We’re very pleased that we once again have our Harlem location open. We moved next door to the old location, which was formerly a bank, and are open!
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A home shows and sells more efficiently with proper curb appeal and staging. Land is no different. With land, you want to make that same positive impact. You want to make a good first impression and make sure people come for a closer look.
Curb Appeal. It is important when it comes to selling a house quickly and for a price that the seller is happy with. With so much of our search for a home starting at the computer, this is even more important. People will see the front shot of your home and judge it (sad, but […]
We’ve been getting more rain recently and that is a great thing for the lake. The levels are on the rise, but they’re not rising as fast as some of us would like or anticipate. So, why is that? The Corp of Engineers sent out an email this week about where all the rain is […]
Many things have changed in the landscape of selling Real Estate since DeFoor Realty began nearly 40 years ago. One is the way in which people begin their search for a new home. One of the first thing they typically do is search online. After that, once a serious buyer seeks an agent, that agent […]
Working in real estate means we work with a lot of people on one of the most important sales or purchases that they’ll make during their life time. The sale and/or purchase of a home. Sometimes, our wonderful clients take the time to tell us how we did. We’re very grateful for their feedback and […]
Have you noticed us more than usual recently? We hope so! We’ve been ramping up our advertising to help get the word out. We’re on TV too! (You can see are superstars in the links below.) Our agents are experts at selling real estate ALL OVER THE CSRA. That’s right, we are so much more […]
DeFoor Realty’s Harlem office is on the move. It’s not moving far, just down the street. DeFoor Realty will have a new home at the old bank building at 225 North Louisville Street in Harlem. Many know the building as the old Bank of Columbia County building. Harlem is growing and that’s part of the […]
It’s been raining a bit, but not enough to fill the lake back up. How much rain we’ve had an the outlook for 2017.