At first blush, a real estate agent’s job isn’t synonymous with danger. But according to the 2020 REALTOR Safety Survey, 5% of agents have been a victim of crime and ⅓ have felt fear while at work. COVID-19 hasn’t helped, either, adding community health concerns to the mix as well.
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Many of us are used to the sound of a humming generator during hurricane season, but that doesn’t mean we should get too lax with generator safety.
“We’ve had far
As days grow shorter and temperatures
Home improvement projects aren’t nearly as fun as those renovation projects you see on HGTV.
Tasks like cleaning the HVAC ducts or replacing your roof aren’t as alluring as a fancy kitchen remodel. And in real life, you’re faced with the burden of paying to get the work done —
Indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air, and as we’re spending even more time at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s never been more important to improve our indoor air quality (IAQ).
A staggering 65 per cent of UK homes suffer from poor
Historically low inventory is leading prospective clients to miss out on dream homes, brokerage leaders said Tuesday during a virtual roundtable discussion hosted by Chris Heller, the chief real estate officer of OJO Labs. Here’s how to help them stay positive.
The highly competitive home sale market — fueled by
Now that fall has arrived, homeowners throughout Faulkner County are turning their focus toward preparing their homes for the final quarter of 2020 – the “brr” months of October, November and December.
If you’ve procrastinated a little bit and are now just getting to your end-of-summer home project check list,
Most turf compaction is in the top 3-inches of soil with the top 1-inch the worst! The remedy is to remove soil cores that are approximately one-half inch in diameter and 3-inches long. This practice is called aerating, aerifying, or coring. Aeration restores the balance of air and water in
4. Save fall leaves for a good spring tonic.
You can pile stacks of fallen leaves behind shrubs, store leaves in plastic garbage bags (poke the plastic full of air holes) or just let the leaves lie on top of the soil the way nature intended. Fallen leaves provide winter
Have you made meatloaf? It’s one of America’s favourite foods, and we’re fans of this hearty dinner staple. But like many a popular dish, there are plenty of variations that have been adopted since its first appearance in a cookbook.
We’re big on experimenting
Tending to backyard vegetable gardens can fill many hours of enjoyable downtime in the great outdoors. What’s more, the bounty produced by such gardens provides healthy, fresh foods to gardeners and their loved ones. Although spring and summer are widely seen as the peak of gardening season, the
Maintaining an organized home just makes life easier. When everything is in its place, you can move through your day with ease. Who wouldn’t want that? That’s why we’re taking you inside some of the most organized — and stylish — spaces crafted by some of our favorite design influencers
The pandemic has forced the hand of businesses across the world, perhaps most significantly because working away from the office has become normal.
For advertising, this has had a significant impact. Clearly, adland’s raison d’etre is creativity, a process historically hinged on the physical proximity, interaction and idea generation of
With the end of the vegetable gardening season coming to an end, clean your garden space before winter. If a frost is predicted, be sure to harvest all you can from your garden prior to the frost. After the plants are finished for the season, clean the plants out of
The current pandemic has many people nervous and scared about doing a good number of things outside of absolute necessities. Just because there is a pandemic does not mean a house cannot move during this time.
Matt and Shalin Caren are real estate agents serving Litchfield Park, AZ. They have
Hi Taylor: I’ve got about $2,000 set aside for home improvements and I’m trying to figure out the best way to spend it.
I want all sorts of things like a new TV and a new couch, but I wonder if something like new windows or some sort of structural
As summer transitions into fall, it is time to help lawns recover from summer stress. Let the weather and the condition of your lawn help you develop a plan suited to your landscape.
Continue mowing actively growing lawns. Mow high, leaving cool season grasses like bluegrass and fescues at least
Home cooking often means relying on a set of go-to recipes. They are quick, easy, and don’t require a lot of thought. But, cooking the same dishes, day in and day out, can get boring. You may start to feel that you’re lacking creativity in the kitchen.