Fall Maintenance Checklist

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Must-dos: Furnace servicing: change filter, humidifier panel Shut off outside taps Drain garden hoses Clean eavestroughs/gutters and downspouts to avoid flooding Check flashing along eavestroughs and the roof to ensure water cannot seep through Check carbon monoxide/smoke detector Roof repairs with metal roofing contractor Fill holes on the exterior of the house to ensure critters… Read more »

3 Things You Should Know Before Renting

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Whether it’s your first time renting or you’re moving to a different unit, there are many factors to consider when renting. While moving to a new home can be exciting, there are a few things you should do to ensure that the process goes smoothly. Justin Podmoroff, who works as a leasing specialist with The Woolcott… Read more »

Update on Packer – Our Sponsor Dog!

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Service dog in-training: Packer

The Woolcott Team is sponsoring Packer, a service dog-in-training with National Service Dogs (NSD)! The furry addition to the team is just shy of seven months old and is seeing great strides in her development. “Packer is a total rockstar in her training,” says Lynne Davidson, fundraising coordinator, NSD. “She attends weekly puppy classes and… Read more »

The Value of Home Pre-Evaluation

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When you’re a homeowner and thinking about moving, whether it be imminent or a couple of years down the line, one of the top things that come to mind is what your property is worth. Many people opt to get a home evaluation just before they sell to get an idea of what they’d be… Read more »

Selling Your Home With Pets

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Are you getting ready to put your home on the market? Do you have a loveable pooch or friendly feline? These questions may seem unrelated, but they’re not. The truth is, having a cat or dog can complicate the home-selling process. Many buyers are less likely to purchase a property if they know it recently… Read more »

5 Top Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

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Buying your first home can be daunting. First-time buyers are immersed in a world filled with a whole new language and it can be difficult to determine where to begin. Peter Woolcott, a buyer agent with Re/Max Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc., has worked with a number of first time of buyers and has an extensive… Read more »

The Woolcott Team Sponsors Packer!

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The Woolcott Team Sponsors Packer | National Service Dogs (NSD)

The Woolcott Team is thrilled to introduce Packer, the newest addition to the area’s top-selling real estate team! Packer is a 14-week-old service dog-in-training with National Service Dogs (NSD), who after 2 years of training, will hope to become a service dog for a child with autism or an individual suffering from PTSD. “When the… Read more »

Tips to Running a Successful Realty Team

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Tips to Running a Successful Realty Team | Woolcott Real Estate

Originally published by REP Magazine on Feb 18, 2019 Running a successful realty team requires time and dedication—expect a functional operation to take between three and five years—and Drew Woolcott of the REMAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc. has some tips to share. Woolcott Realty did 390 transactions in 2018, no small feat for 22-agent team, and… Read more »