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4 Quick and Easy Ways to Brighten Up a Living Room

If your living room is looking old and tired, try brightening it up with these simple tips.
Posted by Tatiana Blanco on April 04, 2016 in No Category
LINDSAY LISTANSKIGuest Post by HomeAdvisor No matter where you live or what kind of home you own, you probably spend a lot of time in the living room. Generally, the living room is the focal point of the home — the place where friends and family members gather. So, it’s important to keep it looking its best. #1 Add a fresh coat of paint. A fresh coat of paint is the simplest and least expensive way to lighten and brighten your living space. A dark-colored living room can look cold and uninviting. Sim... read more
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Is Your Home Affecting Your Health?

Your home is a safe haven. But, there are ways your home can damage your health.
Posted by Tatiana Blanco on March 25, 2016 in No Category
LINDSAY LISTANSKIA healthy home is a happy home. What do we mean? Well, did you know about these seven home hazards that could be affecting your health? Not to worry, our friends at HomeAdvisor tackle how to identify them as well as how to fix them. #1 Mold, fungus and mildew Aside from their smell and unsightly nature, mold, fungus and mildew can pose a serious threat to your health. If you notice any signs of these hazards (especially mold and mildew), have them removed immediately. #2 Water-borne polluta... read more
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Best Practices for Paying Off Your Mortgage

In the last post in a three-part series about deciphering mortgages, Coldwell Banker Real Estate Market Specialist Les Christie
Posted by Tatiana Blanco on March 21, 2016 in No Category
LES CHRISTIEChoosing the right mortgage can be challenging, but it’s really only the first of many hurdles on your trajectory to owning your home. Once you’ve locked your mortgage in, you then have to decide how to pay it off in the most efficient manner – without spreading yourself too thin. Here are some things to consider and best practices to follow. Points: To Pay or Not to Pay? When comparing interest rates from different lenders, don’t forget about points. These upfront payments are... read more
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Construction Planning for Your Kitchen Remodel

The ultimate guide to planning a kitchen remodel presented by Home Depot & Coldwell Banker Real Estate.
Posted by Tatiana Blanco on March 16, 2016 in No Category
LINDSAY LISTANSKIKitchen-remodeling projects should follow a logical work sequence, as those that don’t are subject to problems down the line. In this post, we’ll provide a typical progression of work for a moderate remodeling project. While your remodeling might not encompass all of the steps shown, this construction list will give you a good idea of what to expect: Tip: Create an indoor staging area for storing materials and supplies, including lumber, tools, paint, flooring and cabine... read more
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A St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Alternative If Corned Beef Isn’t Your Thing

Corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day – you either love it or hate it – there is no in between.
Posted by Tatiana Blanco on March 16, 2016 in No Category
LINDSAY LISTANSKIIf you are one of those people who politely pass on the traditional Irish dinner of Corned Beef then I have a delicious alternative that has been a hit at every family party I have served it at. These little cups of deliciousness are rich, creamy and a great way to make a memorable meal for the holiday. Mini Shepard’s Pie Recipe | Original Recipe via The Food Network Total Time: 55 Minutes (Prep 10 Cook 45) Yields 12 Mini Pies Ingredients Cooking Spray 1 Can Biscuits (12) 2 Tbsp O... read more
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