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Mold in Front-Load Washing Machines - 10/31/09 12:45 PM
See Stacey's great blog below. She's absolutely right, I've talked to several people in Oregon and Minnesota who have front-load washing machines and they're experiencing the same kind of problems.
Via Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh (Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc): We bought our new front loading washing machine about 2 years ago. In the past year I have begun to notice a musty odor coming from the machine. I have a strong sense of smell so I am always smelling things that nobody else is smelling so I ignored it. Eventually I begun to notice that the towels in the (1 comments)
We Are Americans! - 10/30/09 09:19 PM
We Are Americans! Where Is Our Economy Headed? One day we're up, the next day we're plunging downward. Why? I really think that the government is so anxious to prove its' doing the job that every positive note is being blown way out of proportion. The news media seizes any opportunity to have something new to say that they blow things even bigger. Then, the truth comes out and oh no! Back in the sewer again! We need to keep reading between the lines. It is perfectly normal every Fall and Winter for things to slow down. It's also normal every (5 comments)
Updating Kitchens and Bathrooms, Grants Pass Oregon - 10/30/09 07:16 PM
Updating Kitchens and Bathrooms, Grants Pass Oregon Kitchens and bathrooms, a woman's preference. If you're preparing to invest money to upgrade your home with a future sale in mind, make sure you spend wisely! Updating Kitchens and Bathrooms are your best bets. With most women, I think the kitchen is likely the first concern and then the bathrooms.
This kitchen if built today, rathen than five years ago would most likely have slab granite counter tops. My last home had beautiful tile throughout, but when we went to buy our current home my wife said "it's slab granite or nothing!" (1 comments)
Homes With Acreage For Sale In Cave Junction Oregon - 10/30/09 07:10 PM
Homes With Acreage For Sale In Cave Junction Oregon Cave Junction is only a scant thirty minutes from Grants Pass in the heart of the beautiful Illinois Valley. The Illinois Valley was originally named by one of the early settlers as it reminded them of home. Those of us who move here from larger cities are used to spending anywhere from a half hour to a couple of hours twice a day just to go to work and back. After awhile living here, we tend to think fifteen minutes is a long drive to anywhere. I just sold a lovely home (0 comments)
Home Buyer Tax Credit Extension - Grants Pass, Oregon - 10/29/09 12:20 PM
Home buyer Tax Credit Extension - Grants Pass, Oregon I just received word from U.S. Congressman Greg Walden that he and 164 of his colleagues sent a letter to speaker Nancy Pelosi and minority leader Boehner urging a Home Buyer Tax Credit extension.
Congressman Walden went on to say the national average home prices are down 15 percent and in some parts of Oregon even lower than that. The Home Buyer Tax Credit program so far has seen over 357,000 home buyers take advantage of it. The current program is scheduled to expire November 30,2009.
Real Estate Ownership in Oregon - 10/29/09 12:18 PM
Real Estate Ownership in Oregon Because of the many terms we see every day and take for granted, I thought perhaps a quick explanation might be helpful for the home buyers and sellers in Oregon. In the state of Oregon, you may hold title: As an INDIVIDUAL - Married or not, the spouse has no rights in the property. TENANTS BY THE ENTIRETY - Married couple - survivor inherits automatically. TENANTS IN COMMON - Two or more persons, unmarried. Each owner with an equal and undivided interest in the entire property. ENTITY - A recognized legal entity, (LLC or Corporation, for example.) REGISTERED (0 comments)
Why hire a Property Manager? - 10/29/09 12:16 PM
Debbie's Property Management advice is great for people in Oregon as well. So many Oregonians rent out houses they own, but also leave the state for a dryer winter climate. Via Debbie Mitchell (Texas Sold Team Realty LLC): Do you own a home in the Dallas/Ft Worth area, but have moved out of state? Does managing your own property take up too much of your time? Maybe you just don't want to deal with your tenant(s) directly? Or perhaps you are not familar with the legalities of a lease or how to enforce the Lease. I am always asked why hire a property (0 comments)
A reminder to Oregonians Facing Foreclosure that we have new rights under Senate Bill 628 which passed September 28, 2009. This law REQUIRES lenders to meet with borrowers Facing Foreclosure.
Oregonians who receive a foreclosure notice should call their lender to set up a meeting to discuss loan modification. The notice should have a modification request form with it. Any questions you have may be answered by calling 1 (800) SAFENET and ask to speak with a "nonprofit foreclosure counselor." Act right away though, if you are Facing Foreclosure, as you only have 30 (1 comments)
Homes For Rent Grants Pass Oregon - 10/27/09 12:46 AM
Homes For Rent Grants Pass Oregon When seeking Homes For Rent in Grants Pass, you can't go wrong with Paul and his great staff at Grants Pass Property Management. They can be reached at (541) 476-8967. They have a wide selection of Homes For Rent, as well as a selection of condos and apartments. We rented a nice home through them a year ago while looking for a home to purchase. They deliver on what they promise and you can take the pressure off making a "too quick" decision on a purchase when the movers are coming.
Cathedral Hills Park has a large acreage on its' top and sides where you can hike, ride horses or bike, but you can't drive there. There are parking areas as different entrances where you may leave your vehicle and trails lead to the top and wind all over Cathedral Hills Park which is surrounded by private residences.
This park is even more beautiful in the fall. We heard the wild turkeys in the Madrones, Oaks and Manzanitas below us (1 comments)
Via Deena Cottingham, Home Stager & Photographer (GreenApple Staging & Images, Calgary Staging & Photography): Last time, we talked about the value of having good artwork to help sell a home. I promised that this time we'd talk about what that good artwork is. In thinking through this topic, though, I felt it was important to first insert a discussion about what that good artwork is not. (Sometimes that can matter more! Anyone know what I mean?)
First of all, let me say upfront that sometimes "rules" (or what are "guidelines", really ;-)), are meant to be broken. For every instance (0 comments)
Via Deena Cottingham, Home Stager & Photographer (GreenApple Staging & Images, Calgary Staging & Photography): One thing I have noticed in viewing a lot of homes is that most people struggle in the area of artwork. Often it is kind of dated, kind of inexpensive looking (dare I say . . . cheap), and kind of small. Well, all that, and kind of personal, too. As a stager and real estate photographer, I am continually trying to educate home owners about the value of having the appropriate artwork as a selling tool. The right artwork can accomplish many things when selling a home. Creating (0 comments)
Via Ken Cook, FHA Home Loans 678-439-8683: Ancient Mortgage Proverb: No deal is ever 100% certain until the loan is completely paid off. There exists a chasm in communication, familiarity and point of view between agents and loan officers. Sometimes we try to act like it does not exist and we really wish it was not so. I know this chasm exists, just as you do for many reasons, because I have had real estate agents - very good agents - try to convert to loan officer at my companies and I have seen this chasm immediately appear. Sales are fairly and (0 comments)
This area of Southern Oregon caters to retirees. We do not have a state sales tax! Josephine County has some of the lowest property taxes in the state! Grants Pass appeals to people from all over the country because of our mild climate. Okay, so what don't we have? We don't have tornadoes, hurricanes, or high crime rates, or traffic jams, or long commutes, or smog, or tons of snow. I could go on and on about what we don't have, but you get the point-- We don't have stress! (4 comments)
Lake Selmac near Selma Oregon - 10/25/09 01:32 PM
Lake Selmac near Selma Oregon Along the Redwood Highway, a pleasant half hour from Grants Pass, or a few minutes from Cave Junction takes you to a place where humans are accepted but not feared. Lake Selmac is another of Josephine County's parks and the only "lake park" in the county.
You'd better have your vehicle plates up to date because Mother Goose has a patrol to check you into the park at Lake Selmac.
The geese and ducks came to greet the visitors in droves.
Next time we'll have to remember to bring them (0 comments)
Deer Hunting in Grants Pass Oregon - 10/23/09 07:57 PM
Deer Hunting in Grants Pass Oregon The opening of deer season started a short time ago in Southern Oregon and on one of our back country trips we met a deer hunter who hadn't even seen any sign all day. As we came back into the edge of Grants Pass that is posted against hunting, the deer were all over the place!
This buck ran from one yard to the other, and effortlessly leaped this four foot fence, with a doe right after him.
On this day Deer Huntingwas best done by camera. This little gal decided not (1 comments)
Halloween Trick or Treating from Grants Pass Oregon - 10/23/09 06:58 PM
Halloween Trick or Treating from Grants Pass Oregon Halloween is just around the corner, so I'd like to share this great JibJab sendables with everyone. Just click on the JibJab sendable below, see me and my dogs and Mr. Kitty too! You can make your own by going to http://sendables.jibjab.com/view/B2H4fjKRJbMcvv1N. It's free and it's fun. It appears that for a small fee, you can download it to your computer, download it to Powerpoint, upload it to YouTube, etc. Try JibJab Sendables® eCards today! So don't forget all those ghosts and goblins, because Halloween Trick or Treating is coming soon.
Relocate to Southern Oregon - 10/22/09 09:17 PM
Relocate to Southern Oregon WE DON'T WANT YOU IN OUR STATE! That was the message from Oregons' governor, Tom McCall. If I remember correctly, it was about 1970 at the national governors' conference. He shocked the nation! Governor McCall made national news, when he said to the world, "We welcome you to visit our state, but please don't plan to move here."
A disturbing message to me as I sat watching that speech from my home in Arlington Heights, IL, since I had already decided to Relocate to Oregon. A few months later I entered the state along the Lewis (0 comments)
Via John Thomas (Primary Residential Mortgage Inc.): 10 Deadly Mistakes Buyers Make When Purchasing a Home 1) Making an offer on a home without being prequalified. 2) Not having a home inspection. 3) Limiting your search to open houses, ads or the internet. 4) Choosing a real estate agent who is not committed to forming a strong business relationship with you. 5) Thinking there is only one perfect house out there. 6) Not considering long-term needs. 7) Not examining insurance issues. 8) Not buying a home protection plan. 9) Not knowing total costs involved in buying a home. 10) Not following through (1 comments)
Illinois River Near Grants Pass Oregon - 10/22/09 12:13 AM
Illinois River Near Grants Pass Oregon The fall is an excellent time to explore the banks of the now tame, scenic wonder Illinois River.
The Illinois River courses through the mountains on its' way to join the mighty Rogue River where they become one awesome force of nature.
You can see where the high water line is by the rock coloration and by the barely visible dirt banks across the meadow where the trees start, and by the logs, left high and dry when last Springs' levels receded.
The Crashing Home Values in Oregon homes have had a devastating effect on our economy as we all know, but what about the underlying Gremlin that is tipping us even further into the real estate depression? The Crashing Home Values have caused massive short sales and foreclosures, but the Gremlin that I speak of is the Gremlin of despair. Take the family who purchased their home in 2005 or 2006, paid all the money in the world, as everyone was doing then! The way home values in Oregon were going, you just knew (1 comments)
Feng Shui Home Staging for Grants Pass, Oregon - 10/21/09 10:04 AM
Feng Shui Home Staging for Grants Pass, Oregon You don't need to believe in Feng Shui, pronounced fung′-shway′, but using Feng Shui Home Staging when selling your home just may help you sell it faster, which may also translate to selling your home for more money. Feng Shui Home Staging uses the placement of objects to create positive energy, harmony and a feeling of well-being in your home. Feng shui means "wind water", and the theory is to live in harmony with nature. It is believed to have began in China's West Han dynasty in the third century B.C. Some of the simple things (5 comments)
Geology on the Illinois River Near Grants Pass Oregon - 10/20/09 11:48 AM
Geology on the Illinois River Near Grants Pass Oregon On the east fork of the Illinois River just a short distance from where the East and West forks join. We keep coming back to this now gentle agua serpent because there's so much to see in the way of Geology on the Illinois River when the water's down as it is here.
The shapes created by tons of rushing water over the years are incredible. Here are two rock shapes that were a long ways off the cliff we were walking on. The first one appeared to be some piece of a roof structure (0 comments)
Note the smoothed rocks overhead which means the normal flow is well over where I'm standing.
Soon the mountains will fill with snow and rain and this river will fill once more to its' raging glory. Little Falls on the Illinois River is not as spectacular as other falls, but the sheer beauty surrounding it is well worth the pleasant trip down the well maintained trails.
To (0 comments)
Home Buyer Tax Credit affects Grants Pass Oregon - 10/17/09 07:07 PM
Home Buyer Tax Credit affects Grants Pass Oregon I have received a response from United States Senator Jeff Merkley to a letter I sent requesting an extension of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
The ARRA increased the tax credit to $8,000 for home purchases between January 1st 2009 and December 1st 2009. Senator Merkley reminded me that the pending Senate bill S1678 will extend the current Home Buyer Tax Credit up to June 1st 2010. Senate bill S1230 is called the "Capitalized Home Buyer's Tax Credit Act," and will extend the Home Buyer Tax Credit for another year. (0 comments)
Radio Controlled Jet Planes - Grants Pass, Oregon - 10/16/09 09:47 PM
Radio Controlled Jet Planes - Grants Pass, Oregon Talk about a great hobby, and talk about a great place to practice it - Grants Pass, Oregon. Flying Radio Controlled Jet Planes requires a lot better weather to practice this hobby in than you find in a lot of the country, but here, in Southern Oregon we have the most ideal flying conditions. There are so many sunshiny days, and even our winters are perfect for outdoor activities.
It wasn't that many years ago that remote controlled planes were all just limited to small gas engines and propellers. Now these Radio (1 comments)
Firearms in Grants Pass - 10/16/09 07:17 PM
Firearms in Grants Pass When I arrived in Grants Pass last year I already knew what the attitude was toward private citizens owning handguns. This place reminds me of my hometown in Minnesota, where people take you at face value until you prove otherwise. Since I have shot Firearms for over 50 years, I will not live anywhere that violates my second amendment rights, so I immediately set out to find a local gun shop that I could trust, and I found it.
Fox Firearms is a small, super-friendly company that will take care of all your shooting needs. They (2 comments)
Best Burgers in Grants Pass, Oregon - 10/16/09 06:57 PM
Best Burgers in Grants Pass, Oregon It's no contest, Jimmy's Classic Drive-In has the Best Burgers! They are always juicy, they always use fresh ingredients, and will cook it just the way you want it.
My favorite burger is the "Buffalo Bill," a 1/3 pound buffalo burger with Jimmy's homemade sauce, mustard, ketchup, tomato, pickle and lettuce. My wife's favorite is the "Earth Angel," a Gardenburger with homemade sauce, lettuce, tomato and pickle. She's a vegetarian, although I have seen her sneak a "GTO," a BLT on grilled Sourdough before. Whether you order what we like or one of their (1 comments)
I'd love to show you this move-in ready 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home For Sale. This lovely home is in immaculate condition. It features 2,368 square feet of living space on .23 acres. This 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home For Sale also has an office, huge family room that includes a professional pocket billiard table, vaulted great room with a gourmet kitchen with tile counter tops and eating bar. This home features extensive maple flooring and custom made window coverings. The many large windows allow mountain (1 comments)
A lovely 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home For Sale just minutes from Grants Pass, Oregon located in the City of Rogue River. This 2,368 square foot home was built in 2004 and sits on a generous .23 acre lot at the end of a quiet street. Large picture windows abound in this 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home For Sale, with views of majestic mountains and hills in every direction.
As you enter the elegant foyer, you'll notice the abundance (1 comments)
3 Bedroom Foreclosures For Sale, Grants Pass, Oregon - 10/15/09 05:03 PM
3 Bedroom Foreclosures For Sale, Grants Pass, Oregon Times are tough, and we all want to get good value for our money, and that is certainly true when buying a home. In fact, we want great value, and buying a foreclosed home is a terrific way to do that!
As I am writing this, there are 45 active foreclosed homes for sale in Grants Pass, and 56 in Josephine County, Oregon. Of the 45 in Grants Pass, 23 of them are 3 Bedroom Foreclosures For Sale, currently priced between $60,000 and $450,000. They range in size from 970 to 3324 interior square feet, and .11 and 10.1 acre lot sizes, (0 comments)
How To Properly Price Your Home, Grants Pass, Oregon - 10/15/09 04:46 PM
How To Properly Price Your Home, Grants Pass, Oregon So how do you pick a price that will sell your home fast and still not be too low? It's kind of like "Goldilocks and the three bears!" You must pick a price that is "not too high" so it won't sell, "not too low" so it sells too fast and leaves money on the table, but it must be "just right" so it sells quickly but gets the maximum dollars.
It does seem like a fairy tale; so How To Properly Price Your Home. First of all, if you have (0 comments)
Here's another great reason to move to Grants Pass, OR.
Scenery like this in many parts of our country would cost you a bundle to enjoy. Here, it is free! All we ask is for you to take whatever you bring with you, back out when you leave, so others may enjoy the beauty without litter and the scars of man.
This is the Hellgate Canyon where John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn fought the bad guys in the movie "Rooster Cogburn." My one regret is that I didn't accept the invitation (0 comments)
The Savage Rapids Dam in Grants Pass, OR is no more. It stood since 1921, but Oregon's needs changed and she no longer needed the dam. Besides that, recent studies by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife and the United States Fish and Wildlife have in the last two years come up with new statistics on the harm being done to our native salmon and steel-head by dams. I remember all these last 39 years I have lived in Oregon, seeing them dump millions of hatchery fish into our rivers each year to (0 comments)
Drop off a vehicle down from where you want to start, go upstream to a good drop off area, and you'll wind you way through some of the world's most majestic scenery.
It looks so different from the river.
Be ready though, because the scene can change in the matter of a few short minutes, from tranquil to "keep the bow pointed downstream!"
"Look out for that rock!"
"Okay, we made it."
Move to Grants Pass, OR - 10/10/09 08:52 PM
Move to Grants Pass, OR Have you wondered what it would be like to work in Grants Pass, OR?
As I sit here in my second floor office, I can see mountains.
If I walk across the building, I can see mountains. If I go to the other two sides of the office building, I can see mountains.
When I first arrived here, I had not remembered that no matter where you look, you can see beautiful scenery. Having lived in larger cities most of my adult life, it is a pleasure to look around and see something (0 comments)
Move to Grants Pass, OR - 10/10/09 08:32 PM
Move to Grants Pass, OR The city of Grants Pass lies in the beautiful Rogue River Valley about 60 miles north of Oregons' border with California. Records show the name Grant was chosen for the new town to honor General Ulysses S. Grant for his victory at Vicksburg in 1863 in our Civil War.
Since Oregon already had a town of Grant, the US Postal department made them choose another, so it was named Grants' Pass. Yes, with the apostrophe which eventually disappeared. From a town that originally was located at the site of a stage stop, namd Louse Creek, (0 comments)
Another reason to move to Southern Oregon - 10/09/09 01:48 PM
Another reason to move to Southern Oregon Near Gold Beach on Oregon's southern coast are numerous beaches that seldom, if every, see human footprints. Many secluded coves and hidden inlets await the explorer who has time to search. A very low population due to this area being so remote from any industrialized areas of the state leaves vast open spaces to the summer tourists.
When people travel to scenic destinations, they will try to see as much as possible in a limited allowed time. With so much to take in, there are many areas the lie virtually undisturbed.
A beautiful reason to move to Grants Pass, OR - 10/09/09 11:24 AM
A beautiful reason to move to Grants Pass, OR A two hour drive from Grants Pass, OR leads you to the breathtaking Oregon coast and the town of Brookings-Harbor, Oregon. From here northward are considered to be the most beautiful beaches in the entire state.
Views of the striking Pacific ocean are plentiful and are protected from unsightly development my the state owning and maintaining numerous parks and waysides.
You can sit and watch the ever changing kaleidoscope of green to blue waves as they plunge over the soft sands of our magnificent southern coast. (2 comments)
AT YOUR SERVICE WHEN MOVING TO GRANTS PASS, OR - 10/08/09 10:26 PM
AT YOUR SERVICE WHEN MOVING TO GRANTS PASS, OR As your agent, I am at your service when moving to Grants Pass, OR. Whatever your specific needs are, I will fill them. For example, if you're looking for a modest home in a small subdivision, near the water, I can find it for you.
When selecting your home, I'll keep you out of the flood zones.
And I'll make sure that you're sitting high and dry!
When it comes to assisting you in other matters, I can refer you to the proper people. If you (0 comments)
Going Rogue! - From Grants Pass, OR - 10/04/09 05:52 PM
Going Rogue! - From Grants Pass, OR (no, not Sarah Palin's book) The Rogue River was born in Oregon's Cascade Mountains in what is now Crater Lake National Park. It grew up along a winding path through the rugged mountains to the blue Pacific Ocean. It's childhood was a rough one, and it matured with a reputation for being both beautiful and unpredictable, and above all, extremely wild.
The Rogue River is aptly named after the Native American Tribes that lived in its valleys. French Canadians employed by the Hudson's Bay Company, named the area Natives "Coquins," which is French for "Rogue," (1 comments)
Moving to Grants Pass, OR and Josephine County, OR - 10/04/09 02:10 PM
Moving to Grants Pass, OR and Josephine County, OR A great place to research the history of Grants Pass and Josephine County is the Josephine County Historical Society. It is staffed by local citizens who volunteer because of a love for the area and can always use help. They have a wealth of knowledge about the area and are truly public spirited, dedicated individuals who watch over an invaluable public trust. Anyone who moves to Grants Pass, OR and Josephine County, OR does so because they want to! No one moves to such a beautiful country because they have no other (0 comments)
A Great Bookstore for those Moving to Grants Pass and Southern Oregon - 10/04/09 01:37 PM
A Great Bookstore for those Moving to Grants Pass and Southern Oregon A must stop for newcomvers to the Grants Pass and Southern Oregonarea is a small, but well-stocked store with the name Oregonbooks. Here you can find books on all interests pertinent to Southern Oregon from history, exploration, geography, geology, fishing, gold mining, golf, wilderness areas, hiking and the magnificent Rogue River. This store is a must stop for anyone moving to Grants Pass and Southern Oregon. Moving to Southern Oregon is an adventure. When my wife and I moved here, we immediately fell into studying the area. It's like (1 comments)
We men always hear it but how much does it affect our Real Estate business? I think a great deal. Has your receptionist ever received a call where the caller wants to speak to a female Realtor? If you don't know by now, you're missing the boat, because I can promise you it happens all the time. Men don't listen! So what happens when a man is on "floor time" and a call like that comes in? Most offices have certain times when one person receives all customer calls and walk-ins, during their "floor time." Now if this (5 comments)
Saturn: The Death of GM's Unwanted Offspring - 10/01/09 06:41 PM
Saturn: The Death of GM's Unwanted Offspring -- Most people don't remember it, but Saturn was created as a means of preventing massive lawsuits! Years ago, when General Motors was in its' heyday, there was a huge demand among its dealers and investors to expand. G.M., as I recall, made committments and signed dealer agreements with many of its mega-dealers and other wealthy investors with promises of a new vehicle to be produced. I believe it was after a super-long period of promises and with threats of lawsuits that lasted over nine years that G.M. dare not wait any longer. With (0 comments)
Home For Sale In Grants Pass, OR - 10/01/09 06:25 PM
Home For Sale In Grants Pass, OR - Another happy California transplant just made a terrific buy on a beautiful five acre hilltop home in Grants Pass, Oregons picturesque Colonial Valley. Where deer and wild turkeys greet you every day. At $182,500 this is just another example of why Grants Pass, OR is the destination city of Southern Oregon. What are you waiting for? Give me a call (541) 441-4410 and I'll find you a teriffic Home For Sale In Grants Pass, OR. Please click here to visit my website to look at the multiple listings for Grants Pass, OR and all the (2 comments)
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