 Benefits of Having a Spa at Your Home
Posted on 04/14/2019
5 Benefits of Having a Spa at Your Home
Have you ever considered the benefits of having a spa at home? Or you are nursing the ambition of having a Jacuzzi at home. This whirlpool birth is an excellent addition to the house as it gives your apartment an aesthetic touch. Apart from giving your home an attractive look, it fades into the house background. The benefits...
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Condo or Country Estate: Which is Your Style?
Posted on 04/07/2019
Condo or Country Estate: Which is Your Style?
The millionaire lifestyle conjures up visions of luxurious Country French-style mansions nestled in verdant estates at the end of a mile-long tree-lined drive, their arching bows of blossoms dipping overhead as you pass through in your top-down convertible. And that lifestyle is a perfectly pleasant way to live. But is it your way to live? Luxury comes in...
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A Home is not Really an Investment … Promise.
Posted on 03/31/2019
A Home is not Really an Investment … Promise.
For years, people have believed that their new home purchase is the same kind of investment as their 401k or stock and bonds. Even with the obvious drops in prices during and since the economic crash, many buyers continue letting their home be their only retirement asset. The main property you live in should be left out of...
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