Archive: July 2012

Real Estate Headlines for the Week of the All Star Game

Welcome to the second week of July. This week boasts the annual summer classic, the MLB All Star Game, as well as the day following which is the slowest sports day of the year. So what better time to catch up with what’s going on in real estate? Here are your headlines.

July 09 / 2012

3 Easy Tips for Your Summer Yard

Many homeowners enjoy the summer because it allows them to get outdoors and plant flowers. I’m not one of them. But my wife certainly is so to keep a happy home I have to put summer effort into making sure our lawn can withstand the heat of summer. As you well know a homeowner’s yard is an extension of their house. Maintaining a well-manicured lawn is not a difficult or tedious task, but it does require some care so I’m always looking for easy tips to get around having to do a ton of yard work…especially in this heat.

July 06 / 2012

Protect Your Home from Natural Disasters

Large-scale storms and natural disasters can come at a great personal and financial cost to homeowners. Homeowners who are prepared for these occurrences and aware of how to protect their assets may be in a stronger position to ride out storms and recoup their losses. While there is little individuals can do to prevent significant [...]

July 05 / 2012

Happy Independence Day!

While the calendar says July 4th, we know it truly is Independence Day. It’s a national holiday that oozes with patriotic pride and the taste of a backyard barbecue. We think of holidays at home being focused on Christmas or Thanksgiving, but for me July 4th is one of those holidays too.

15 Dessert Ideas for Your 4th of July Celebration

One of my favorite things to do on Pinterest, when I am not busy planning my dream home, is looking for new and exciting dessert recipes. Food plays a major role at home. From the time we spend in the kitchen to the memories we share with our loved ones during holidays, food often defines [...]

July 03 / 2012
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Real Estate Headlines for 4th of July Week

Is Fourth of July really this week?  Our summer senses are tingling from the yummy smell of backyard BBQ’s to the sound of summer tunes. Before you head out of work tomorrow to celebrate the holiday check out these real estate headlines: By now we are sure you have heard the buzz about the TomKat [...]

Small Upgrades That Go a Long Way

No one wants to spend a fortune when it comes to selling a home, but most want to spruce up a few areas to make their property more appealing to potential buyers. There are several types of small improvements individuals can make that can transform the look of a home without forcing them to break [...]

July 02 / 2012