Browsing All posts tagged under »real estate«

Harrassing People for Fun and Profit

September 24, 2018

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Contrary to what readers may now be thinking, the title of this post has noting to do with our duly elected and self-adored President of the United States. It is, instead, about Life in the Boomer Lane’s Saturday spent getting in people’s faces at a local community celebration. LBL will start by saying that DC […]

4 Reasons to Buy A House Later in Life

June 3, 2016

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  The following is a guest post from Debra Lewis.  Since Life in the Boomer Lane is a Realtor and, since she often has older clients, she appreciates that age should never stop anyone from purchasing the house of their dreams. The purchase can be a single family home, a townhouse, a condo, or a […]

What’s in your trunk?

September 1, 2010

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There was a short segment on NPR the other day, in which people were asked, “What’s in your trunk?”  Of course, some of the answers were very funny.  But as Life in the Boomer Lane was listening, she realized that she had no idea what was in her trunk.  LBL only knew that being married […]

What’s in your trunk?

September 1, 2010

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There was a short segment on NPR the other day, in which people were asked, “What’s in your trunk?”  Of course, some of the answers were very funny.  But as Life in the Boomer Lane was listening, she realized that she had no idea what was in her trunk.  LBL only knew that being married […]

The Girl Who Strayed With Buyers

August 2, 2010

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If you’ve been in the real estate business as long as I have, you’ve probably accumulated a lot of fun experiences that, in retrospect, could have been used successfully in POW camps. I’ve locked myself out of houses, and once, another agent and I had to climb in through a high window to get in. […]