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Posted on 05/17/2022
Dwelling coverage explained
Dwelling coverage is a crucial part of every standard homeowners insurance policy. Dwelling coverage can help you in the event the physical structure of your home incurs serious damage. However, it’s important to understand what types of damage are covered. Here is a basic guide to the types of damage covered by your dwelling insurance: Why you need...
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Posted on 05/10/2022
DIY Guide: Self-Watering Bottle Planter
If you’ve ever gone on vacation and worried about your houseplants not getting watered, a self-watering planter is a smart option. Unfortunately, many of these planters available to buy are expensive and hard to find. Luckily there are ways to make your own while recycling old items at the same time. Here are some tips for making your...
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Posted on 05/08/2022
Sacramento, CA Real Estate Market Update 5/8/2022
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Posted on 05/03/2022
What to Do Your First Day in Your New Home
Moving is a strenuous process, and it’s common to feel exhausted after it’s over. For some, the first few days in your new home can feel even more overwhelming than the weeks before the move. Luckily, there are some simple things you can do to stay organized and maintain your moving momentum to feel comfortable in your new...
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Posted on 04/26/2022
Outdoor deck materials: Making the right choice for your outdoor space
If you’re considering adding an outdoor deck to your renovation to-do list, one of the first steps is to choose your building materials. With so many options available, making the best choice for your outdoor living space might seem like a daunting task. Here is a basic guide of the most popular deck materials to help you get...
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Posted on 04/22/2022
San Francisco, CA Real Estate Market Update 4/22/2022
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Posted on 04/19/2022
Design Tips for Making Your Bedroom Cozy
In the design world, the term cozy is often mistaken for small. While the two characteristics certainly overlap in many cases, it’s still entirely possible for larger, open spaces to be cozy. The key to coziness is a sense of closeness and tactile comfort. By utilizing these two concepts you can make virtually any room in your home...
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Posted on 04/12/2022
Living Room Curtain Ideas to Inspire
The right window treatments can add personality and depth to any room. No matter the size or amount of windows in a space, curtains are a key part of your interior design and personal style. If you’re wanting to refresh the look of your living room with new curtains, here are some great ideas to inspire you: Matching...
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Posted on 04/06/2022
Sacramento, CA Real Estate Market Update 4/6/2022
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Posted on 04/05/2022
Your Guide to Pressing Leaves for Artwork
Some might be familiar with the old practice of pressing leaves or flowers inside books to keep them preserved. While this is a fun way to keep and dry plants, you miss out on the opportunity to display those plants as art in your home. If you have fallen leaves from your houseplants or from the outside world...
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Posted on 04/01/2022
Another Property Sold - 1077 Rankin Drive, Milpitas, CA 95035
Quintessential original Milpitas home, updated, in a coveted location. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, one ensuite, 2 car attached garage, formal living room. A rated schools, large back and door yard, potential boat, RV parking, additional car parking storage. Mature fruit trees (persimmon, nectarine) in a grand scale yard with shed. Room to add an adu or addition (or both) check with county for allowed expansion/adu possibilities. Three miles to Milpitas...
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Posted on 03/29/2022
How Working With a Contractor on a Fixer-Upper Can Result in Higher Equity
When everyday people dive into renovating a fixer-upper, they often regret not enlisting the support of a contractor in advance. The lucrative return on investment of reality shows sometimes oversimplifies the process. As construction professionals sometimes warn, what you don't know can cost money. That's why it's essential to work with a contractor when considering a house-flip or...
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