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Small Investments Can Still Be Profitable
Posted on 05/05/2019
Small Investments Can Still Be Profitable
So, you want to buy a property and offset it with rental income, but a multi-family or apartment complex is a bit too rich for your bank account? No problem! Most of the steady increase in new renters comes from young millennials, and you can cash in on this increase as well by buying just a slightly larger...
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The Secret of the Coffee Bean
Posted on 05/03/2019
The Secret of the Coffee Bean
Coffee or tea has been the question for centuries. Within the last 50 years, especially in the Western states with the rise of some many coffee cafes both single store and national chains the debate about the type of coffee can almost become a theological debate amongst people. It is no longer just the morning routine of setting...
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Improving the Soil Quality of Your Lawn
Posted on 05/01/2019
Improving the Soil Quality of Your Lawn
For some people, caring for the lawn is a tedious, but necessary chore. For others, it’s a quiet way to enjoy the outdoors on the weekends. Regardless of your feelings on lawn care, it’s important if you want your grass to look green throughout the warm months. There’s a lot more to lawn care, however, than simply mowing and...
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Volunteering in Your Community
Posted on 04/29/2019
Volunteering in Your Community
Most people you ask will say they'd love to volunteer, but they don't have the time or schedule consistency for an ongoing volunteer commitment. They're afraid of saying yes and not being able to follow through. A fair reason for not joining a volunteer group or signing up to help out at your local charity, but there are...
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Budget-Minded Curb Appeal Project
Posted on 04/26/2019
Budget-Minded Curb Appeal Project
You have heard it said that the eyes are the window to the soul, for your home, the front door is the entrance to its heart. A quick and easy way to up your curb appeal without much expense is to highlight your front door. Here are some simple projects you can do even if you are not...
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Getting Your Home Blackout Ready
Posted on 04/24/2019
Getting Your Home Blackout Ready
In a not-so-distant future, American homeowners may not have to worry about blackouts any longer. Tesla’s giant battery recently powered up Australia’s grid after a power outage in just milliseconds. And, with new, green technologies, constantly being pursued, it could be within reach to say goodbye to blackouts once and for all. However, we’re not quite there yet. And,...
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Signs You Need A New Roof
Posted on 04/22/2019
Signs You Need A New Roof
Having to change the roof is a decision most homeowners shy away from, it’s time-consuming, can generally be a stressful process and often requires a large budget. Most homeowners do not know when their roofs are due for a change until they experience damages to the house and property. There are basic signs a homeowner should look out...
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Did You Price Your Home Appropriately?
Posted on 04/21/2019
Did You Price Your Home Appropriately?
If you add your house to the real estate market but fail to garner buyers' attention, now may be a good time to revamp your home pricing strategy. Otherwise, your home may remain on the housing market for many weeks or months before it finally sells. Generally, there are several factors you need to consider to determine if you...
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Removing Wood Rot On Your Deck
Posted on 04/19/2019
Removing Wood Rot On Your Deck
Your outdoor deck will often serve as the preferred place for entertaining and relaxing on a sunny day. But wood decks do not last forever. It's imperative that you repair your wood deck and its weak posts to keep your deck in top shape, but when wood rot is concerned, it's better to take out the rotten wood...
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Hidden Enemies in Your Home
Posted on 04/17/2019
Hidden Enemies in Your Home
Could your home be making you sick? Could those allergies be inside rather than outside? Yes, and yes. Of course, you’ve already sussed out the obvious places: the mold in the bathroom, years of dirt in the carpet, even the drapes and blinds. But what about the air ducts? You know, the very thing that carries the conditioned...
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Tips For Hiring A House Cleaner
Posted on 04/15/2019
Tips For Hiring A House Cleaner
When you hire a house cleaner or maid service, you expect that your house will be neater and cleaner. There are certain rules that you should follow to keep your house maid happy. Your maid is not there to clean up after you for absolutely everything you do in your home. You need to give your cleaning person the...
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How Long Does It Take to Prepare an Offer to Purchase a House?
Posted on 04/14/2019
How Long Does It Take to Prepare an Offer to Purchase a House?
If you find your dream house, you likely want to submit an offer to purchase this residence as soon as possible. That way, you can avoid the danger of losing your ideal residence to a rival homebuyer. Although you may strive to quickly submit an offer to purchase your dream residence, it is important to allocate sufficient time to...
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