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AHA! I learned something new that can help homebuyers. Recently, at an open house, I asked a woman how she had found that the house was open. This is something I do to find out where I should be advertising. The woman told me she had found it on my company web site. Great! That's one site that's...
It was late afternoon; I needed a break from the office so I took a walk along Brush Creek. That's when I noticed the Canadian Goose swimming serenely amidst the hustle and bustle of the city traffic and noise. But wait! He has a friend! One swam, one walked.... slowly, leisurely... paused to lo...
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We just had the most divine dining experience at Brio on the Plaza! The carpaccio was delicious and our server, Heather, was extraordinary! Her radiant smile accompanied with friendly, efficient service was uplifting. Quick, in wit and service; attentive without hovering; smooth as silk and brig...
The Kansas City Twestival will take place at the Tower Tavern located at 401 E 31st St. (13th & Broadway). Map KCMO 64108. The event starts at 1800 hours (6pm). Over 100 cities around the globe will participate in this event to raise money for Charity: Water On our planet, 1.1 billion people do n...
Work is progressing on the rental property on 67th Street. The plumber arrived today. Once Ian finishes his part in this project, the tile guy can come back and finish in the bathroom. Pictured above, Ian replaces the pipes under the kitchen sink. You can see the hardibacker board behind the tile...
KC Scottish Highland Games February 21, 2009 @ 415 W 13th Street (13th & Broadway) Kansas City, MO 64105 5pm - 9pm Music, Dancing, Food & Drink! Come one, come all.
For homeowners wanting to upgrade their present doors to prevent thieves from being able to kick the door in to gain entry into homes. Older homes probably have older doors and door frames. The deadbolt, when locked, extends into a piece of wood less than an inch thick. In this case, closer to a ...
The federal tax credit available to first time home buyers expires the 30th of June 2009. The state of Missouri is the first (so far the only) state to offer a way for buyers to turn the credit into cash that can be used at closing. Here's how it works: Missouri Housing Development Commission (MH...