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How to Choose an Area Rug
How to Maintain Your Water Heater
Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector before Buying your home
30 Minutes to a Clean Fridge
Clean out the Clutter


De Cluttering
Decor for your Home
Home Buying
Home Maintenance
Quick Clean Fridge
Tips For First Time Home Buyers
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How to Choose an Area Rug

Area rugs are beautiful and functional additions that work in nearly every room. Area rugs can add warmth, color and texture to a room.  Area rugs come in all shapes, styles, textures, and price points. With so many options in area rugs, it can be difficult to choose one. There are a few things you need to know to pick the perfect area rug for any room.

Area rugs can be expensive. It’s one of those design elements where you get what you pay for in terms of quality. Of course, the larger the size, the more expensive the rug.

How to Maintain Your Water Heater

It lacks the “wow” factor of a sleek stainless steel refrigerator or high-tech dishwasher, but a water heater is one of the most important appliances in the home. We rely on it to get our clothing and dishes clean, and to soak up a warm shower or bath.
Water heaters are generally quiet, reliable and efficient. There’s no reason to think about it, that is, until something goes wrong. To keep this appliance in optimal order – and avoid an icy morning shower – we recommend this simple, two-step plan:

Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector before Buying your home

When you buy a home in Las Vegas, you need to know exactly what you’re buying. Imagine how frustrated you’d be to find out that the hot water heater was not working—in the middle of a shower! This is why you should have a home inspection before you buy your home. A home inspection is an important part of buying your home. Before you hire a home inspector, ask candidates a few questions to make sure you hire a trustworthy inspector.
  1. What does your inspection cover? Not all inspections are the same.

30 Minutes to a Clean Fridge

There are plenty of reasons to clean a fridge (unidentifiable leftovers, funky odors) and one big excuse not to — namely, lack of time. But you don’t need to set aside several hours to complete a basic cleanout and scrub down. Get it done in 30 minutes when you follow this guide.
Before you start
There’s no reason to clean out your fridge the day after a big supermarket trip. Pick a day just before you go shopping, when your fridge is relatively empty.
For safety reasons, it’s a good idea to unplug your fridge before you start cleaning it.

Clean out the Clutter

Have you gone through your supply closet for more than five minutes in search of one item, it might be time to re-organize and clear out the clutter. Try these simple tips for getting rid of the clutter and making more room for yourself!
Start Small
Pick one space like a countertop or a messy drawer to tackle first and set aside just ten minutes to work. When you choose an area with strict parameters, you won’t feel quite so overwhelmed by the clutter and you’ll accomplish a lot more in the long run.

Secrets to a Great Outdoor Space

You don't have to venture far to enjoy the great outdoors this summer.  Your own backyard can be an escape from everyday stresses.  A few helpful suggestions can get the ideas flowing.
Have a vision
How will your outdoor space be used?  Some possibilities include outdoor entertaining, a  garden, kids' play area, a serene spot for relaxing, or all of the above.  Much like our homes are divided into rooms, your backyard can be separated into different areas according to their purposes.

Tips for First Time Home Buyers

Buyers who are planning the purchase of their first home continue to have a wealth of opportunities in today’s marketplace. Here are a few smart steps  to save you time and money:
Start by shoring up your credit.Makesure your credit history is as clean as possible. A few months before you start house hunting, get copies of your credit report and fix any problems you discover.
Speak to a Loan Specialist.  Before you begin your home search, speak with a qualified Loan Officer to find out your purchasing power and obtain a Pre-Approval Letter.
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