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Curb Appeal Fixes

There are a lot of ways to spruce up your home. There are a lot of ways to improve your curb appeal. In big business, offering ways to make your house look more aesthetically pleasing is a certain money-maker. Who pays though? Well, we do. It is not secret that updating, upgrading, and “prettying up” your house is usually very expensive. Get a quote …

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Radon: A Disclosure Disclosed

Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that is formed from the natural breakdown of uranium in the earth. Though you can’t see it or smell it, radon can enter your home through cracks in your foundation, well water, building materials and other sources, where it can contaminate the air you breathe. Scary enough because radon is actually radioactive, it’s also carcinogenic; radon exposure is …

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How Much House Can I Afford?

One of the big questions when you are going to buy a house, is can I afford it? Well, I should say can I afford the house I really want. There has to be a guideline. Mortgage companies have rules they follow to see how much house you can afford. It isn’t hard to calculate so here are those rules. Maybe this will help …

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Haunted? How to Know.

Ok, yes, this is a real estate blog, but after doing some research, I found out that a main reason some people won’t buy a home that is a lot older is the haunting factor. Coming from a guy that doesn’t believe in that sort of thing, it sound preposterous. I would move into the Amityville house if the price and location suited me. …

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Does your House Look Old?

Trends happen to the best of us, as they should. Everyone should enjoy the style of their current era, but we have the fortune of knowing what the styles of the past are all about. Unfortunately style isn’t eternal, and sometimes no matter how much money and time you invest in decorating your home (or how few trends you fall for), your interior decor …

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Those Pesky Pests: How to Avoid Them

So we will never, and I mean never be able to make any building or home pest free. We can minimize it, but how? I don’t anyone who hasn’t had to deal with ants, flies, lizards, or any sort of pests in or around their homes. I looked up ways to keep your home as free from pests as possible. Summer seems to be …

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Burglar Shmurglar

It is a beautiful place. We live in southern California and yes, we have some of the best weather in the united states. We aren’t too humid, we get hot but not unbearable for the most part, we don’t get too cold. Everyone knows there are a lot of benefits. What are some of the downfalls though? We are in a draught. We have …

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It’s Still Hot! Cool Down Your House

I think we still have enough local weather to justify giving tips on how to keep your house as cool as possible during these remaining hot months. Trying to remember the conventional wisdom of our grandparents but not quite sure how it goes? Window fans, for example, should they be placed to draw air in or out? Upwind or downwind of the dwelling? And …

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Summer is Heating Up Literally and in Real Estate

In real estate, it is a well known fact that Spring is the best time for home sales. Summer may be better in the United States as a whole though. Home sales in Southern California grew almost 6% in May compared to April of this year, and were 3% higher than sales in May 2015.  Besides that, there are other signs of stabilizing market …

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Undoubtedly you’ve heard of Carfax. I have a DVR and I still manage to have to muscle through commercials from time to time. “Show me the Carfax” is the slogan for the website service through which you can find out if a car you consider buying has ever been in an accident, had a major repair, or similar possibly vital data. But purchasing a …

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