Monthly Archives: May, 2011

America:Protect our Heroes!

On MSN’s blog ‘Listed’ they discussed a mind boggling event that is occurring for military families all over the country.  It seems highly unfair that America cannot protect the homes of our heroes. Check it out here! http://realestate.msn.com/blogs/listed.aspx Advertisements

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2275 Schaefer Drive

Must see to appreciate – one of a kind home with an endless list of special features and design details. Gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets & granite countertops, gas stove top w/ pot filler, subzero frig, conventional & convection ovens, pull out shelves, large pantry with dumb waiter from garage. Master suite with infrared sauna, …

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Walk This Way

The Council of Residiential Specialists gives great tips and advice when dealing with buying, selling or just simple home improvements.  In this article it explains that when deciding to buy a home there are smaller details that American’s are starting to focus on; especially since gas prices have skyrocketed and many people just have to live …

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Pricing is Key

Can’t figure out why your house isn’t selling? You have designed and fixed your curb appeal, your location is ideal and everything in your home has been updated.. So what’s the deal?  The first thing to look at when your home just won’t sell is going to be the price of your home.  The number …

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Wind Control

We can all agree that lately the Valley has looked more like the Windy City than the 90 degree weather that we are all so accustomed to.  With that being said houses are getting damaged and the new flowers, plants, trees etc. that were recently planted  have been damaged.  Here are just a few tips …

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Garden Secrets from CRS

growing your own vegetable or herb garden can help trim the fat on your grocery bill- and your body.  Ready to start planting? HGTV experts suggest that you consider these tips before you let your garden grow. Start by making a list: it’s easier to plot out garden beds when you put everything down on paper.  …

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CRS May Newsletter!

Grill Master Few things are better than a barbecue on a warm, sunny day. Keep those burgers and hot dogs coming by keeping your grill in tip-top shape. The National Barbecue Association recommends that you always start with a clean grill.  Break up tough charred food and ashes from the last barbecue session with a …

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Downsizing may be an upgrade

In these economic times there is free advice being handed out left and right.  People may be wondering what advice to take, and what advice to throw back.  However, there is one idea that I believe all American’s can agree on during this times.  Smaller homes = less $$$! Smaller homes seem to be the …

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Spice up your home

It isn’t a secret that buyers are looking for homes that look neat, up-to-date and well, just overall nice.  Sure you can put some new trim on the house or even actually water the plants this year.  However there are actual quick and easy steps to take when you want to spice up that curb …

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