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Posted on 06/07/2020
Tips on Building the Right Potting Bench for You
Photo by Andy via Pixabay A potting bench can provide you with a place to work on your garden, from starting seeds to grafting and transplanting. Ideally, your bench should be at a comfortable height for you to work at, be sturdy enough to support plants and tools and enhance the look of your yard. You have several...
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Posted on 05/31/2020
Homebuying Pitfalls To Avoid
Image by Chanh Nguyen from Pixabay Buying a home ranks among the largest purchases everyday people make in their entire lifetimes. If you have gone through the process at least once, you probably gained some valuable life lessons. Whether it’s time to purchase a larger home for a growing family or downsize to a more manageable living space,...
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Posted on 05/24/2020
List Your Florida Luxury Home for a Reasonable Price
If you intend to sell a luxury house in Jacksonville, Boca Raton or any other Florida city or town, it generally is a good idea to set a reasonable initial asking price for your home. Because if you fail to price your Sunshine State luxury house appropriately, you may struggle to generate interest in your residence. Ultimately, there are...
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Posted on 05/19/2020
3407 Surfside Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33914 now has a new price of $55,000!
Location, Location, Location. This property is in an exclusive Well sought after neighborhood on the west side of Cape Coral where the average home is above the norm. This property is surrounded by homes that have a high property value and the neighborhood is established. The Cape Area has a lot of land for sale but rare gems or hard to find. This one may not last long and the Seller is motivated. When you move into a neighborhood in Cape Coral you want great streets, great neighbors, and homes that may keep your newly built home property value moving up in value, not a decreasing. If this kind of property interests you please feel free to...
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Posted on 05/17/2020
How is a Land Contract Different than an Mortgage?
Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay A land contract and a mortgage have a number of similarities. For example, you can use either option to purchase a home Both loans must be repaid on a monthly basis. Understanding the Differences A land contract is a legal agreement between a buyer and a seller. Rather than a traditional mortgage...
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Posted on 05/10/2020
Selling: How to Boost Your Curb Appeal
Photo by Javani LLC via Shutterstock Before you ever place your home on the market, start working on curb appeal. What’s curb appeal? It’s the first thing that makes people want to take a second look when they drive by. If they’re house shopping or just dreaming for the future, a home with curb appeal will bring them...
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Posted on 05/03/2020
Property Investing: How to Find Capital in Your First Property
Photo by Jonathan Rolande via Pixabay Dipping your toes in the real estate investing waters can feel intimidating--especially when it comes to making a large up-front investment. Although there are ways to get started in real estate with lower up-front costs (low- or no-down payment VA and FHA loans, for instance), it's smart to have some savings to...
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Posted on 04/26/2020
Problems You Can Prevent When Buying a Home
The last thing you want to experience after purchasing a new home is "buyer's remorse!" With that in mind, it pays to look at all angles when house shopping. Although emotions and first impressions are going to play a big role in your home-buying decisions, a thoughtful analysis of the pros and cons of every home that appeals to...
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Posted on 04/19/2020
How to Help Prevent Water Damage
Photo by Steve Buissinne via Pixabay Some leaks are obvious -- coming home to a soggy rug or soaked floor is a pretty good indicator that you have some plumbing trouble -- but others are more discreet and can lead to a costly water bill and home damage if you don't catch them. Mold and mildew can develop...
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Posted on 04/12/2020
Heat Tolerant Annuals for Southern Gardens
Photo by mschiffm via Pixabay In most parts of the country, deep summer is when residential gardens are at their best. Well-watered lawns are lush and green, vegetable plots are thriving and annuals in flower beds, hanging baskets and containers. In the American South, however, the warmest part of the summer is also the most lackluster simply because...
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Posted on 04/08/2020
Another Property Sold - 1502 NE 10th Ter, Cape Coral, FL 33909
NEW ROOF and completely REMODELED Pool Home. This house comes with custom-built decks in the back yard. This home is PRICED TO SELL for people who like to not only swim in the screened lanai area but enjoy their yard as well with an outside shower. Home is located in NE Cape Coral minutes away from shopping, and restaurants. Lowe’s , Home Depot. The Assessments put in but they may not be connected until 2020 and the new owner will be given a 6-month prior notice. The Sellers are looking for realistic offers. The Sellers have also updated the AC unit last year to a 4-ton unit. The home has accordion type fast connections hurricane shutters...
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Posted on 04/05/2020
Factors to Consider Before You Buy a Second House
The decision to purchase a second home may be one of the biggest choices you will make in your lifetime. As such, it is important to consider all of the factors associated with a house purchase before you embark on a quest to acquire a second residence. Now, let's take a look at three key factors to evaluate as...
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