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How to Renovate Your Kitchen in the Right Sequence of Phases

If you’ve got a new kitchen on the mind, you likely want to dive head first into the job and get it done as quickly as possible. After all, you’ve got the budget, the vision, and the desire, so all that’s really holding you back is the swing of the hammer, right?

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Should You Expand Your Present Home, or Move to a Larger Home?

Should you move or improve? That is the million dollar question. When your family is growing, or you begin questioning whether or not those little quirks in your home are still charming, you may start to wonder whether you should move to a larger home or simply invest in renovating it.

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Ways to Customize Your Rental Unit Without Picking Up a Paint Brush

Just because you don’t own the place you’re currently living in doesn’t mean you have to put up with boring neutral forever. While rentals can pose a number of challenges – from the ugly floors to the outdated light fixtures – there are plenty of ways that you can customize your space and really make it your own, even with stark white or barely beige walls.

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6 Features Homebuyers Will Love

When it comes time to sell your home, take a close look around and see if your place has the goods that buyers are looking for. Considering the magnitude and expense of such a purchase, buyers want to fall in love with the home they plan to buy, and certain characteristics can help make that happen.

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Housing Perspective: Waiting for Prices to Fall May Not be a Good Idea

The housing market is slowing with sales declining and home prices softening. Home sales in California dropped 31.1% year- over-year in July 2022 and last month was the third consecutive month with sales falling more than 10% from a year ago.

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7 Qualities of an Excellent Neighborhood

Location, location, location. The phrase may have become somewhat of a cliché in the world of real estate, but it still remains the most important factor in determining the true value of a property.

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Simple Ways to Save Money and Energy at Home

It costs a lot of money to maintain a home, but you might be spending more than is necessary. Your utility bills can be lowered significantly by reducing the amount of energy used in your home, and doing so may be much simpler than you believe.

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What You Need to Know Before Tearing Down a Wall in Your Home

Looking to open up your interior space to create a more spacious and functional layout? If so, you might be considering tearing down a wall or two to achieve your goal.

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Common Code Violations Made When Renovating

Homeowners who are trying to cut costs frequently attempt to handle their home renovation projects on their own. While that might work just fine for simpler tasks, it might go horribly wrong for more challenging ones.

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August, 2022, Real Estate Update

Much has changed in our local real estate market in the last two months. We have gone from an insane seller’s market with multiple offers over asking prices within days of placing homes on the market to a much more level but still strong seller’s market.

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