helpful hints: Have you ever walked into a home and said "WOW" pet smell? Try this. - 06/15/10 05:13 AM
 
Strong pet odor can ruin a showing, so what can you do to avoid this problem?
First the bad news: Not all urine stains are removable. The types of damage caused vary according to the urine content. This is determined by the pet's diet, age, sex, and any medications being taken. If it is removable, the following steps may get it out.
1. Blot up the urine as soon as you discover it. Use plain white paper towels to avoid dye transfer.
2. Mix 1/4 teaspoon liquid dishwashing detergent (non-bleach and non-lanolin) in a cup of warm water. Apply this … (4 comments)

helpful hints: What You Should Know about Your credit Score - 08/25/09 07:40 AM
5 Things a Home Buyer Should Know About Credit Scores by Brandon Cornett
Go online and start researching the topic of credit scores, and you will quickly be overwhelmed with information and analysis. But in truth, there are only a few important concepts that you, as a first-time home buyer, should know about credit scores.
Here are five of the most important things to keep in mind when you start shopping for a mortgage loan — an even long before that.
1. Mortgage lenders will check your score. When you apply for a home loan, you can be certain that the … (2 comments)

helpful hints: Take time to Relax - 04/21/09 05:31 AM

Do you take time to relax? Whether your a home buyer, seller, or Realtor you need to take a time-out and reconnect with your spouse, family and friends. I was reminded of an old saying, "Man who keep nose to the grindstone have flat head." Just a reminder to breath, laugh, and even cry. This picture begs the viewer "who do I need to spend some time with?" The chairs are waiting, and so will all the "to do's".
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