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Kitchens have long been among the most popular remodeling projects. But with fewer clients requesting kitchen upgrades during this recession, one kitchen designer has turned the economic slowdown to her advantage."If I couldn't remodel as many client kitchens as usual, I decided to remodel my own showroom. That way, I'd be ready to show the latest trends and the most exciting new products when this down period ends," said Joan DesCombes, president of Architectural Artworks in Winter Park, Fla.The result is a showroom fitted with latest looks and innovations in cabinetry, counter tops and appliances from upscale lines such as (2 comments)
Need for Simplicity May Lead Us Back to Cash Once More - 08/31/10 10:45 AM
There was a time, just as my college years were ending and social-networking was on the rise, when it seemed cash was going the way of the landline telephone and vinyl record. Plastic was the way to pay. My bank card was second only to my license in line of purse importance. Even as I started to pay off debt, I preferred to use my debit card. My logic? It comes out of my account, my cash in hand, anyway. With cold, hard plastic, spending felt more convenient and secure. So for most of my adult life, carrying cash has been (1 comments)
Tips for a Successful Real Estate Open House - 08/31/10 10:36 AM
The Sunday real estate open house is a longstanding ritual in the real estate marketplace, and many homes have been sold on a lazy Sunday afternoon. When used properly, open houses can be a great marketing strategy. According to the experts at Buy-and-Sell-House-Fast.com, the following steps will help you get the most out of your real estate open house and increase your chances of selling your home for the priceagen you want. -Be sure to meet with your agent in advance of the open house. Discuss all the various details about what is involved in holding a successful open house. While (2 comments)
Herb gardens have become more popular than ever before, and they aren't just being grown in small containers on windowsills anymore. Today, herbs are being used to create unique landscaping options. Why add herbs to your garden? The variety of plants, the unique texture of their foliage, and the wide range of colorful blossoms all make herbs welcome additions to any landscape. Here are some ideas on how you can incorporate herbs into your yard: Top off your topiary. Many such herbs as lavender, bay leaf and rosemary can be used with great success in forming topiaries. Plant aromatic ground (5 comments)
Homeowners who are looking to remodel their kitchen should keep the following factors—that can significantly affect the price of their remodel—in mind as they begin to make plans to upgrade their kitchen. According to Kitchen Tune-Up, homeowners should pay attention the following five factors before they begin a renovation. 1. Wood species or cabinet covering material. The material that covers the cabinet will effect the overall pricing of a kitchen renovation, but not as much as you might think. A stainless steel clad cabinet will be the most expensive and a melamine (thin plastic laminate) surface will be the least (1 comments)
3 Bedroom Townhome With Fantastic Park Views - 08/28/10 04:11 PM
Great opportunity to own this 3 bedroom townhome for less than the cost of rent. Currently rented on month to month basis. Home was renovated in 2009 by seller. Walk across the street to enjoy the city park with basketball courts, playground equipment, picnic sites and a public pool. The enclosed front porch and brick fireplace make this a truly enjoyable place to unwind. The fenced rear yard has access from adjoining alley.
Don’t Let Them Eat Cake! Sports Snacks Can Be Easy and Nutritious - 08/28/10 03:55 PM
You don’t want to be known as the Twinkie Mom who supplied all the members of the soccer team with snack cakes and Diet Coke. On the other hand, bringing spinach juice and organic mushrooms when it’s your turn to deliver the all-important Post Game Refreshment could set up your kid for decades of therapy. We asked dietitian Amy Jamieson-Petonic, a spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association, for some tips on selecting healthy, easy-to-prepare-and-deliver snacks that kids will actually eat. Perhaps her biggest crowd-pleaser is in the drinks category: “A really great post-event hydration drink is low-fat chocolate milk because it (3 comments)
Looking to spruce up your home, but don’t know where to start? From molding to choice of color, there’s a lot to consider before dipping your brush in the paint. Does a room really look smaller with a darker color on the walls? Should your ceilings be white? Do you want to add an accent wall?Here are some tips from Lowe’s on how to getting started: Getting Started • Size up your room. How you use color depends on where you use color. Each room has its own unique elements and function. First think about the structure of the room. (2 comments)
Two Real Estate-Friendly Google Tools - 08/27/10 02:44 PM
Here are a couple of Google tech tools that could make you are more effective real estate professional: • Wonder Wheel. To improve your search-engine ranking, type in the search term you want to improve. After you search, click on the link that says Show Search Tools. Then click on Wonder Wheel under the category of standard view. This will provide the terms most responsible for searches that land at your site. Then use those terms more often on your pages. • Google Timeline. Follow the steps above. Timeline appears below the Wonder Wheel link. This will allow you to identify (1 comments)
7 Must-Have Apps for Your Smartphone - 08/27/10 02:40 PM
From faxing on-the-go to creating property "reminder" tours, several new applications for smartphones aim to help improve your efficiency while away from your office and impress clients. James Dwiggins, chief strategy officer with Realty World Northern California and Nevada, provided dozens of mobile application and Web site ideas to attendees at Inman News' Agent Reboot on Wednesday in San Diego. Agent Reboot is a series of one-day conferences nationwide that highlight the latest marketing and technology trends. Among some of the apps Dwiggins highlighted included: 1. Gist: Pull together all your contacts from your address book, inboxes, and social networks to (1 comments)
Last-Minute Summer Home Maintenance Tips - 08/26/10 08:46 PM
The summer's not over yet. And while there's still time for some fun in the sun, this is also a good time to think about some last-minute maintenance that is sure to help you increase the longevity of your home and reduce energy costs.Here are some tips from Andy Rathke, a former commercial and residential real estate and construction executive who now runs a HandyPro handyman franchise in Charlotte, NC.Roof and Attic Ventilation and Insulation:Make sure attic, soffit and roof vents are running, open and clear of debris to allow proper ventilation. Properly ventilated and insulated attics reduce heating and cooling (1 comments)
Since the housing boom ended and the market began to shift, the phrase “going back to basics” has been tossed around quite frequently. From the way agents handle their business to the way they communicate with clients, the phrase has gotten quite the workout. But what about consumers? They were caught up in the housing boom as well…with homes selling in a day, sometimes a few hours. Getting back to basics seems like something simple that sellers should look at as well. It might just mean the difference between selling within a month and selling within a year. Here are (1 comments)
Have you ever had one of those panicky moments right before you were about to address a group? Whether it’s two, 20 or 200 people, it’s easy to understand why people have trouble speaking in public. For this, Toastmasters offers 10 ways how you can control your butterflies and get more comfortable giving presentations:1. Know your material. Pick a topic you are interested in. Know more about it than you include in your speech. Use humor, personal stories and conversational language – that way you won’t easily forget what to say. 2. Practice. Practice. Practice! Rehearse out loud with all (2 comments)
An additional set of new regulations from the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act recently became law. Like previous changes, these new rules are designed to protect consumers by adding clarity and transparency to interactions between card issuers and holders. However, as these new rules take away revenue opportunities for card companies, issuers are raising other fees or creating new ones to compensate. Money resource Bills.com cautions consumers to be aware of the new rules and also learn how to avoid new fees. “Unfortunately, one of the unintended consequences of these new regulations is that consumers must be (2 comments)
For centuries, the bamboo plant has been viewed as a natural wonder by cultures across Asia. It is the fastest growing plant on earth; some species of bamboo grow as much as four feet a day. In America, bamboo is fast becoming a popular flooring option. The benefits of choosing bamboo over traditional wood flooring are vast. Bamboo is stronger, harder and more stable than many types of hardwood flooring. Bamboo actually expands and contracts 50 percent less than oak flooring. Besides its beauty, one of the greatest advantages of using bamboo is that it is ecologically sound. Bamboo is (3 comments)
When selling your home, the goal is to sell it quickly for the highest price while investing as little as possible in renovations. With a limited budget and a little effort, you can greatly increase your home's appeal by focusing on what prospective buyers can see on their first visit. The experts at BuyOwner.com offer the following recommendations for preparing a house for sale and staging it for showings. Tip #1: Refresh the exteriorFirst impressions count when it comes to selling a home. Most buyers won’t even leave their car if they don’t find the exterior appealing. The best ways (4 comments)
Do You Know the Red Flags of Mortgage Fraud? - 08/22/10 06:04 PM
Mortgage fraud is not going away any time soon. The FBI has been working with bureaus of investigation in states that recently passed residential mortgage fraud acts to stay abreast of the latest fraud tactics.The FBI has found that fraudsters are evolving new ways to take advantage of others and hide their intent. For this reason, anyone involved in the mortgage industry needs to be educated on the red flags of possible mortgage fraud, such as those outlined below:Flipping vs. Serial Flipping:A fraudulent flip is one that erroneously increases the value of the property by using an inflated appraised value. If (3 comments)
All Kelsey Murrell wanted was a meal with her mom, a brief break from her University of Kansas sophomore stress. She was looking for dinner out and coffee — two loves they share — in her hometown, Kearney, Mo. But the 45-minute drive was too much for Murrell last October; she had studying and work to do at her dorm. So she stayed in Lawrence, Kan. As the resident assistant of her dorm, she worked the front desk, where care packages frequently came in. Then one day, a small box arrived with her name. Its contents — a mug, some (0 comments)
Faced with the realities of the foreclosure crisis, nonprofit homebuilder Habitat for Humanity is adding a piece of equipment in its tool chest: a sledgehammer. After decades of rallying volunteers to build new houses for low-income families, the international nonprofit’s Orlando chapter has started using federal funds to purchase and rehab older houses vacated by owners who could not pay their mortgages. “Unfortunately, this is part of the foreclosure crisis,” said Dee Danmeyer, executive director of Orlando Habitat for Humanity. “We’re trying to do something good with what’s happened here. … This is definitely new for Central Florida.” Bruce Stephens (2 comments)
Fed: Give Borrowers Time to Change Their Minds - 08/18/10 06:47 PM
The Federal Reserve released a proposal Monday to give mortgage applicants three days to change their minds.The proposal was part of a 930-page document that clarifies and finalizes the new financial reform law. The Fed’s document says that for closed-end loans secured by real property or a dwelling, a creditor must:• “Refund any appraisal or other fees paid by the consumer (other than a credit report fee), if the consumer decides not to proceed with a closed-end mortgage transaction within three business days of receiving the early disclosures (fees imposed after this three-day period would not be refundable); and• “Disclose the (1 comments)
Is your deck, balcony or patio ready to party this upcoming Labor Day? According to the Home Safety Council, 83 percent of all American homes have some sort of outdoor living space such as deck, porch, patio or balcony. But an estimated 20 million decks nationwide may be in danger of collapse.In the last 15 years, more than 900 people have been injured, and at least 20 people killed by deck disasters in the United States, the nonprofit council reports.Here are five signs that your deck may need attention:1. Missing connections: Most decks are designed to last 10 to 15 (1 comments)
The Year of the Short Sale: 7 Tips to Finding Your New Home at Discount - 08/18/10 07:06 AM
Real estate professionals nationwide are calling 2010 “the year of the short sale,” where homeowners who owe more on their properties than what they are worth sell at deeply discounted prices—with the blessing of their lender. Here is how to go about successfully buying a short sale: 1. Search for short sale propertiesMost short sales are listed by real estate agents. You will find these listings on local websites and in MLS feeds. Some lenders have complained about advertising that identifies the home as a short sale, because the lenders feel it puts them at a disadvantage when it comes to (1 comments)
The housing bust has made owning a home a lot more affordable -- but in some places, prices are extraordinary; you can buy a nice condo for less than the cost of a new family car. Some cities have dozens of attractive condominium listings selling for $50,000 or $25,000. There are some selling for less than a new Toyota Corolla. And these are not derelict hovels in crime-ridden communities: These homes are often in move-in condition and located in nice neighborhoo
"Not to sound like a salesman, but there are some real bargains out there," said Kevin Berman, a (1 comments)
3 Tips for Cheap Kitchen Remodel More families are spending time in kitchen and with popularity of cooking shows; more individuals are preparing gourmet meals. They have become the center stage for home life and entertainment. They are no longer a closed off room where food is prepared and then brought to another room. You do not need to spend tons of money or remodel your kitchen completely to get a new kitchen. According to CNN Money if you shelved plans for that $50,000 kitchen remodeling until the economic recovery actually starts to feel like a recovery, then the following (2 comments)
The Eyes Have It - 08/13/10 08:57 PM
It has been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. While this may or may not be true, it's sure that good vision and eye health is very important. To ensure your eyes are at their best, visit your eye doctor at least once a year. You should also protect your eyes from harmful UV rays by wearing sunglasses when spending time outdoors; wear goggles when playing sports or doing home improvement projects. Another essential part of eye care is eating a balanced diet; vitamin A is especially important for good eye health. If your eyes are feeling (2 comments)
Stress is a funny thing. Do you think you hide your emotions well? When you're stressed your family can pick up on the clues very quickly. Did you know that customers and total strangers can pick up on this too? Total strangers can see it on your face and hear it in the tone of your voice. How can you effectively deal with the stresses that are natural in your daily life? Zelda Greenberg, known as the Bounce Back Guru, offers her tips for coping with stress. Focus on the things that are your priorities not everyone else's. Concentrate (2 comments)
Government to Spend $3 Billion to Help Homeowners - 08/12/10 06:31 PM
The White House on Wednesday said it would spend an additional $3 billion to help distressed homeowners in the states with the highest jobless rates to pay their mortgages.The latest round of funding pushes the total federal commitment up to $4.1 billion. The government already runs two other programs to help homeowners modify existing mortgages or make their monthly payments. The White House is authorized to spend up to $50 billion to help homeowners under the Troubled Asset Relief Program originally created by the Bush administration to bail out Wall Street.So far, existing government programs designed to help people to stay (0 comments)
Making More Out of Space: 24 Rooms in a 350-Square-Foot Apartment? - 08/11/10 03:44 PM
Hong Kong architect Gary Chang doesn’t sacrifice any square inch of his tiny, 350-square-foot apartment. He’s found a way to turn it into a home office, master bedroom, kitchen, guest room, media center, and more…in just 350 square feet. Chang designed what he’s nicknamed the “domestic transformer” and has shown how a smart design style can truly make the tiniest spaces contain all you ever need. The rooms in Chang’s 350-square-foot space are created by sliding walls that reveal new spaces and functions. Up to 24 new spaces can be created. For example, where you see a wall in the living (2 comments)
Vacant-Home Owners Should Assess Insurance - 08/11/10 02:58 PM
Clients whose homes sit vacant and on the market for many months should contact their insurance agents and arrange for a policy that will protect an unoccupied property. Sticking with a standard home owners policy could leave them vulnerable to liability lawsuits. Some policies also exclude coverage for fire damage if the property has been unoccupied for a specified number of days. The home owner can expect to pay a higher premium. Source: USA Today (0 comments)
You don't have to belong to a gym or buy expensive home gym equipment to get a beneficial workout. To improve your health and fitness, all you really need is a pair of good athletic shoes and some common household items. Remember to begin any workout by stretching thoroughly. Cardiovascular Conditioning - any aerobic activity can provide a workout opportunity. Walking, running, hiking, biking, swimming or playing sports like tennis, softball, even golf can raise your heartrate. Chores like cutting grass with a push mower, vacuuming the carpet, carrying groceries or a laundry basket can be great exercise. Even playing (6 comments)
10 Steps to Win Over Sellers - 08/09/10 10:33 AM
Helping eager buyers get the home of their dreams isn’t so easy in this unsettled market. Here are 10 tips for making sure sellers won’t turn up their nose at an offer:1. Make sure the buyers are pre-approved for a mortgage (not to be confused with being pre-qualified) so they can close in about 10 days.2. Study the buyer. Have they made an offer on another home or are they working against any other kind of deadline?3. Make a clean offer – no requests for help with closing costs or other contingencies.4. Include an automatic escalation clause – say $500 over (1 comments)
Some men are still little boys at heart and a "man-cave" is his secret hideout, superhero lair and arcade all rolled into one. But no matter what his interests are, there's a den that's just right for him. Here are some ideas to help you design the perfect den: The sports fan - there are many items that can be used to decorate a sports-themed cave, like Fathead® wall graphics (fathead.com), memorabilia and games like shuffleboard, air hockey and foosball. But the things that any fan must have are a comfortable recliner and a big-screen television. The musician - whether (2 comments)
Fresh Prince of Kennett Square - 08/08/10 11:44 AM
By Matt Amis <!-- <div class="posted">Aug 2, 2010 - 11:11 AM</div> --> I keep two running lists of restaurants. One list is made up of restaurants I “need” to visit for work purposes; places I’m either reviewing or writing about. The other list is a tally of places I want to visit on my own tab and for my own enjoyment. For a long time, Nick Farrell’s Sovana Bistro has topped that second list. Farrell and his crew are the O.G.s of farm-to-table cuisine in this region (before the trend blew the heck up), and I was lucky enough to experience (1 comments)
It's a shocking statistic: About 47 percent of early baby boomers and 44.5 percent of Generation Xers — age 36 to 45 — are on course to run short of money for basic living expenses like food and electricity in retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute.Will you be among them? Taking a glimpse into your future now will help you make sure you don't end up wondering how to pay the cable bill in your 70s.If you started putting about 10 percent of your annual salary into a 401(k) or IRA in your 20s, and keep doing it (3 comments)
With so much uncertainty in the current economic climate, one thing’s for sure: protecting your financial health is a top priority. For some who may have lost their jobs—or may know someone who has—there’s a lot to consider. From health insurance to your plans for retirement, read these tips from Family Wealth Management Group, LLC to help protect your assets and financial future.-- Evaluate your financial health. Review your income, expenses, assets and liabilities. Don't wait until your savings is depleted to alter your spending habits. Even if you have an emergency fund, pinching pennies now will help ensure that (0 comments)
You can't see radon. You can't smell it or taste it. But radon is estimated to cause many thousands of deaths each year, and it could be a problem in your home. Radon is a radioactive gas that is formed through the natural decay of uranium that is found in nearly all soils. It typically moves up through the ground, to the air and may enter your home in any of these ways: Cracks in floors Around construction joints Gaps around service pipes Cavities inside the walls Through the water supply Nearly one out of every 15 homes in the (2 comments)
Negotiating - in many cultures it's a way of life. It can become a method of building a relationship with clients as well. When you are working to close a sale, here are some ways you can better negotiate with your clients. Be aware that people often ask for more than they expect. Resist the temptation to automatically offer a discount or lower the price. Let your client negotiate and come to an acceptable agreement. Learn as much as possible about your customer. Tuning into your customers' needs will help you to best serve them. Ask questions that prompt conversation (0 comments)
As the U.S. housing market struggles to rebound, many homeowners are stuck with hard-to-sell properties longer than expected. Some frustrated home sellers who must relocate for a new job opportunity, want to downsize or simply want to buy a new place have left homes empty. Vacant or unoccupied homes can leave the homeowner exposed to loss and liability that may not be covered by their insurance, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).The Pending Home Sales Index, released today by the National Association of Realtors, dropped 2.6 percent to 75.7 based on contracts signed in June from 77.7 (1 comments)
Spending smarter on food is a great idea. Problem is, most supermarket-shopping strategies are overwhelming and time-consuming. Saving doesn’t have to be that hard. Start with a few techniques and watch your food spending plummet. The average American family of four spends $9,172 on food each year, according to the federal government’s Consumer Expenditure Survey. Cutting that total by just 20% using these tips saves you more than $1,800. Annette Economides, co-author of the upcoming book Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half and Stephanie Nelson, author of The Coupon Mom’s Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bills in Half to learn (0 comments)
As one of the only acceptable forms of physical contact in business situations, a handshake has the power to convey a wealth of information. A handshake that is too firm can seem overly-aggressive, yet a timid handshake can undermine your credibility. To give a hearty handshake, keep the following suggestions in mind: When beginning a handshake, make eye contact, stand if you are seated, extend your hand and grip the person's hand firmly so that the web of your thumbs meet. Shake a couple of times, moving from the elbow, not the shoulder. If you are holding a drink, keep (0 comments)
Home mortgage rates are currently near historic lows and have remained at these low levels for several months. As a result, many people are eager to refinance their current mortgage loan to lock in a low rate. For those in an adjustable rate mortgage, timing may never get any better to refinance out of your current mortgage and into a more conservative and consistent 15 or even 30 year mortgage loan.When deciding to refinance a home mortgage, be sure to understand the refinancing costs associated with doing so and then try to limit them as much as possible.Refinancing an existing (0 comments)
With increased awareness of our impact on the environment and advances in technology, options in solar power are more prevalent than ever before. As a fast-growing industry, home solar power is a respected resource and a prolific alternative to other energy sources. If you've resisted solar energy for your home because you think your only option are those ugly, obtrusive panels of yesteryear, think again. Today's options are plentiful and as versatile as your needs. Here are just a few ways you can incorporate solar energy into your home: Instead of solar panels, consider having photovoltaic (pv) shingles installed on (3 comments)
Dogs may be smarter than we think. According to a Marist poll, 80 percent of respondents said that dogs are more intelligent than commonly perceived. Not surprisingly, nearly nine out of 10 dog owners believe dogs' intelligence is underrated. What can we learn from dogs? Many of us work like dogs, but maybe we should try thinking like a dog too. Here are some secrets of contented living that most dogs follow - and more humans need to: Never pass up the chance to go for a ride. Always greet your loved ones enthusiastically, even if they've been gone for (2 comments)
The Beauty of Clean Carpeting - 08/02/10 10:12 AM
Whether you've recently had carpeting installed, moved into a new home that has carpeted floors or just want to keep your carpets looking their best for as long as possible, the following tips will help you care for your carpeting: Weekly vacuuming (more often in high-traffic areas) will not only help keep your carpets clean, it can add years to the life of your carpets. Place mats at each entrance to your home to catch soil and moisture carried in on shoes; be sure to clean the mats thoroughly and frequently so they don't become a source of soil. It is (3 comments)
If you enjoy do-it-yourself projects, there is one product that you simply must have ... WD-40®. In 1953, the Rocket Chemical Company and its staff of three set out to create a line of rust-preventing solvents and degreasers for use in the aerospace industry. On the 40th attempt, they figured out an effective Water Displacing formula and WD-40 was achieved. And what an achievement! The original formula is still in use today. In fact, it has many uses - more than 2,000. Here are just a few: Lubricates wheels on bicycles, lawnmowers and wagons so they turn easily and without (0 comments)
NCCo police to host events for National Night Out - 08/01/10 12:13 PM
The 27th Annual National Night Out will be Tuesday and New Castle County police will be participating at two locations. The yearly event focuses on crime prevention and drug awareness in local communities. Last year, 36 million people participated across the country. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., county police will be hosting 2010 Night Out events at Delcastle Parkland on McKennans Church Road in Milltown and Woodshaven Kruse Park on Darley Road in Claymont. The public is invited. The goal is to strengthen police-community partnerships and generate support for local anti-crime programs. The New Castle Police Advisory Councils and Crime (0 comments)
Kayla Martell, Miss Delaware 2010, will be featured on a 20/20 piece originally scheduled for the end of July but the date has been moved to August 6. Please support our official hostess at the newly scheduled time. (0 comments)
Incredible New Price! - 08/01/10 11:44 AM
Great opportunity to purchase a better than new home. This ia a beautiful renovation on quiet Newark cul-de-sac. Improvements include a completely new kitchen, new wood deck, new carpeting, and new roof. For added convenience the laundry room has been moved to the main floor. Relax after a hard day in front of the beautiful brick fireplace. A 2 car garage and huge fenced back yard make this a wonderful opportunity for any buyer to cherish for a long time. Come visit today.
14 Octave Court, Newark, Delaware, 19713 Now $ 234,900
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