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Homeowners Reveal Top Kitchen Design Trends for 2014 Does your kitchen need a face lift? Kitchens featuring black counter tops, open shelves or glass-front cabinets and darker paint tones will be popular with homeowners next year. Additionally, kitchens top the list of spaces homeowners plan to r...
12/04/2013
What's the Best Refrigerator for that New Home?   Many Home Buyers will find that it is not uncommon for a newly purchased home to come with almost all of the appliances except the frig.  Why?  Refrigerators have become one of those highly-personalized, chic items that some people don't want to ...
12/02/2013
You’ve heard it from real estate agents before. “The Winter season is slow.” Or, “No one is really buying or selling.” And even, “I’ll get started in the New Year, it’s a new start right?”   Uh.., not so much.  Just the opposite is true and it's actually a great time to list your house for sale ...
11/24/2013
The Buyer's Most Wanted Features list in a new home may surprise you... and then again, it may not.   It's always interesting to see how the Buyer's "Wants" seem to change with the economic, political and social trends we may be experiencing at any one point in time in our partucular area of the...
11/20/2013
5 Tips For The Best Home Showings Home routines tend to come to a standstill while your home is on the market. The need to keep the house clean  - and not scare potential homebuyers away - means that kids can't throw their school books on the dining room table, Dad has to pick up his stinky socks...
10/29/2013
DIY Flooring Installation: Part I Installing a new floor is a great way to liven up your house. Before you change your floor, however, you need to decide what type of flooring is best suited to your budget and lifestyle. Hardwood floors are a classic choice, while many homeowners prefer the ease ...
10/26/2013
Understanding Septic Tanks - Part 2 If you're buying property in an urban or suburban setting, chances are good that the home is connected to a municipal sewage system. If, however, you're looking at purchasing a home on acreage or in a rural setting, waste may be handled through a septic tank. ...
10/22/2013
Understanding Septic Tanks If you're buying property in an urban or suburban setting, chances are good that the home is connected to a municipal sewage system. If, however, you're looking at purchasing a home on acreage or in a rural setting, waste may be handled through a septic tank. Proper ca...
10/20/2013
Ah, the dreaded question most Realtors are hesitant to ask any buyer: "Have you spoken to a lender and gotten pre-qualified or pre-approved for a loan?" Why are they hesitant to ask it?   Because what they don't want to hear in response from the buyer is, "Oh, don't worry about that.  My credit'...
10/19/2013
What are those burning questions every homebuyer should ask of the Seller before they even think of buying that perfect home?  To quote Elmer Fudd, "Be very, very careful."  You are about to invest your money, heart and soul into one of the most important purchases you may ever make, so know the ...
09/24/2013
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