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18 Aug2017

A match made in heaven? How to pick the right real estate agent

Dawn and Albert Schick knew they owned a special house. The 7,500-square-foot, Victorian-style house, located in Richmond’s Fan District at 1853 West Grace Street, had been built in 1910, and it still had all of its original moldings, chandeliers and hardwood floors. It was a grand property with particularly s...

10 Jul2017

The magic number: How do you get the highest price for your house? - Testimonial from Brad and Shaunna Verhulst

Setting the asking price for a house can be complicated. You have to account for the home's square footage, research local house values and estimate how much improving and staging a home will add to the asking price. After doing all that, you might be surprised. Sometimes, that’s a good thing. When Shau...

21 Jun2017

Richmond Magazine - "Drawing the line in a seller's market"

Our sales associate Jamie Cline was quoted in this months issue of Richmond Magazine! Congrats Jamie! Keep up the great work! ...

19 Jun2017

A testimonial from our client Paul Agnello

From one our clients Paul Agnello who sold their lovely home with Small & Associates at 3024 Kensington Ave this year. "Last year, while we were having no luck selling our house in the Museum District for $508,000, Chris Small sold a similar house on our block for more in the first week it was on the market. So ...

12 Jun2017

Testimonial from our client Sharon Hall

Q & A with Sharon Hall, a Small & Associates client Earlier this year, Sharon Hall decided to put her West End house on the market. The brick Cape Cod, built in 1939, had an expansive second-floor master suite and a renovated galley kitchen with custom cabinetry, built-in GE appliances and granite countertops. Th...

25 May2017

DIY - from our own Jamie Cline

DIY – is it the right choice? At some point in every homeowner’s life, the decision is made to repair, replace, or update something. Whether it’s your grandmother’s brass chandelier that’s been hanging in the dining room since 1984, or the green shag carpet that’s been in the family ro...

19 May2017

Urban life, mid-life: Increasingly, empty nesters are moving from the suburbs to the city

When their kids go off to college, some parents take the opportunity to renovate their houses. They might paint the living room or even take on a more challenging project like remodeling a kitchen. Tim and Megan McCreary were more drastic. They bought a new house. And it wasn’t simply a matter of downsi...

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