how to: September issue of the real estate advisor from Tony Barone - 09/08/11 12:37 AM


how to: Getting Through the Big Move-- Real Estate Advisor: May 2011 - 05/06/11 02:58 PM
Cut Back -  Moving can be a difficult task. Don't make it more work than necessary by moving furniture, clothing, art or other belongings that you don't actually want or need anymore. Look for opportunities to de-clutter your life and get rid of excess possessions. Hand it Down: Tell your friends and family you're paring down possessions. You'll feel better, and it'll be easier giving up that expensive couch or antique bureau if you know your best friend will make good use of it. Yard Sale: The tried and true yard sale can help you get rid of things you … (1 comments)

how to: Moving? Free Tips - 03/11/11 10:15 AM
If you're in the early stages of relocating to a new community you probably have many questions. It can be hard to know where to begin. That's why I've compiled a short list of tips that can help you remember key steps to a successful relocation.Tip#1: Start Early While time constraints are often beyond your control, it's critical to get the ball rolling as soon as you become aware of the future move. If you currently own a home, you should begin the selling process. If renting, you need to check with your landlord regarding the status of your lease and … (5 comments)

how to: Clever marketing with symbols - 10/14/10 01:47 AM
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how to: Beauty all natural - 06/16/10 07:08 AM
 this flower is called the Ginger torch and is particular to Tropical climates. if anyone is looking to impress with Lanscaping in an area that can suppurt these plants; I highly suggest them
These flowers are incredible when they are in Bloom, the seeds look like nuts that contain smaller seeds, just great looking stuff

how to: Tips on closing your Pool - 11/22/08 01:24 AM
Ideally, your closing starts a week before you actually get down to putting the cover on. Get your water balanced chemically first. That week allows you to do this.On closing day: Vac the pool and drain it to just below the pool returns. They are typically the lowest point in the system. When drained to that point, add in a winterizing chemical kit (most pool shops sell them), they typically contain an algaecide, shock and sequestering agent . Remove ladders and rails. You may remove the diving board if you wish, or cover it in opaque plastic sheet and secure it. … (1 comments)

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how to: Cleaning a Flat-screen TV - 11/05/08 04:29 AM
 By now, your new flat-screen TV has probably become verry dirty. But don't be tempted to use the same methods you would to clean your tube TV. Flat-screen television sets require more specialized care. Here are a few tips to keep in mind if you want to take ggod care of your Flat screen TV:- Don't use strong chemical cleaners like alcohol, ammonia-based cleaners or window cleaners. They can damage the screen's special coating.- Don't spray a liquid cleaner on the screen, as it can leak into the TV casing and damage the circuitry.- Never use paper towels or newspapers to wipe of the … (1 comments)

how to: Here are a few tips to improve the curb appeal of your home: - 10/27/08 01:23 PM
• Examine the big picture - Recognize that people are not going to look at your house the same way you will. After you've lived with fading trim or a shutter that hangs crooked for a year or two, you may not even see it anymore. Ask your REALTOR® or close friend to look at the front of your house with a fresh set of eyes. Ask if they would be interested in the home if they didn't know you? If not, what are their turn-offs?
• Do the obvious - Keep the lawn mowed and gutters … (0 comments)

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Anthony Barone

Realtor Associates

Boca Raton, FL

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Balistreri Real Estate

Address: 1 N. Federal highway, Suite 300, Boca Raton, FL, 33432

Mobile: 561-400-2653

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