May 2020

Found 15 blog entries for May 2020.

With over 5 million homes sold every year, it can be intimidating to know where to start. 

One of the best ways to start a bidding war and increase the desire for your home is to host an open house.

Keep reading to discover 5 ways to increase traffic to your open house. 

Increase Traffic To Open House

Maximize Curb Appeal

One of the best ways to increase foot traffic is to maximize your home's curb appeal. As much as someone might like the photo of the bathroom that you posted online, if they think the lawn is overgrown and ugly, they'll probably keep driving. 

The lawn should be groomed, the mailbox freshly painted, and the front porch clean. These landscape lighting options can really jazz up a front or back lawn and offer more incentive for buyers. 


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While the holiday has come to be known as the unofficial start to summer and barbecue season, let us not forget its roots and the reverence it deserves. 

It Was Once Known By Another Name

Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day, which came from the early tradition of decorating the graves of fallen Civil War soldiers with flowers and flags.

Decoration Day was first widely observed on May 30, 1868 to commemorate those who lost their lives in the Civil War by proclamation of General John A. Logan of the Grand Army of the Republic (an organization of former soldiers and sailors). Logan declared: “Americans should lay flowers and decorate the graves of the war dead whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village and hamlet

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If you are starting a Shopify store or have had one for some time, you should know that a product-based business can be difficult to scale.

As you grow, order fulfillment needs will grow as well and you'll need to make sure you can meet the needs of your customers.

How can you fulfill all of your orders and meet the other demands your store requires?

With the use of warehouse services, you'll be able to outsource this task and spend your time doing other things for your business. Keep reading to learn more.

Best Warehouse Services For Shopify Store

Why Should You Use Third Party Warehouse Services?

Outsourcing your order warehouse services is a necessary step to grow your Shopify business. You'll be able to get lower shipping rates, lower operating costs, and a larger reach

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Buying Homes In Summit Valley

The fact is that living of today is fast, that cities are overbooked, and that most of us are used to the everyday hustle and bustle. But it seems that, slowly but surely, people are increasingly 'running away' from the cities.

People who are not business-related to urban areas, seniors who have completed their working lives, but also families who want their children to grow up in healthy environments, are looking for their new homes in smaller towns. On this page, find some tips on how to get used to living in a small town.

The decision of where you will live is not easy to make. Especially moving to a smaller city can be problematic for those who have lived in larger cities so far. But, this kind of life has a vast number of advantages.

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Few things are as exciting as doing a kitchen remodel, especially if your kitchen is long due for one. Right off the bat, we’ll tell you that kitchen remodeling isn’t as easy as you’d think, and it’s not only the hard, heavy lifting. Everything from picking the right colors, and choosing fixtures and flooring can be overwhelming, to say the least.

Fortunately, there are plenty of resources, including kitchen remodel apps that will make remodeling your kitchen a breeze.  Whether you’re rocking an Android or Apple phone, there are plenty of kitchen remodel apps to help you with your kitchen renovation. All you need is a smartphone and maybe a stable internet connection, and you’re good to go.

In this piece, we’ll highlight eight incredible apps

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Homeowners spend between $100 and $140 each month on their electricity bill. But what happens when your electricity bill shoots up to over $150 or more? 

It's time to look for energy vampires lurking in your home.

If you're a new homeowner, you may not know what uses the most energy. There's no way to tell for sure which appliances are the culprits based on your power bill. Power companies don't have the resources to supply that kind of information.

That's why we've put together this helpful guide. Use it to track down the energy-draining devices in your household.

Most Energy Used In Home

The Most Likely Energy Offenders

There are four main culprits for extreme energy use. Unfortunately, these are also electronics we rely on to make life easier. 


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Are you looking to spruce up the look of your lawn?

Taking care of your lawn isn't just about making your place look nicer for you and your family. A well-manicured lawn can also improve your home's curb appeal and increase the resale value of your home. Plus, a well-cared-for lawn is good for the environment. 

What can you do to make your lawn healthier?

Check out this guide to discover the top lawn care tips you need to know. 

Lawn Tips

1. Remove Thatch, Weeds, and Moss 

Thatch, weeds, and moss not only hinder the look of your lawn, but they also prevent important nutrients from reaching the roots of your plants. This is why it's so important to remove these pesky items before they get out of control. 

With weeds, the easiest way to remove

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Most landlords prefer to engage property managementfirms to help them manage their rental property. By doing so, they relieve themselves of the responsibility of having to deal with those who rent their property. But, while this helps ease the management burden, there are many myths that landlords have about the property management business. 

These myths are easy for professional property managers to debunk but can be quite difficult for new managers and landlords to note. If you’re new to the property management business, here are five myths you need to be aware of:

  1. Property Management is Costly

When landlords think of getting professional managers to manage their properties, the first thing that comes to mind is the cost of the

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I’ve been transferred to a new city for work, and I need to sell my house asap. But, no one is buying!

If you need to relocate fast and can’t find a buyer, this can be a seriously stressful problem, especially if you can’t afford to buy in the new city until you sell your old place.

However, there are a few options that you might not have thought of when it comes to relocating. Read on to learn the five best options for what to do if your house just isn’t selling.

Sell My House ASAP

1. Reduce the Price

Why won’t my house sell? If you need to see quickly and no one is buying, you may need to lower your price.

If your area is currently a buyer’s market, there may be more houses than there are demand, unfortunately. In this case, you may need to lower your

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Did you know that approximately 5 million American homeowners replace the roofs of their houses each year? This number is expected to increase in the upcoming decade as more eco-friendly roofing options become cheaper and more accessible. 

If your roof is badly damaged and you're thinking about replacing it, you're making the right move. However, you should also be aware of roofing contractor red flags before hiring a so-called professional. This type of project is a major one that needs to be handled by competent people.

Keep the following roofing contractor warning signs in mind when hiring roofers for your project.

Roofing Contractors

Not Providing Proof of Insurance and Certification

An uninsured roofer can be a source of problems for homeowners. For

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