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About Lori Vernon Gagetta

Lori Vernon Gagetta
Hi, I'm Lori Vernon-Gagetta 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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Eliminating House Clutter Will Help Sell Your Home
Posted on 05/26/2019
Eliminating House Clutter Will Help Sell Your Home
Two of the most important ingredients in a successful house-marketing campaign are competitive pricing and making a great first impression on prospective buyers. Although your real estate agent can assist in achieving both of those goals, keeping your home in "show ready" condition will be up to you and your family. When your home is actively being shown,...
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2009 Webber Avenue, Yountville, CA 94599 is now new to the market!
Posted on 05/26/2019
2009 Webber Avenue, Yountville, CA 94599 is now new to the market!
Be the first to call 2009 Webber home where your quest for perfection is realized. Tucked down a gated drive in Old Town, a mere block to the world class restaurants and ateliers, the clean lines of this classic 2 bedroom en suite are married with meticulously detailed design and expert craftsmanship. Timeless materials, high end finishes and appointments such as fixtures by Waterworks complete this private enclave. A Yountville State of...
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Does Your Large Landing Waste Space?
Posted on 05/19/2019
Does Your Large Landing Waste Space?
Home architects like to do lots of creative things with stairs and landings—and for good reason. They create lots of “oohs” and “aahs” when a prospective buyer walks into a home. Many times, it is that spectacular view that sells the home. Buyers may even overlook other missing items in the house because of the initial entryway's striking...
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Repairing Your Marble Countertops
Posted on 05/12/2019
Repairing Your Marble Countertops
The word “sincere” comes from the Latin prefix sine meaning “without” and the cerae meaning “wax.” In ancient times, when marble had cracks or chips, nefarious craftsmen would fill the crack with wax to hide the damage, making the stonework “insincere.” With the proliferation of marble countertops in the décor of the past several years, many homeowners do...
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