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DIY: Installing a Pet Door

Published under News on 07/16/2014

DIY: Installing a Pet Door In. Out. Repeat. Sound familiar? VICTORIA LEET If you have a pet, you probably know the little story called “In. Out. Repeat.” Want to stop playing doorman for your dog or cat? Maybe it’s time to consider installing a pet door in your home. Here are a few things to think about before taking on Continue Reading »

10 Must Have Kitchen Gadgets

Published under News on 06/23/2014

10 Cool Kitchen Appliances Check Out These Must Have Kitchen Gadgets! ARIEL WILLIAMS In almost every household’s kitchen there are standard appliances and tools that everyone uses. These consist of toasters, blenders, pots and pans, forks, spoons, knives etc.  Besides these run-of-the-mill appliances are others that are genius. Recently, while roaming the internet I came across some interesting kitchen appliances that I Continue Reading »

Honey-Do List

Published under News on 06/04/2014

Honey-Do List: June Get ahead of the around-the-house to-do list with this month’s Honey-Do list. VICTORIA LEETODAY With summer around the corner, the days are getting longer…and so is the honey-do list. To help you out, we’ll be featuring a “Honey-Do List” at the beginning of each month to make sure you stay ahead of those around-the-house projects. Here is Continue Reading »

Is My Urban Garden’s Dirt Clean?

Published under News,Real Estate on 05/29/2014

See original post on ColdwellBanker.com here. I have been anxiously waiting this Memorial Day weekend to bring back to life an overgrown flower bed at our new house in Atlanta. I ended up with extra planting space so decided to let my container herb garden freely spread its roots in the backyard soil. Then it occurred to me this morning Continue Reading »

Eye On LA Explores Utah

Published under St. George Utah on 05/01/2012

Eye on LA (KABC) took a road trip up to St. George Utah and filmed some great scenery. Broadcast journalist Tina Malave and some of the Eye on LA crew came to St. George Utah and spent 3 days away from the big city life in Los Angeles to explore the beauty of Southern Utah. St. George Utah has been Continue Reading »

Tiny changes can go a long way when selling your home

Published under Selling on 03/01/2012

Selling a home can seem like a tedious task and it’s common for homeowners to feel discouraged if their home doesn’t sell right away. But the truth is, image is everything and making small changes to spruce up a property can make a home much more appealing to the general public. After a home has been inspected, scrubbed down and Continue Reading »

Avoid common faux pas during an open house

Published under Selling on 03/01/2012

An open house is a chance for homeowners to show off their home and boost bids from potential buyers. Real estate agents can help owners avoid common mistakes which can hurt their chances of selling their home. Preparation is the key to selling a home and most real estate agents agree that first impressions can make or break a sale. Continue Reading »

Poor home listing details could derail a home sale

Published under Selling on 03/01/2012

Selling a home is like selling any other type of product. It requires smart advertising to attract individuals before potential buyers will actually venture out to see the place. A home listing may be the first place a buyer learns about a new home that is up for sale and many will glaze over the listing looking for particular details. Continue Reading »

Working with a real estate agent effectively to buy a home

Published under Buying on 03/01/2012

A good real estate agent can support and assist his clients, but how they handle the process of searching for and buying a home will affect how helpful he or she can be. One agent told MSN Real Estate that he once had clients refuse to enter eight out of 10 houses they were scheduled to visit because of the Continue Reading »

Which home repairs should you prioritize?

Published under Buying on 03/01/2012

Buying a home can be an expensive endeavor, and many potential buyers choose to shave a couple bucks off the final price by purchasing starter homes or properties that need a few repairs. And while this strategy can be an effective way to save money and, in some cases, personalize the house, knowing which repairs are more pressing can help Continue Reading »