Trying To Sell A House? Do This First
There are things most homeowners miss when preparing to sell a home. They are simple things. They are easy things. They are things our System members wish every homeowner did.
5 Tips For Selling Homes In Tourist Towns
Selling in a popular travel destination? Here are some tips from CENTURY 21 System members to help you bring out the best in your listings.
7 Things to Consider Before Buying a Fixer-Upper
Renovating a fixer-upper house is often harder than it seems. Here are seven things to keep in mind before you invest in a money pit.
Duct Tape, Toothpaste to the Rescue
Channel your inner MacGyver by using common household objects to solve home repair dilemmas.
Keeping Cool Outdoors
Learn about a few products that can help you stay cool when you're enjoying the outdoors.
August 15, 2011
from Real Estate Today Radio © NAR
Small Home Renovations Buy Time
August 18, 2011
By Melissa Rayworth For The Associated Press
It’s a reality of our fragile economy: Many home owners who dream of the perfect kitchen or master bath are putting full-scale renovations on hold in favor of more limited changes.
5 Questions to Help You Buy the Right Dishwasher
August 17, 2011
By Richard Baguley, Reviewed.com
Buying a new dishwasher can be puzzling, because there are so many models to choose from. But asking a few questions can help you narrow the field. Here are five things to consider when buying a dishwasher:
Bedbugs Now Found Nearly Everywhere, Pest Pros Say
August 17, 2011
A whopping 99% of U.S. pest management pros say they’ve been asked to get rid of bedbugs in the past year, says the 2011 Bugs Without Borders Survey conducted by the National Pest Management Association and the University of Kentucky.
6 Simple Tips to Cut Summer Electricity Costs
August 9, 2011
High summer electricity usage can be a pain in the pocketbook. As temperatures continue to hover around the triple-digit mark in many areas, home owners are seeking relief indoors and cranking down their thermostats, which can lead to higher cooling costs and higher electricity bills.
‘Cloud’ Computers Could Heat Homes
August 5, 2011
Microsoft says installing cloud computing servers into homes and businesses could heat them instead of wasting energy by cooling the air in server data centers.