The greatest lawn cutters on the planet earth work at Major League Baseball parks. The outfield grass at these pro stadiums is unbelievable. It glistens in the sun and has those perfect stripes in the grass.
Gentlemen, the hour is coming nigh. It will be a crisp, sunny Saturday morning and your wife will turn to you and say, “I think we need to do some spring cleaning today.” Fear will strike your heart. An entire Saturday has just vanished before your eyes and you will soon be scouring every dark corner of your home for dust, dirt and particles unknown.
I like to joke that I started my career in real estate as a 12-year-old when my dad hired me to do odd jobs at his Huskey Realty in Orlando. While mowing the lawn and taking out the trash clearly isn’t “real” real estate, I got a chance to learn about the business from my dad and his agents at a very early age. The lessons learned in those formative years about customer relationships and the role of the Realtor as a trusted advisor remain with me to this day.
At the start of March, 16 teams from Europe, Asia, the Caribbean and North and South America began a quest for baseball supremacy in the third installment of the World Baseball Classic.
While Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic battle it out for the championship tonight, let’s take a look at a few of our favorite homes from the two Caribbean countries.
With all of the lawn and garden tips we’ve highlighted this month, we’re sure you could give Martha Stewart a run for her money! We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the end of Lawn and Garden month than hosting a gift card giveaway for all our new and experienced green thumbs. Simply [...]
Did you know that April is Lawn & Garden month? Last week Tara Rodman-Marine guest blogged about how her garden has added to the value of her home. You can check out her post here: Here’s To Gardens. In her post, Tara talked about the impact that her garden has made on her homeowner experience. [...]
After about 6 months of excessive hot chocolate drinking, hibernation and plodding through slush puddles and what seems like hundreds of inches of snow, we emerge from our condos and apartments bleary eyed and slightly paler than we were around Labor Day. But now that temperatures are creeping up and the parks are starting to [...]