Getting to Green. By making older homes and buildings more energy efficient, you make a smart investment. Buildings that save energy sell faster and for more money. They cost less to run--cutting your utility bills. They are healthier and more comfortable to live in--with less mold and fewer allergens...preventing drafts and hot and cold rooms.
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Greater Philadelphia Pennsylvania stager Starr Osborne of Tailored Transitions has written a new paperback that we can give all our sellers: Home Staging That Works: How to get your house sold faster and for more money. This informative large paperback is just over $12 from www.amazon.com. Starr ...
I love little girls. Mine is 17 now! I remember when she would not get dressed without her pink sparkle tutu! She loved her purple glitter magic wand. Ask little girls what their favorite color is and a lot of them say "pink" or "purple." But don't paint their bedroom walls these intense colors! ...
One night, in the middle of a deal, I called the other agent and he did not pick up. So I left a detailed voicemail. Next day, he calls me back. "Did you call me?" We lost a day's negotiations because he did not listen to that voicemail. Meanwhile, we all do it. Cell rings. Before we get to it, i...
For years people have been predicting the demise of granite countertops. I have granite in my kitchen and I love the ease of it and the the look of it, but I love design and wonder what else works? The design blog apartmenttherapy.com just had gorgeous pictures and a fascinating discussion of a m...
Hey Erdenheim....it is a tiny nook outside Chestnut Hill, PA. One of our neighbors has offered his house as a drop off point for Red Earth Farm...You buy a share or half a share in the farm produce in the spring and you get a box of produce every week through the summer and fall. Red Earth also h...