Stacie Pineda Real Estate Group

Year: 2021

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Wallpaper

Remember when wallpaper was all the rage? In the 90’s, one could hardly find a house without wallpaper. In my circle of friends, if you didn’t have any wallpaper in your house, you were...

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Water

In the High Country, there are a few water sourcing options for homes. If a house is located within the town proper – such as Boone, Seven Devils, or Blowing Rock – city water...

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Movie Lines

I love my family of origin!! We share a style of communication, body language, insecurities, and especially humor. My siblings and I are separated by many miles, but we certainly share similar communication styles...

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Pasta & Pie Crust

Although I am new to the world of real estate, one thing that has already become evident to me is the critical role relationship building plays. This is true for the agent/client relationship and...

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What Home Means to Ike

To me, home is the most important place in my life.Home means the mountains.  Home means sharing time with your loved ones. Home means long trail runs alone.Home means comfort and relaxation.Home means warmth and good...

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What Home Means to Karsen

As much as it is a place, home is also a feeling.Growing up, “home” was a place, a house, a tangible structure, a concrete construct. It was something I considered steadfast and consistent.My definition...

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What Home Means to Stacie

Home: what a beautiful word! What a beautiful feeling. When I close the door, I’m enveloped by safety and quiet. I feel the warmth of my well-used belongings. I finally have a moment to...

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Meet Karsen

Hi! I’m Karsen McGee, the new Office Manager and Transactional Assistant for the Stacie Pineda Real Estate Group. The idea of working in the real estate industry had never crossed my mind but I...

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Flurries

After a conversation about snow flurries with a new client, I was reminded of my early days living in the High Country soon after my family had moved here from Colorado Springs.  I was at...

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