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January 9, 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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November 30, 2017 • Home Decorating Tips

6 Unique Winter Gardening Ideas

As fall rolls around, many people start to wonder how they can upgrade their garden to look good through the winter—without breaking their wallet to afford a greenhouse. Gardening is a great way to add a bit of color and personality to your home, and not every gardening solution has to yield flowers or traditional …

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November 28, 2017 • Real Estate Agent

Creating a Real Estate Agent Tagline

Any real estate agent in Naples, Florida, can tell you competition is fierce. Having a strong tagline that is easy to remember, can be one of the things that makes you stand out to potential home buyers and sellers. A great tagline brings you clients by the dozens if it is catchy, simple and memorable …

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November 21, 2017 • Home Selling Tips

Scents that Attract Home Buyers During an Open House in the Fall & Winter Months

Believe it or not, when a person walks into a home for the first time, the smell that first resonates, is the memory they will hold in their mind moving forward about the home they have entered. It is their “first impression” for the house, therefore it’s important that their first impression or in this …

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October 17, 2017 • Real Estate Holiday Related

It’s Fall, and that Means Cobwebs in Homes Across the USA!

Everyone has seen them – the wispy clusters in the corners by the ceiling, behind furniture, and around electrical cords running around the wall.  What are cobwebs, where do they come from, how are they made, and when are they most likely to appear? Most importantly, which method is best for getting rid of them? …

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