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Last updated: January 23, 2020 • Real Estate, Spotlight

The city of Fairfax, VA

If you find yourself traveling to northern Virginia and you are wondering what new things you can experience here then we have some good news for you. The city of Fairfax is a small city inside the boundaries of Fairfax county but separated politically from the county.  The city of Fairfax, also known as Old …

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Last updated: January 16, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate News, Real Estate Trends

What are home buyers looking for in 2020

We have a new decade before us and you could already see yourself settled in your dream home, with all the features and the design you have always wanted. Year 2020 could be the year that dream becomes a reality and you find fulfilment in reaching for the American dream of homeownership. Probably you’ve been …

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Last updated: January 10, 2020 • Home Improvement, Real Estate

Downsizing 101: 6 Tips to Create a Spacious Design in Your Small Apartment

You’ve really enjoyed your 3500 square foot suburban home but now with all of the kids out of the house, being an empty nester, and retirement approaching, you’ve found that you just don’t need all of the space you have now. You’ve always dreamed of living downtown in the center of the city, and the …

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Last updated: December 23, 2019 • Lifestyle

The Joy of Donating Household Items

Americans donated 2.1% of their GDP in 2017, according to Gallup, which places our nation among the most generous countries on the planet. Tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, and wildfires are just a few acts of God who taught us the importance of being big-hearted and near those in need. Donating household items or money regularly …

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Last updated: December 19, 2019 • Lifestyle

Christmas Around the World: Unique Traditions in 5 Countries

Every year, the first day of December brings familiar sights to storefronts, living rooms, and city streets across America. In stores, toys, electronics, and other Christmas wares will overflow the shelves, as kids mill through the aisles pointing and clamoring, while parents ruefully eye the price tags of Lego sets and iPhones. In homes, Christmas …

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