Coldwell Banker Previews International®, the worldwide luxury home marketing program exclusive to Coldwell Banker Real Estate, celebrates its 80th anniversary.
This milestone pays tribute to the legacy started in 1933 by Previews, Inc. founder Henderson Talbot, a real estate entrepreneur who redefined luxury real estate marketing by pioneering the use of motion pictures to “preview” exclusive homes.
Talbot’s firm was acquired in 1980 by Coldwell B... read more
The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards® show on Sunday, January 26,was the perfect stage for Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC to unveil its new “Home Sweet Home” national television commercial. The one-minute spot appropriately features the classic Mötley Crüe anthem “Home Sweet Home” as the soundtrack.
This is the second year in a row that Coldwell Banker® has chosen to launch its national marketing campaign during the highly anticipated awards show season.
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Many existing homeowners choose summer time to spruce up their homes and make upgrades or improvements. While some home features, such as formal living rooms, have waned in popularity as of late, there are several common improvement projects that consumers still turn toward, to increase space and improve their real estate value.
Built-in bookshelves, separate laundry rooms and additional shelving are popular alterations homeowners are seeking to maximize every square inch of their home's s... read more
No one wants to spend a fortune when it comes to selling a home, but most want to spruce up a few areas to make their property more appealing to potential buyers. There are several types of small improvements individuals can make that can transform the look of a home without forcing them to break the bank.
When it comes to making home upgrades, it's important that sellers remember to go for simple, clean improvements that make homes look more modern and elegant.
One ... read more
Movoto Real Estate is out with
its annual ranking of the best places
to live in Missouri.
Topping that list
of 137 Show-Me-State cities with a
population above 5,000 is Glendale.
"Ninety-eight percent of Glendale's'
residents have at least a high school'
diploma, and its unemployment rate
is a mere 2.2 percent," reads Movoto's
description of Missouri's top city.
"Crime in the city is low, with 12,
total crimes for every one thousand
residents annually. Glendale ranked
second for ... read more