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About Adam Barras

Adam Barras
Hi, I'm Adam Barras and I'd love to assist you. Whether you're in the research phase at the beginning of your real estate search or you know exactly what you're looking for, you'll benefit from having a real estate professional by your side. I'd be honored to put my real estate experience to work for you.

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Latest Blog Posts

Get to Know the Neighbors
Posted on 09/18/2019
Get to Know the Neighbors
One of the most significant adjustments of your move to a new home will be getting to know your new community. You may have lived in your previous house for some time and have had a good relationship with your neighbors. From acquaintances to friends getting to know new people is not only a part of being a...
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Some Common Painting Mistakes to Avoid
Posted on 09/11/2019
Some Common Painting Mistakes to Avoid
Applying fresh coat paint is one of the easiest ways to revamp your home inside and out, especially when a professional painter does it. Many homeowners view painting as an easy job, but it is a complicated job that requires patience, skills, and the right tools. Before you attempt to give your room a new coat of paint,...
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Simple Ways to Enhance Your Home's Marketability
Posted on 09/04/2019
Simple Ways to Enhance Your Home's Marketability
Making a good first impression on prospective home buyers is the key to getting your house sold within a relatively short period of time. Once your house is on the market, you'll want to make sure any major flaws, aesthetic issues, and potential buyer turnoffs have been fully addressed before the first prospects walk through your front door. Although...
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Does Your Old Furniture Fit in your New House?
Posted on 08/28/2019
Does Your Old Furniture Fit in your New House?
It's moving day. With all paper's signed and keys in hand, movers unload furniture and boxes into your new digs. But nothing seems to fit. Move just one thing, and everything is out of place. Your old furniture seems bulky—or dwarfed. It’s Just. Not. Right. Busting the budget to buy new furniture is out of the question, so...
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