Home Buying Checklist: What Else Does ‘Location’ Mean?

“Location, location, location” are the cornerstones of property value and neighborhood popularity. Evaluating this seemingly-simple, triple-impact factor goes beyond merely checking out the street address. “Click here to read.”

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Popular Projects

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Remodeling Your Home Office To Increase Productivity

Working from home is both a luxury and a curse. Sure, you don’t have to fight with traffic or even get dressed in the morning, but the line between home and work can begin to blur to the point where you’re not sure if you’re working from home or living at work. Additionally, it is much easier to get distracted when your office is part of your house. Kids, pets, phone, doorbell — these distractions can add up to sensory overload and prevent you from working productively. “Click here to read.”

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Six Surprising Retirement Trends You Need To Know

Tiny homes. Rockin’ communities where Jimmy Buffet is your spirit animal. Rockin’ a strenuous hike minutes from home. Yeah, this is not your Grandfather’s retirement.

Long gone are the days when people packed it in and moved to a nice, calm little home for the aging in Florida the day they turn 65. Not only are people working longer today, but they are looking for more out of their retirement – more fun and excitement, more job opportunities, and more opportunity to hang out with family. If you’re getting ready to retire, these are the trends you’ll want to know about. “Click here to read.”

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What’s In A Home Value?

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Summer Savers: 9 Things You Can Do Now To Protect Your Home Before The Heat Hits

Things are heating up and school is winding down. That mean’s summer is right around the corner. But it’s not all flip-flops and sunglasses and smiles. Summer is also hot and sweaty and often expensive when you’re trying not to be hot and sweaty, or you just want your home to run more efficiently. There are things you can do and changes you can make now to save money this summer. “Click here to read.”

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Loving That Living Landscape

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How To Keep Paint From Peeling In Your Home

You may notice it in the bathroom, above the shower, or on your windows alongside the panes of glass. Anywhere moisture can get trapped under paint, peeling paint will result.

Windows and mirrors sweat. Bathrooms and kitchens retain more humidity than other areas of the house. When wood absorbs moisture, it expands and crumbles, allowing the primer and paint on top to lose their grip. Aging paint or improperly prepared paint can easily lose integrity. Even some preventative measures can fail, such as caulking, which can lose its elasticity and allow seepage. “Click here to read.”

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4 of the Best and Worst Home Improvement Projects

Considering some potential home improvement projects in the near future? If that’s the case, it’s imperative you do your homework. While some renovation ideas tend to add value to one’s home, others equate to throwing money down the drain and getting nothing in return.

With this in mind, here are four of the best and worst home renovation ideas, as well as some resources that can help you decide what to improve and what to leave as is: “Click here to read.”

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April 2018 Real Estate Activities for San Marino

We had a very “slow” month in San Marino & considering the time of the year! There were only 8 recorded sales, with one as a private sale. And there were nothing sold over $1K/sqft for the 1st time in 3 months! The highest sold was $4.59M on Euston at $988/sqft, and the lowest sold was the private sale on Doresta for $1.05M at $576/sqft!

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