Archive: September 2013

Neighborhoods Outside of the City Center of Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Florida is the largest city in the United States when measured by square miles. A city this large will naturally spawn a number of diverse neighborhoods, and this city has many. Some of the most desirable are along the city’s borders.

September 23 / 2013
Author Anne Baley
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Category Jacksonville
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Gated 55 and Older Communities for Jacksonville Residents

The Jacksonville, Florida area is home to three superior gated 55 and older communities. From community centers that offer companionship and entertainment to physical fitness equipment and peace of mind, these neighborhoods are ideal for older adults.

September 23 / 2013
Author Anne Baley
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Category Jacksonville
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Dallas Music and Dallas-Fort Worth Festivals

While Texas may be known for its famous country musicians, the state also boasts a deep rock-and-roll and blues legacy. Dallas-Fort Worth locals and visitors have an abundance of musical festivals from which to choose each year.

September 23 / 2013

Dallas Suburbs That Offer Country Living

Some of the most quickly growing communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex are the outlying small towns that are hanging onto their individuality and values. Here are some of the rural Dallas-Fort Worth suburbs.

September 23 / 2013
Author Tammy Valentine
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World’s Most Expensive Homes Hits the Virgin Islands

In the Coldwell Banker web series World’s Most Expensive Homes, we’ve started off in the U.S. visiting the Versace mansion in South Beach and then hiking up to Aspen to explore the incredible Jigsaw Ranch. Now in Episode 3, we step outside the continental U.S. and head to the Caribbean to visit the paradise of St. Thomas.

Fort Worth Real Estate Attracts Sophisticated Residents with Cowtown Culture

Fort Worth and Dallas, despite being closely aligned in geography, grew from different roots and shared a long-standing rivalry. Now, however, each city seems to have come of age and to have developed a distinct personality.

September 22 / 2013

De-Clutter and Clean Your Home in Dallas-Fort Worth to Impress Buyers

In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, selling a home is a competitive game; the longer your home sits unsold on the market, the harder it is to sell. To keep a leg up on the competition, you should ensure that your home is clean and de-cluttered.

September 20 / 2013

Home Sweet Vegas Vacation Home

If you are a frequent visitor to Las Vegas, or dream of becoming one, investing in a vacation home here might be for you. Perhaps now is the time to make that potential purchase a reality, and Las Vegas is the place to focus your search.

September 20 / 2013
Author Terri D'Richards
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Category Las Vegas
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Get in the Spirit: Halloween Decor Ideas

It does not take much to get your house ready for Halloween. Since Philadelphia row homes and condos have less space than places in the suburbs, the key to decorating successfully here is to choose one area of the home on which to focus.

September 20 / 2013
Author Amy Freeman
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Category Philadelphia
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An Outdoor Kitchen: Bringing the Flavor Outside

Living in Texas is synonymous with outdoor living. For that reason alone, it is no surprise that outdoor kitchens are on everyone’s wish list. They are viewed as a glamorous and fun addition to a home. But is an outdoor kitchen right for you?

September 20 / 2013
Author Suzanne Gattis
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