March 2019

Found 3 blog entries for March 2019.

These Herbs Liven up Meals and your Property

The weather is starting to break. We will hit 70 + degrees Friday and Saturday, and the birds are super active. Now is a great time to get some early Spring planting done. Even easier, grow some herbs. They can jazz up your cooking instantly. You can also herbs to make teas.

Plus, they make a home and yard look more valuable. If you plan on selling your home soon, having an herb garden is not going to be THE key factor in selling your home for top dollar, but if you don't think some buyers - especially health conscious buyers who like greens and herbs - aren't influenced by a home that shows well and has a nice herb garden, you're missing out.

Here are my Top 8 that my family grows, and

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How to get above 100% ROI on a Kitchen Renovation

Kitchen Renovations That Pay Off Big

Any major kitchen renovation can cost tens of thousands of dollars. And while you may love the end result, your home's valuation may not.

It's not to say you can't just renovate your kitchen because you want to. It's your house. You can do whatever you want. But if you're about to renovate your kitchen, or even pondering it - and you want to do it in a way that gives you more enjoyment, and returns your investment - how do you go about this?

For the purpose of this article, let's focus on the unusually bold claim of getting a big return on a kitchen renovation. With the average ROI of kitchen renovations (according to a multitude of renovation surveys) ranging from between 60% to 80%, it's

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Creating Wealth through Home Ownership

Real Estate can be the best way to get on the path to real wealth.  About 90% of Millionaires are wealthy through real estate.  Whether you're ready to buy now, or, we sit down and create a specific plan now for YOU to buy in the near future... the sooner you decide to commit to this outcome the sooner you can start building Equity!  Did you know there are opportunity zones in Montgomery County?
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You hear the term 'Redlining' and the effects on lower-income neighborhoods. It's a topic frequently discussed... and we're seeing it make the news more and more. One issue, are properties within these areas that are shells or foreclosed… thus affecting the value of neighboring homes.  Appraisers need ‘sold…
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