The summer months present warm weather, abundant sunshine and long hours for summer fun. While the summer is fleeting, there is still time to spend enjoying the beautiful weather outdoors. With the onset of cooler weather, comes the need to spend more and more time inside; however, you can still
Caccioppo, PhD, Realtor of CL International Real Estate Group in Pompano Beach, Florida has been distinguished by Broker*Agent Advisor as one of the best in real estate based on achievement, potential, leadership, ethics, community value, experience, capability, and trust.
Pompano Beach, FL, October 04, 2020 –(PR.com)– Broker*Agent Advisor Honors Achievement
Remodeling your home doesn’t just cost a pretty penny—major home improvement projects can take months to complete, often throwing your home into disarray in the process. However, you don’t have to spend an inordinate amount of time amidst chaos and clutter to achieve the magazine-worthy home you want.
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Now is the time to think about your lawn’s long winter’s nap.
“Working on the lawn in the fall is like an investment that pays off in the spring,” said Mike Hogan, an associate professor at Ohio State University and extension educator at the OSU Extension service
“Some work now
The Falmouth Select Board granted a blanket one-month extension to all restaurants currently licensed for outdoor dining service at its Monday, September 28, meeting. Under a previous order issued by Governor Charles D. Baker Jr., these licenses were set to expire on November 1.
“It would be most helpful
Real estate is dropping major cheddar on politics this election cycle.
As of Sept. 21 — when campaign funds last filed disclosures with the Federal Election Commission — Joseph Biden
The city of Frederick’s approval for expanded outdoor dining is set to expire at the end of this month, but extending the program that is assisting our restaurants should be a slam dunk for city officials.
The innovative program began in June, allowing restaurants to set up seating on city
CHICAGO — It’s no secret that some of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods have suffered from a certain level of financial disinvestment, often systemic and spread out over decades.
But one Chicagoan’s efforts to inject new enthusiasm and a sense of community, anchored by artistic and cultural endeavors, are attracting
Each Griswold spider skillet is marked with a stamp on the bottom of a spider in a web. Even more important is inside the skillet: the 10 inches of cast-iron cooking surface, worn smooth over 130 years. Last year, one of these rare made-in-Pennsylvania skillets went on the market with
With a family and circle of friends full of medical professionals, I’ve been lying pretty low during COVID. I’m literally surrounded by first responders, counting a fire department captain and an EMT (in charge of his shift’s COVID response) as immediate next-door neighbors. It’s been out of respect that my
The White House has run up a reportedly hefty bill to repair damage to its lawn after it was used for last month’s Republican National Convention.
The famous Rose Garden and South Lawn are undergoing extensive re-turfing as crews work to repair the damage – at cost of $79,675 (£61,504),
Home price growth in major housing markets across the globe have held up during the COVID-19 pandemic — but a few cities could be due for a sharp price correction, according to a new study.
The coronavirus pandemic has lowered demand for city living as families seek out
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By: Kristen Weaver
TULSA, Okla. –
A Tulsa summer camp is trying to help students with learning, by offering a day camp to help kids learn and take breaks to explore.
The executive director at Camp Loughridge, Jacob McIntosh, said they have a huge
After bottoming out in May and June, signed contracts in Manhattan have begun to rebound, according to a new report released Thursday by Warburg Realty.
The New York City real estate market, which despite a reputation for high prices has actually struggled through the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, is beginning to
Thanks to the fact that we’ve spent much more time at home this year than usual, home improvement projects have seen quite the increase in popularity. Thus, if you’ve been finding yourself dreaming about new dining-room furniture or zhushing up your bathroom storage (for instance), rest assured you’re not alone.
When Nina Dosanjh was in her very first role as a young leader of the San Francisco Association of Realtors, a woman at a banquet came up to her and asked a seemingly innocuous question: “What country are you from?”
When Dosanjh replied, “America,” the woman persisted. “No, really, what
Are you considering investing in private real estate? When the markets hit a downturn, it could be your time to shine.
Just because a real estate bubble caused the last recession (aka 2008) doesn’t mean that real estate values can’t increase — because they can.