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6 More Clutter-Busting Home Habits to Adopt This Year

The new year is a great time to improve your habits. In a previous article, I suggested six habits that can help keep clutter at bay in your home. Today we look at six more. I recommend you adopt one habit per month. If you do, by the end of 2018, your home will feel more peaceful and clutter-free. 1. Last year: You piled your clothes on your bedroom bench or chair. 

This year: Hang up your clothes daily to free up your sitting space. It takes just a few minutes to hang clean clothes or toss dirty ones in the hamper. Of course after a long day, it would be much easier to simply drape your clothing over a chair. But doing this robs you of a place where you can sit and wind down,…
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The one you've been waiting for! This home is in an ideal location, and within a gated lake community. This home will not disappoint. Walk through the front door to find a very bright, open experience. Home has formal living and dining rooms, a family room that opens to the kitchen which is complete with a walk in pantry, breakfast bar, granite counters, and new high end stainless steel appliances. You'll enjoy the ample room for a kitchen table on your way out to the backyard as well. Another feature downstairs is a great bonus room and a half bath which could easily be an office den or playroom. Upstairs you'll find an inviting master suite with a generous sized closet. No small secondary bedrooms here! Generous proportions throughout. Be sure to make

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Some Highlights:

  • The National Association of Realtors surveyed their members & released the findings of their Annual Profile of Home Staging.
  • 50% of staged homes saw a 1-10% increase in dollar value offers from buyers.
  • 77% of buyer’s agents said staging made it easier for buyers to visualize the home as their own.
  • The top rooms to stage in order to attract more buyers are the living room, master bedroom, kitchen, and dining room.

Staging Your Home For Sale

Keeping Current Matters

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Keep Your Credit Card Information Safe Online

The convenience of saving your credit card information on your favorite websites is so appealing. The Better Business Bureau offers the following suggestions to protect your financial information.

 

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Home Buyer Tips: Preparing for the Home Inspection

Worrying about the home inspection is not particularly productive, but preparing a list of questions to ask the home inspector is not only proactive, but represents another step down the path to your dream home. Not all items noted on an inspection checklist will turn out to be problems in need of immediate attention. On the other hand, just because little is noted does not guarantee that no concerns exist. Be clear about the limits of the inspector's ability and responsibility. Determine in advance exactly what your particular inspector will review. Be certain that you're going to get your money's worth in terms of value.

Professional inspectors will typically decline to discuss potential repair

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Every year, we get requests for copy of this wonderful Christmas Poem.  To make it convenient, we just decided to put it on our website!  Enjoy.

In the land of Manalouie, on the Isle of Taralee, lived the tribe of Manlea, lovely people of the sea.

This tribe had lived forever, and never known an angry day.  Their number was three thousand, their chief called Manahay.

The men were tall and handsome, the women were the same.  The children bright an active, trained in music and in game.  The old among them honored, and cared for were their lame.

The island with it's beaches, mountains and it's streams, gave them beauty and comfort that met their fondest dreams.

From the sea they took their sustenance, delicious food of fish and shell.  In

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