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7 Energy Saving Tips for Improving Indoor Temperatures As Summer Draws Near

Your home can become quite uncomfortable as the weather warms up in spring and summer, making an air conditioner something you just can’t do without. Unfortunately, with the increase in comfort can come a drastic increase in energy bills. Luckily, there are some simple and inexpensive energy saving measures to help bring your utility bills… Read More

10 Tips for Choosing Carpet

Nothing compares to the soft, luxurious feeling of carpet under your feet. Carpeting provides a safe, comfortable spot for kids to play and may even reduce the risk of injury during a fall. Sure, carpet requires a bit of extra maintenance compared to vinyl or tile, but there’s simply no substitute in terms of sound… Read More

House-Cleaning Secrets

Look Down… And Then Slightly Up It happens all the time: a client walks into a home that is beautifully decorated and looks magnificent at eye level — and the floors have clearly been Swiffered — but the baseboards are covered in dust. It’s not just people who are shopping for homes who register this,… Read More

How to Inspect Your Home for Termites

ermites are unwanted visitors that can cause extreme damage to homes and other structures. If you live in an area where termites are common, beware that the insects could raid your home. Attracted by moisture, wood and the steady temperature of a house, termites need only the tiniest cracks to begin infesting the home. If… Read More

10 Inexpensive Fixes To Increase The Value Of Your Home

Looking for ways to spruce up your home without breaking the bank? Whether you’re getting ready to sell your home or want to update it inexpensively for your own enjoyment, we’ve got 10 good strategies for you to consider. 1. Make your kitchen really cook The kitchen is still considered the heart of the home.… Read More

5 Location Characteristics To Look For When Buying A Home

Ask just about any real estate agent to list the three most important things a property should have, and you’ll likely hear: “location, location, location.” But why does location matter so much? For starters, you can’t move a home — at least not easily or inexpensively. When you buy a home in a good location,… Read More

What Is The Big Deal About Curb Appeal?

You know how they say first impressions last? Or how you will never get a second chance to make a first impression? This is true of your house as you’re trying to sell it too. If you are expecting a buyer to make an offer on your property, it’s important to make sure it looks… Read More

Safety First When Selling Your Home

When selling your home, there are several steps you can take to safeguard yourself, your family, and your valuables. There are certain safety guidelines that should always be followed to keep yourself and others safe. Valuables – Don’t forget to take your keys, credit cards, jewelry, and other valuables from your home or lock them… Read More

“Ask a Better Question” by Katie McClain – Master Life Coach & Friend

Our friend, Katie McClain is a master life coach, author of 2 books and faculty member at The Life Coach School. Katie founded kidThink to serve educators and students. kidThink helps schools create cultures of kindness, cooperation, self-confidence and success. Katie also provides one on one coaching for parents and their kids. Learn more at www.kidthink.info. Ask a Better Question by… Read More

3 Tips to Boost Your Home’s Online Appeal

Since many home buyers search the Internet before ever stepping into a property, it is imperative for a Seller to do everything possible to boost their home’s Internet appeal.  This can be achieved in several simple steps. Professionally cleaning the windows, turning on the lights, and opening the curtains to allow the natural sunlight to… Read More

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