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Need to Lower Your Texas Utility Bills in 2011? Had a shocking Utility bill in 2011? The Texas Mail-in Appliance Rebate Program ended in March, but you can still get in on some of the Federal Tax Credits for certain upgrades. We have another blazing hot Texas summer ahead of us. In addition to checking… Click to Continue
Swimming pools are expensive. Most home owners who plan to put one in have one burning question: “Will I get my money back?”[Click to Continue . . .]
Homes That Are Clean and Staged Sell Faster I pre-viewed a FSBO (For Sale By Owner) recently. The homeowner had done an impressive amount of work, but missed a something that will impact the price he can expect to receive for his property. He nailed two of the three fundamental steps in getting his property… Click to Continue
If you have a lot of junk cluttering up your home, clean it out before the real estate appraiser arrives.
Do You Know How to FSBO? Some homeowners choose to try to sell their homes For Sale by Owner (FSBO, pronounced “Fizz-Bo”) before enlisting the assistance of a real estate agent. Although fewer than 25% of FSBOs properties sell, if you’re not in a hurry to move on to your next place, you can try… Click to Continue
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Bathroom Before and After Got an old bathroom? Or worse, one that was “updated” but never quite finished? This bathroom was one of those – a project that never quite made it to the finish line. I’ll admit – this one is mine, a project I decided I HAD to do when I was pregnant… Click to Continue
Some times the freshest look is the one that has the least going on. See bathroom tile ideas using eco-conscious rectangular tile. [Click to Continue . . .]
Replacement closet doors can give your old home an affordable update. [Click to Continue . . .]
The cost of painting a house extends well beyond the cost of the paint. Read what you need to know for painting your Austin, Texas home. [Click to Continue . . .]