tega cay: Change the Look for Cheap - 03/25/09 11:47 PM
One of the easiest and least expensive ways to change the look of a room in your home is simple.......paint.  Paint can drastically change the look of a room and enhance the appearance that you are going for.  Don't be afraid to experiment with bold and dramatic colors if that is your preference.  There are many renovations that are costly, but if you experiment with paint only to find out you don't like the color or the effect.  All you have to do is paint again.  May take a little bit of time to have to do over, but in the … (0 comments)

tega cay: Steeplechase Subdivision in Rock Hill , SC - 03/24/09 02:04 PM
If you are looking for a wonderful neighborhood in the heart of Rock Hill then the perfect place for you may be Steeplechase.  This remarkable neighborhood features homes from 1800 - 2500 square feet and each home has its own character with quality throughout.  Steeplechase is conveniently located near schools, shopping, restaurants, the hospital and this is a part of Rock Hill that is exploding with growth.  Steeplechase is the type of neighborhood perfect for couples, families and singles looking for great homes for investment.  Many of these homes were built by Sonny Collins who is one of the best known and … (0 comments)

tega cay: Relocation to Rock Hill, SC - 03/19/09 01:07 PM
Back some 23 years ago I graduated from college and moved from North Carolina to Rock Hill, SC.  At the time I had never heard of Rock Hill even though it was just a few miles south of Charlotte, NC.  Since moving here it has amazed me at all the "transplants" to this wonderful community.  Over the years Rock Hill has grown in large part to the reputation of Winthrop University, employment opportunities and the proximity of Charlotte where people desire living in an area that is close to a big city without the traffic and big taxes.   I love meeting people that have stumbled upon … (0 comments)

tega cay: Energy Efficiencies - 03/18/09 03:40 PM
Right now it seems all of us are doing everything we can to save money during these tough economic times and this includes being efficient in our own homes.  We all know to turn out lights when not in a room, but there are some other items we tend to forget that can make an impact on energy bills especially with the changing of the season. 
*  This time of year be sure to use ceiling fans to keep the air circulating and keeping rooms cool as the temperature outside begins to heat up.  Make sure ceiling fans are rotating so that the … (0 comments)

tega cay: Wise Investment - 03/17/09 12:53 PM
Many buyers are thrilled when they purchase a new home and the one thing they quickly want to do is furnish each and every room.  At times this is not feasible especially depending on the amount of furniture one currently owns and how much they need to buy.  Someone once offered me a tip that has always stayed with me and it is a piece of advice that I have shared with many of my friends.  When purchasing furniture you want to purchase better quality furniture particularly if it is a piece that will frequently be used so it can withstand daily … (0 comments)

tega cay: Tips To Consider When Searching for the Perfect Home - 03/15/09 12:22 PM
Many experts will tell you that even with the state of the economy this is the perfect time to be purchasing a home.  The interest rates continue to be at all time lows and with the tax credit program available to first time home buyers there are options available to help all kinds of home buyers.  When looking at homes that are on the market price and the "deal" one can get is a key incentive, but be sure not to purchase a home based on price alone.  When looking for a home it is wise to make a list of requirements that fit the needs … (0 comments)

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Rock Hill, SC

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