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We are a strong, vibrant and global real estate family. We strive every day to deliver unsurpassed market intelligence and insights, and use our strengths to help you successfully buy and sell real estate. We embrace your goals and are committed to achieving them. The award winning company and agents of CENTURY 21 Covered Bridges Realty, Inc. offer the most complete real estate service to our clientele with a truly visionary approach to high tech marketing and skills. We have served the real estate needs of Columbia, Montour, and lower Luzerne counties and surrounding areas for 34 years and look forward to providing you with the finest quality service unmatched by our competitors. Browsing through this site will allow you to explore our region along with community information, demographics, schools, medical facilities, area attractions plus much, much more. 
  
With our search the MLS, we give you direct access to all the properties available in a five county area, as well as new listings, featured properties, single property websites, and virtual tours. Upon e-mail request, we can also send you all new listings within your search criteria immediately as they become available with e-mail alerts so you won’t miss the "right" property.
 
Also available are valuable articles and information regarding buying, selling, home improvement, free reports, tax planning, as well as up to the minute news and weather from various media sources. In addition, the real estate resource center and blog are updated daily with real estate articles and answers to thousands of consumer’s questions about the buying and selling process.
 
If you are a first time buyer, experienced investor, or anything in between, you will find priceless information on our site about how to choose the right property, making an offer, negotiating, financing, mortgage rates, moving, and everything involved in making an informed decision in today’s real estate marketplace. 


In addition to all the information we have available for buyers, we also provide up-to-date information for sellers. If you are considering selling your property, this site offers dozens of articles about preparing your home for sale, choosing the right agent, appropriate pricing, effective marketing, the inspection process, and the importance of a market evaluation.
 
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How Charitable Is Your State?

Looking to give back this holiday season? Good on you! Wondering how many of your neighbors are doing the same? From doling out toys for tots to working in soup kitchens, a hot new WalletHub study runs down the top charitable states in the country.

Where does yours weigh in?

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Credit: WalletHub

View the full WalletHub study here.

Zoe Eisenberg is RISMedia’s senior content editor. Email her your real estate news ideas at zoe@rismedia.com.

This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. Visit the blog daily for housing and real estate tips and trends. Like Housecall on Facebook and follow @HousecallBlog on Twitter.

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Just for Fun: Houses Covered in Snow

Ah, winter! The time of cozy fires, big ol’ mugs of hot cocoa, and—for those of us living in frosty climates—hours upon hours of shoveling snow.

Whether it’s laziness or forgetfulness, not clearing your home of snow in a timely fashion can create a bevy of problems, from a cracked foundation to a flooded basement or a slippery driveway that leads to a lawsuit from your irritable postal service employee.

Just for a fun little winter pregame, here is a selection of homes absolutely smothered in snow. Sit back and prepare to pity these homeowners.

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Are you excited for snow season yet?

Zoe Eisenberg is RISMedia’s senior content editor. Email her your story ideas at zoe@rismedia.com.

This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. Visit the blog daily for housing and real estate tips and trends.

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‘Flintstone House’ Fails to Sell, Takes Up Residence on Airbnb

Selling a home as iconic as the ‘Flintstone House’ is not for the faint of heart (or for those looking for a quick sale in order to untether themselves from the real estate game so they can spend their retirement traveling).

As the current owner of the Hillsborough, Calif., home can attest, it’s time to move on and share the quirky space that’s been on the market for over a year with others who will undoubtedly enjoy the home’s unique façade—and interior elements.

From its sunken conversation pit with fireplace, 30-foot ceilings, glass countertops in the kitchen and nautilus shape, the house inspires creativity, even if prospective buyers aren’t knocking down the door.

And thanks to Airbnb, those looking for a one-of-a-kind vacation experience have one more property to add to their list.

So get in touch with your inner Wilma and Fred Flintstone and grab five of your closest friends (the space accommodates six, so choose wisely…) and plan your getaway today.

Looking for more Flintstone fun? Be sure to check out our original post to take a peek inside.

This post was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. Check the blog daily for top real estate tips and trends.

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Home Decorating Tips for Bookworms

Even non-bibliophiles quaver under the splendor of Belle’s library or shed a small tear when thinking about the library of Alexandria turning into smithereens. Because books elevate any room’s IQ, they have often been used for interior design. But if like me, you find yourself on the hoarding end of the spectrum, your book decorating skills could probably use a hand.

A good starting point is getting a headcount of your collection. Is the number so alarming you need to take drastic measures? Do not let the heart palpitations get to you. There is never such a thing as too many books. If you’re willing to make some compromises, that is.

If you own:

1,000 Books or More

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I suggest you sell your furniture. Install wall shelving across your whole home and accept that you will now live in a library. Upsides to this include: 1) You can reenact your favorite “Beauty and the Beast” scenes and 2) people will assume you’re a very well-off tycoon.

500 Books

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It might look bad now, but your problem is manageable. I did mention comprises would be needed, so pick a room you’re willing to forgo. Are your kids already sharing a bedroom? They can sleep on the porch. This vacant room can now be allocated for your own home library. As you can appreciate in this image, there is no need for your library to look “old” (although taste is always of the utmost importance for a dignified bibliophile). You can color-code your YA and make the room look “hip,” as the kids say.

300 Books

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Three-hundred is the sweet spot for book owners who don’t want to invest too much when it comes to accommodating their beloved literature. It works out even better if your collection is mostly made up of handsome hardcovers as opposed to tacky paperbacks. What you will need is a proper bookshelf unit to serve as the focal point of your living room. You can mix and match with trinkets and other artifacts.

200 Books

200_books_4Good news. There are also such things as TV shelving units which would allow you to tastefully intermix books, CDs, DVDs and electronic devices such as the aforementioned television. This is a good alternative for those who are still growing their collection and need to fill some space. It’s not ideal, since nobody can really watch “Friends” and read “One Hundred Years of Solitude” in the same room, but it’ll do.

100 Books

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At this stage, you are close to becoming a bookaholic, but you haven’t passed the bar yet. This could be because you’re a child, an amateur, or a person who lost all their books in a fire and is now restoring their collection. In any case, your current compendium is better off finding shelter in your home office. Because it’s a smaller space, the more limited shelving units will pass as a decorative decision and not a cry for help. This way, you can gradually acquire more books until they’re ready to upgrade to the living room.

50 Books

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I suppose books are heavy to transport when you’re moving to a new home. I’m empathetic to the thought of you, carefully selecting 50 books to take with you, sobbing on your childhood bedroom floor. To show my support, I’ve found a solution to your temporary stack. A minimalist style will help account for the empty space of your missing books. For a better look, select accents that don’t clash with the book spines, and play around with the setup until it looks natural.

10 Books

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If the ballpark figure is 10, you’re better off using your books as accents. You can use them around the house to enhance some shelves, night stands or coffee tables. To create more cohesive-looking sets, match the book binding to the style of the room.

3 Books

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First, I want to direct you to a library. Second, although your books certainly feel lonely and need to socialize with other books, you can still make the most of what you’ve got. After all, there’s no better centerpiece than a good ol’ pile of books. If you consider three a pile, that is.

1 Book

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Even if you only own one book, it still works. But then again, maybe just read it?

This post was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. Check the blog daily for top real estate tips and trends.

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