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Last updated: August 8, 2019 • Real Estate Around the Country

Ghost Towns in Arizona

Arizona is the 6th largest state by surface area but 42% of it is covered by coppery sand and cacti. In fact, the four of the North American deserts spread across the state’s territory, with Sonoran desert covering most of its surface. In spite of all the dryness and heat, about 7.1 million people try …

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Last updated: June 20, 2019 • Lifestyle

Mom Guilt (every mom experiences it)

Being a parent means loving your children more than you have ever loved yourself. But there is something absolutely special about being a mother. And that “something special” is not the C-section. It’s what comes out of it. A child adds joy to every single day of our lives. And that joy might get so …

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Last updated: July 17, 2019 • Selling Your Home

Is the Exterior House Color Affecting the Sale of Your Home?

Our brain is very sensitive to the colors around us. A nice color has the power to convince us to buy something even if we don’t really need it. And a nice exterior house color can attract more buyers and sell for more than the listing price. Color psychology is a young science but it …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Real Estate Agent Tips

REA App Recommendations for Agents: Be a Closer!

Applications or Phone Apps help the world go round, now more than ever. Since the dawn of smartphones, we’ve been finding a way to app-ify everything from calculators to taxis. Real estate agents aren’t excluded from this wave of ingenuity either! There are a number of apps that cater to the real estate crowd, and …

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Last updated: December 17, 2018 • Home Improvement

Snow, Mud, and Slush: Don’t Sling Dirt, Keep It Clean with These Winter Tips

The winter months are known for their holiday cheer, chilly weather, and most importantly: snow, mud and slush. While movies and television shows make snow out to be something aesthetically pleasing and scenic, many people who live in snowy areas know how troublesome it can be. Slush, muddy snow, and massive amounts of shoveling are …

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