Monthly Archives: July 2018

How Movers Move Their Own Stuff: 8 Insider Hacks You’ll Be Glad to Know

Before I was married, I moved a lot (my friends gave me the nickname of Gypsy). After moving more than a dozen times (not an exaggeration) , you learn there are short-cuts that can help ease the pain of moving … Continue reading

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New Construction: What a Builder Warranty Covers

So you’re buying a newly constructed home, and it comes with a builder warranty. Awesome! That means that the builder will assume financial responsibility for anything that breaks, right? Well, not exactly. A builder warranty is issued to most new constructions, but it … Continue reading

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BUY Move or Improve? How to Decide

There comes a time when every homeowner will spread their arms, look around, and say, “This house feels too small.” Perhaps your kids have outgrown their bunk beds, or your partner’s startup blew up, and now every inch of your … Continue reading

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City of Maricopa – Market Update for June 2018

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Cromford Report – Phoenix Metro Real Estate Update as of July 6, 2018 with commentary

   

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Swimming Pools…aaaahhhh

Do I have our attention? When it’s hot outside, swimming pools are a wonderful thing to have in your own backyard. I found a great website to help you build and/or care for your existing pool. Check out Tripsavvy.com Essentials … Continue reading

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The world’s first family to live in a 3D-printed home

A family in France has become the first in the world to move into a 3D-printed house. The four-bedroom property is a prototype for bigger projects aiming to make housebuilding quicker and cheaper. Could it cause a shift in the … Continue reading

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