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Posted on 11/22/2020
Know Your Community Before an Emergency
Photo by Jan Mallander via Pixabay When you’re a new homeowner in a new community, you don’t always know how to handle unforeseen emergencies. Before that day arrives, take the time to learn your community so that a minor issue doesn’t become a major catastrophe. Handling Household Emergencies Whether it’s a burst pipe or a broken window, household...
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Posted on 11/15/2020
How to: Rustic Chic
Photo by Photographee.eu via Shutterstock Rustic décor style has been around and around some more. Today homeowners and designers alike still love this style, but it has evolved to meet some of their more modern design preferences. What is rustic décor? It’s a design style that focuses on natural fibers and textures with a heavy emphasis on wood....
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Posted on 11/08/2020
Reasons to Keep Your Home Market Ready
Photo by Agover via Pixabay You're not thinking of selling -- so why keep your home in market-ready shape? There are some excellent reasons for upgrading your home while you live there; keeping your house in good repair and in "ready to sell" condition benefits you in a variety of ways: Your own comfort: It's just more comfortable...
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Posted on 11/01/2020
Reasons to Sell a Small Town Home
A small town home initially may have proven to be ideal. But if your current small town house fails to meet your needs, there is no need to worry. In fact, you can add your small town residence to the local housing market and relocate to a new city or town at your convenience. Ultimately, there are many reasons...
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Posted on 10/25/2020
Considerations for Moving to an HOA Community
Image by rawmn from Shutterstock People have different notions about living in an HOA community. As much as there is a bright side to living in such an environment, you also need to consider the potential disadvantages. Some HOAs have an organized and well-maintained neighborhood, while others may have lackluster management and community issues. Before you make your...
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Posted on 10/19/2020
Another Property Sold - 138-140 Vassar, Reno, NV 89502-2815
Located in the Opportunity Zone!! Awesome Midtown location!! House at 140 Vassar St was 3 bed/2 bath and could be converted back, recently used as commercial space. 138 Vassar St (rear house) is 2 bed/1 bath is currently rented out. Property has a lot of potential for either residential or office space, live in one, rent the other or work/live space. Let your imagination go wild! The main house is readily available to be seen. Owner may carry...
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Posted on 10/18/2020
Enhance Your Entry with DIY Storage
Photo by Thijs van der Weide from Pexels You may be surprised to learn just how much a little DIY storage bench in your entryway can save you in time and money. Storage benches offer children a place to sit while they remove snowy or muddy shoes. That's less time spent mopping your kitchen or steam-cleaning the carpets....
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Posted on 10/11/2020
Key Issues to Address Before You Sell a Home
If you're planning to sell your house soon, you should prepare for the property selling journey. This can mean identifying potential home selling obstacles so that you can address these issues right away. Now, let's take a look at three issues that house sellers commonly face, along with tips to address these problems. 1. Exorbitant Initial Asking Price You...
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Posted on 10/07/2020
Another Property Sold - 1430 Orchard Park Trail, Reno, NV 89523
BEAUTIFUL home with and open floor plan that lets in a ton of natural light and makes it a perfect place to entertain friends or just relax. Enjoy Southern views from the lovely open patio backyard. Upgrades include slab granite counters, ceramic tile floors, Zeroscape backyard, bay window and plantation shutters. Includes almost new washer/dryer and refrigerator with any reasonable or full price...
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Posted on 10/04/2020
How To Use Less Water at Home
Photo by PublicDomainPictures via Pixabay Are you overpaying for water? You could be, if your home is not running as efficiently as it could, or if you have undiagnosed leaks or damage. Cutting your water consumption can help you save money every month, and in many cases, you won't have to change your habits at all. Try one...
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Posted on 09/27/2020
Beyond Recycling: 6 Easy Ways to Go Green at Home
Photo by Free-Photos via Pixabay Making your home a little more green won’t take much time or effort, but the results will pay off for years to come. You’ll consume fewer products, be exposed to fewer chemicals and even spend less money every month. Incorporate one or more of these easy green ideas into your home routine to...
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Posted on 09/20/2020
Tips for Preparing your Home for Winter
Image by Tracy Adams from Unsplash Winter can be both a beautiful and dreaded season for homeowners. It often arrives with various weather challenges that may affect your home. Snow, ice, cold temperatures, and other harsh elements can cause problems in your house or impact your energy bills if you are not prepared. If you are new to...
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