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Ready Your Yard for Cooler Weather

Spending a couple of hours now preparing your yard for the upcoming colder temperatures will keep your lawn healthy and practically guarantee a spectacular spring! Just because the grass isn’t growing as fast now as in the middle of July doesn’t mean it’s time to stop...

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Got Pets? Tips for Making Your Home Pet Friendly

For many of us our pets are cherished family members. When planning a home remodel or renovation consider these helpful tips to make your pet even more comfortable while retaining your home’s style and character. When installing new cabinetry in the kitchen, laundry...

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Update Your Kitchen on a Budget

Great family friendly neighborhood. Best school district in the county. Wonderful yard with mature landscaping. Super floor plan with just the right amount of square footage. So why so glum, chum? Because you HATE the kitchen. It’s outdated, cramped with too few...

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From Flat to High Gloss: Selecting the Right Paint

When sprucing up your home not only do you have to decide what color to paint a room but you will also have to determine what finish or sheen works best. From flat to high gloss, and everything in between, here are some simple tips to help with your decision. Flat....

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Is Your HVAC Doing Its Job?

What is going on with Mother Nature? Rainy and cool one day, then temps in the high 80’s the next! It’s not unusual to have heat on in the morning, the A/C on in the afternoon and all those fluctuates can make it difficult to regulate your home’s interior temperature....

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Top Paint Colors When Sprucing Up Your Home for Sale

Warmer weather is on the way and you’re ready to put your home on the market. Realizing each prospective buyer who will be considering your home has their own unique decorating style doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go that extra mile to make a lasting first impression. In...

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Spring Home Maintenance Tips

Warm days full of sunshine; trees sprouting new leaves and lush lawns coming back to life after lying dormant all winter; this is spring. And spring is when we want to throw open windows and doors and sweep out that winter dust, dirt and musty odor. In addition to...

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Don’t Let Structural Damage Become a Deal Breaker

Generally when a home is listed for sale the current owner already has a good idea of what repairs are needed. Their Realtor may suggest having a home inspection completed before the property goes on the market in order to know the exact condition of the residence,...

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Top Tips for Selling Your Home During the Winter Months

While often people are reluctant to list their residence during the fall and winter months, many Realtors believe this is actually one of the best times because fewer homes are on the market for potential buyers to select from. Plus, those searching for a home during...

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