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June 2016

Found 3 blog entries for June 2016.

Many people are inundated with commercials and advertisements that try to sell home automation to them. For individuals who plan to stay in their houses for their entire lives, the decision to purchase a system depends solely upon their wants. However, people who want to sell their house need to decide if a home automation system is appropriate. Making the wrong decision can lead to the house staying on the market for a protracted period of time or to a lower sum of money offered for the property. Considering the benefits and drawbacks of home automation and house value is important.

Actual House Value

You must understand that the precise definition of value and the abstract definition of value are not the same. When you first consider home

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If you're in the process of buying a house or are getting ready to, you may be overwhelmed by all the possibilities - and all the details. It can be easy to lose sight of some of the things that are important to you when you're seduced by pretty counter tops or kids playing out on the street. Making a checklist of those must-haves will help keep you on track.

Is the bedroom count and general floor plan workable? You may be tempted by a house that's nicely staged and has that elegant-yet-warm feel you want. But look beyond the furnishings to make sure what you need is what the house has.

Is there a place for your dogs to hang out? And is there a place for the dog bowls to go? This only seems like a little thing until you're moved in and are…
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Planning to sell your home this summer? You may have a little - or a lot - to do in order to get your home market ready. But you don't need a huge budget. These 10 tips can help you get it looking great with little effort, and cash.

1. Paint

Crisp white walls are great in a 1920s Spanish. For most other homes, a splash of color is an easy way to warm up the space, make it look more updated, and banish fingerprints and stains. Use a soft neutral tone like pale gray for a modern look.

2. Address your front door

A fresh coat of paint on your front door is a quick fix that pops with potential. Use a bright color like red or yellow to differentiate your home from others and make it shine from the street.

If your door really can't be

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