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DIY projects to help whip winter
The leaves are falling off the trees, the birds are flying south and you can feel the temperature dropping. Winter is on its way and while squirrels pack away food, you’ll be relieved to know that you still have time to finish some projects listed below to get your home ready for winter.

Timely, Budget-Friendly Solutions for Getting your House Ready for the Holidays
The fun chaos of the holidays is right around the corner. Family gatherings to plan, delicious meals to prepare, gifts to find and purchase, and a house to decorate ... the list goes on!

Get the Low Down on Low Down Payments
You may have heard the rule of thumb that you shouldn’t buy a home unless you can put down 20 percent of the purchase price. However, today’s home buyers have many choices when it comes to the size of the down payment.

Termite Bonds
In Savannah, termites are prevalent, destructive and often costly, as our environment is ideal for them. In and around the area there are Formosan subterranean (underground) termites, as well as other species of wood eating organisms.

Moving Mom…the Next Step How can VA Benefits Help you?
Frequently, I am meeting with clients to discuss a move out of necessity and Assisted Living options. One of my first questions is to ask whether my client has served in the military. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers a plethora of benefits to qualified veterans and their surviving spouses. When it comes to Assisted Living benefits, they can be substantial.

Energy-Efficient Home Trends for 2015 and Beyond
One of the top trends driving today’s housing market is the demand for energy-efficient homes that don’t sacrifice comfort for quality. If you’re looking to purchase a new home, green features can save money both now and in the future, with numerous earth-friendly benefits. Here’s what is trending for 2015 and beyond.

Moving Mom…the Next Step Transitioning Through Continuing Care II
Reverend John Ashley, a friend to my mother and me, asked that I write about transitioning from Independent Living into Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing care. Reverend Ashley was a former manager of an Independent Living facility in Buckhead, Ga, which was owned by the Georgia Baptist Convention. Often, he faced the difficult job of telling his residents and their families that it was time for them to move to a facility that offered additional care.

The Heart of Your Home: The Kitchen
When asking any REALTOR®, home stager or investor, typically they all will say the heart and soul of a home is the kitchen. The nucleus of the home’s activities are either in or geared around the kitchen.

4 Tips to Make Home Maintenance Easier
Some home maintenance jobs require a significant investment of time and specialized equipment, but there are many projects you can accomplish efficiently with basic tools and the right approach. Follow these tips to get started:

Save on Splurge-Worthy Home Styles
In the fashion and design world, alternative materials that emulate high-end looks are trendy not only for their lower price point and low maintenance qualities, but thanks to advancements in design and technology, are often hard to differentiate from the real thing.

Right of First Refusal
In the past month or so we have been working on the contract for a unique piece or, in this case, pieces of real estate. When we received an offer on one of the properties, we discussed with the buyer’s agent an option or stipulation in the offer for the “Right of First Refusal” or ROFR on the adjacent piece.

Keep Winter Energy Bills in Check
As winter temperatures drop, the potential for higher utility bills goes up. Taking steps ahead of the cold season can help you trim costs and make your home more energy efficient, keeping those utility bills in check even as the winter weather rages.

Tips to Prevent Slips and Falls in Your Bathroom
Roughly 234,000 injuries occur in the bathroom annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And while children and adults over 70 are most at risk, more than half of all injuries involve people between ages 25 and 64.

Keep Winter Energy Bills in Check
As winter temperatures drop, the potential for higher utility bills goes up. Taking steps ahead of the cold season can help you trim costs and make your home more energy efficient, keeping those utility bills in check even as the winter weather rages.

Right of First Refusal
In the past month or so we have been working on the contract for a unique piece or, in this case, pieces of real estate. When we received an offer on one of the properties, we discussed with the buyer’s agent an option or stipulation in the offer for the “Right of First Refusal” or ROFR on the adjacent piece.

Moving Mom…the Next Step Transitioning Through Continuing Care
Making the move to a retirement community is a life changing decision. Perhaps the “big house” is the only place you have lived for 50 years and,not surprisingly, stuff has accumulated. Sorting through it all is so tiring – you put it off until tomorrow, or next week, or forever. Sound familiar?

Millennials: How to Make Your Home Ownership Dreams a Reality
Millennials: How to Make Your Home Ownership Dreams a Reality

Factors that Impact a Home’s Value
It may seem like the size of your home is the be-all and end-all of your home’s value. But there are many other factors that come into play when determining the listing price of a particular home.

Your Realtor® is your Ally
On every listing appointment I schedule, I always mention and discuss with the seller that the sole objective of this business relationship is to attend a successful closing. That objective and goal should always be the most important priority of both the seller and their REALTOR®.

Tips on How to Prepare Your Windows and Doors for Winter and Save Energy
How much do you spend on utilities? Are you looking for ways to save? A typical American household spends about $2,100 on energy bills each year, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).



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