Archive: July 2013

The Risk of Radon in Your Home

Although you can’t see, smell or taste it, radon could be affecting your home. The Surgeon warns that this radioactive gas is actually the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., especially combined with smoking.

July 24 / 2013
Author Terri D'Richards
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Strip Hotel Access from Home

Living in Las Vegas means living in two worlds: the world that seems miles from the famed Las Vegas Strip when you’re in your own neighborhood at home and living amongst the tourists, hotels, casinos and all the activity on the Strip. Some locations aro

July 24 / 2013
Author Terri D'Richards
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Highlighting Florida Colors in Your Home Decor

Color schemes from northern homes look out of place in a Florida decor. Pastel and bright colors give interiors an airy feel, helping to combat summer heat, while cool blues and tans mimic the nearby ocean shoreline.

July 24 / 2013
Author Anne Baley
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Category Jacksonville
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New Construction or Existing Home? In Dallas/Fort Worth, Each Has Definite Appeal

With so many choices for housing available in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, what’s a buyer to do? Current market conditions are strong; homes, both new and old, are selling quickly and prices are rising. In the end, it’s a lifestyle choice.

Tee Off Close to Home in Metroplex Neighborhoods with Golf Courses

The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex dry and moderate weather is usually mild enough for year-round outdoor activities, making it a golfer’s paradise. Dozens of neighborhoods are home to great golf courses. Here are some of the best

July 24 / 2013
Author Tammy Valentine
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Neighborhoods with Arts and Culture All Their Own

One of the main things Dallas is known for is its great access to arts and culture. Several famous neighborhoods in the area are known for being arts and culture hotspots. Whether you are coming to visit or looking for a great place to live close to the

July 24 / 2013
Author Suzanne Gattis
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Choose Your Home Exterior Wisely

Unlike the new carpeting you may dislike in a year, or the lighting fixture you end up replacing after moving in – you aren’t likely to change your home’s exterior as often. Be sure to get it right the first time.

July 24 / 2013
Author Terri D'Richards
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Consider Commute Time in Your Next House Hunt

Do you love your job, house, or neighborhood but absolutely hate to make the long commute? Does commuting to work take 60 minutes or more? If so, you are apart of the 8.1%, per the United States Census Bureau, of Americans who make a huge trek, and sacrifice, to work daily.

July 24 / 2013
Author Ariel Williams
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Growing Vegetables in a Philly Yard

Even though your downtown Philly yard might be small, it’s still an ideal place for growing vegetables. Container grown vegetables need light, water and decent soil to survive in the city. Turn a tiny urban yard into a garden oasis.

July 24 / 2013
Author Amy Freeman
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Outdoor Activities Around the Valley Rival the Lure of the Las Vegas Strip

If you think everyone in Vegas heads for the world famous Strip whenever they have some leisure time then think again. Outdoor activities abound all around the area. So apply sunscreen liberally, load a cooler with water and get outside for all the real

July 24 / 2013
Author Terri D'Richards
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