Real Estate Group Blog for Hampton Roads, Williamsburg & N. Carolina - Blog Archive: March, 2020

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March 2020

There are 6 blog entries for March 2020.

The Real Estate Group is proud to be the "Hampton Roads Original" serving the entire region including Northeast North Carolina.  Check out our Newest Listings and you may just find the perfect home for you and your family.  If you would like to see any of these homes, please contact us via the website or get in touch with one of our professional and helpful associates. They will be happy to arrange showings for you.

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The days are longer and the flowers are starting to bloom, yes, it’s Spring! With that said, it’s finally the time of year to start sprucing up your home in preparation for warm weather activities. Now that the Winter weather has passed, you’ll want to take inventory of your home and look for any damages so that you can make the necessary repairs. Checking for repairs is crucial in addition to any “beauty” work around the house. Follow this Spring maintenance list to make sure your home is in top notch condition this year!

Clean the Gutters

No one looks forward to the possibility of water damage, especially during warmer temperatures. Making sure gutters are cleared of debris and leaks will save you some trouble in the future. 


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This has been one of the main questions that have been asked to The Real Estate Group (TREG) Associates in the past few days. One of the things that we want to assure you is, YES, you can list and sell during this time! Our agents are trained to market your home and will use every method needed to get it exposure.

That said, things are changing constantly and there are considerations you may need to take into account. Here are some examples: People looking to buy right now likely have the immediate need for a new home. Some areas of the market that were very inventory constrained may now have an influx of buyers, and on the contrary, some areas may be slower. Some questions you may want to consider could be: Is your home ready for the market? What

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The recent COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has raised many questions and has caused a world of uncertainty for everyone. Although it’s easy for most people to be anxious about what the future may hold, a way to take action against a sense of helplessness is to service others and work together during this difficult time. High risk groups are more susceptible to the effects of the outbreak and the same goes for local businesses. 

Of course, the number one priority and solution to combating this virus is to follow the rules: refrain from touching your face, practice social distancing, wash your hands, wash your hands some more, and do not come into work if you’re feeling under the weather. Here are some ways we can offer some help to those who are

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Celebrate the month of March and all things St. Paddys Day themed with the Shamrock Marathon! The 48th annual Shamrock Marathon is the longest continuously ran road race in Virginia. Enjoy festivities, a flat running course and the unmatched Virginia Beach views. This weekend long event full of running and family fun begins Friday, March 20th and lasts through Sunday, March 22nd. Beginning on the first day, the event also offers a cool sports and fitness expo along with races of all distances for the family!

The Shamrock Marathon Course

Starting from the Virginia Beach resort area, the course then heads to Shore Drive along First Landing State Park, then to JEB, Ft. Story. The course includes many places of historical note. The course then heads

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Moving is stressful for us. It is also stressful for our pets. Dogs and cats pick up on our stress as well as the stress of their own. So here are some ways to reduce the level of stress on your dog or cat during a move. Also included are some tips to help protect them during the move.

Get new collar tags that have your new address.

Many pets get anxious during a move to a new home and may try to run away in the first days in the new surroundings. With many new smells and sounds,  if they do run away they may have less of an idea of where to come back to, and are more likely to get lost, which is why having tags with your correct address and contact information is very important. Make sure that they have their new tags on BEFORE the move so that

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