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Grimy looks are the least of your problems when mold colonies march into your snug bathing area. In addition to the eye-sore, mildew also brings along a lengthy list of health hazards including rashes, headaches, respiratory problems, allergies and asthma. Though completely eliminating humidity...

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​​​You know, when you think about it, we should be obsessing over fall cleaning instead of spring cleaning. After all, you’re about to shut yourself inside for months with all the dust and dirt your home has collected during the hot, dusty, open-window days of summer. And who wants to...

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Summer brings out the creepy-crawlies: Ants marching one-by-one toward your kitchen, fruit flies swarming your ripe farmers’ market peaches, and wasps sending you and your guests scrambling from the barbecue.Don’t panic. You can get rid of these irritating bugs without expending too much...

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One of the most commonly asked questions during the summer is how high to set the thermostat. You can cut your air conditioning costs by 5 percent to 7 percent for each degree you raise your thermostat setting....

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The appetite for U.S. real estate continues to flourish, but international buyers are shifting their sights from luxury to less-pricey properties. This may be due to overall higher home prices, along with a stronger U.S. dollar, which both cost foreign buyers more at the negotiating table. There...

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What do buyers and sellers need to know to be smart about the housing market in 2016?“The 2016 housing market is forecasted to be mainly a seller’s market, filled with increasing home prices, relatively low inventory and fierce competition between buyers,” says Jonathan Smoke, chief economist...

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When selling your home, your home is only worth how much someone is willing to pay for it. If your home is clean, functioning and ready for someone else to move in, it will attract more potential buyers who are willing to pay a little extra for “move-in ready”.

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Christina Skelly

Christina Skelly

Phone 760-717-2857