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How to Style a Centerpiece

April 14th, 2014

Use your centerpiece to infuse personality and creativity into your dinner party or event. Here are seven creative and simple centerpiece ideas that you and your guests will love! 1. Flowers: Flowers are a very common centerpiece. Choose flowers that complement one another and match the decor of your room or the theme of the event….Read More »

A Day in the Garden: Paint Palette

April 12th, 2014

    Use this bold and vibrant color palette to decorate your home!   What: This palette is inspired by one of our favorite springtime pastimes, gardening. Where: Let your garden inspire your outdoor decor! Section off your deck or patio with a large area rug in honey to provide a contrast to your wood furniture. Paint…Read More »

Barb Maxon Testimonial from Larsen

April 11th, 2014

Barb (Maxon) is all of the above and then some. She listened to our needs, explained the best approach and then followed through. Ahd she is a nice person! Larsen

10 Secrets for Making Your Bedroom Feel Larger

April 10th, 2014

In the words of David Bowie, you can make a few small “ch-ch-ch-ch-changes” to make your bedroom feel much larger with these ten tips. 1. Use Light Colored Paint: When Women’s Day author Kim Fusaro interviewed Sabrina Soto, one of Target’s Home Style Experts, she learned to paint rooms light colors because, “light colors reflect and multiply light,…Read More »

Steps to Buying a Home

April 9th, 2014

Follow these steps to buying your first home: Choose a REALTOR® A licensed real estate agent will help you determine your house needs, show you homes, help you negotiate an offer and educate you through the entire process.  It’s best to choose just one REALTOR® to work with. They will understand your situation more fully…Read More »

Eric Banks Testimonial from Meyers

April 8th, 2014

Eric has been a fabulous resource for us and he showed a lot of patience as we determined what we needed. Meyers

A Real Estate Career

April 6th, 2014

Recently I made the decision to go into Real Estate,  the most flexible career I could find, with a husband out of town most of the time and a teenage daughter at home.  So I started this process back in September. The  first step, I went to a United Real Estate seminar, where I learned…Read More »

Feeling Like You Need A Change?

April 5th, 2014

Maybe you just want the latest and the greatest or you need more space for the two kids you didn’t have when you bought your home a few years ago. If you read the paper or watch the news, you may be afraid that now is not the time to sell your home and move up to that new…Read More »

Home Selling Tip | Smart Way To Look At Home Improvements

April 4th, 2014

What home improvements really pay off when the time comes to sell your house? That’s an important question for any homeowner contemplating moving or remodeling.  And the only possible answer is a somewhat complicated one. That answer starts with the fact that really major improvements – room additions, total replacements of kitchens and baths, etc.,…Read More »

10 Commercial Real Estate Terms You Need to Know

April 3rd, 2014

Getting ready to enter the commercial real estate market?  If you are looking to rent or buy space for your small business, it’s well worth knowing some of the common terms that are used widely in this industry so that you and your real estate agent are talking the same language. From abatements to zoning…Read More »