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2010 

I've been puzzled lately by a phenomenon I've noticed that I call "Unforsale-ism." There a house in West Nyack that I know was foreclosed on. It's been empty for months, maybe a year now. I know Deutche-Bank took it back, but to my puzzlement, hasn't put it up for sale yet. You'd think they'd wan...
09/30/2010
Good news for pest exterminators! It seems that New York's Governor David Paterson has just signed into the Administrative Code of the City of New York an amendment to the rental code. It requires that landlords provide potential tenants with a disclosure form detailing any treatments for bedbugs...
09/30/2010
Social Networking is growing and growing and just keeping up with it all is so time consuming. However, I can honestly say it works! I have got several listings from Facebook and also a few buyers and have now developed my presence to include the following business fan pages... Take a look at my ...
09/27/2010
Finding Fall Foliage at its Finest! It's Autumn, and once again, the leaves rustling overhead are soon to change into their glorious fall colors before rustling beneath our feet. Here in the lower Hudson Valley, the fall foliage is particularly spectacular. "According to www.sciencemadesimple.com...
09/27/2010
If you need to do something noisy at home, take care not to cause a nuisance in your neighborhood, or disturb its quiet. A drill can produce between 90 and 100 decibels; the threshold of discomfort is 60 decibels. We all contribuite to the audible environment. Be aware of the time of day that you...
09/27/2010
Greenhouse gases are naturally present inthe atmosphere and maintain temperatures on earth that are favorable to life. Too much greenhouse effect, however, leads to warming of the global climate. In the space of a century, world energy demand-used for electricity,heading,and trasportation,for exa...
09/26/2010
A large volume of the water taken from nature to meet humanity's growing needs is drawn from rivers. Rivers such as the Colorado in the USA and Mexico, the Jordan in the Middle East, the Indus in Pakistan, the Yellow River in China, and the Nile in Egypt vanish into the earth at certain times of ...
09/25/2010
Chemicals affect our health - causing asthma, allergies, cancers and reduced fertility - and the health of the environment. They disturb the reproduction of certain species, kill aquatic life, make waste water even more difficult and expensive to treat, and pollute air and soil. Despite all this,...
09/25/2010
Nature gives us rain, and for this, we pay nothing. Like solar and wind energy, collecting rainwater is a means of protecting the environment in a sustainable way. The rain that falls on the roofs of our houses could cover as much as 80% of our current annual domestic water consumption. In additi...
09/25/2010
Domestic hot water should never be above 120F. Above that temperature the excessive heat tends to lead to lime scale and corrosion of pipes and apparatus. Lime scale increases heating costs by insulating the water from the heating source, and therefore more energy is needed to heat the water. Mor...
09/25/2010
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