Monthly Archives January 2015

Three Things to Think About When Buying a Garden Shed


One of the easiest ways to add usable interior space to a property is to buy a shed or garage. Sheds and garages are often used to store large bulky items that homeowners do not want in the house or for extra recreational space. The most common type of shed is a garden shed, which is typically used to house gardening equipment, like mulch and topsoil, tools, seeds, and trimming equipment. If you’re in the market for a garden shed, here are three things you need to ask yourself before buying.

1. What am I going to store in the shed?
The first thing you need to think about is what you’re going to store in the shed. This means everything. All of the plants and seeds, tools, and maintenance equipment. This is going to dictate the size and dimensions of the shed, since you’ll need just the right amoun

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Apartments in Manhattan Reach Record High Prices

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Every year, millions of people comb through apartment listings, looking for the perfect place to rent. There are a number of reasons these individuals might be focusing their search on apartments rather than houses, ranging from cheap apartment prices to preferable locations. However, depending on the market these potential tenants are looking in, their search might be more difficult than others: for example, Manhattan, a famously expensive and exclusive market, is currently seeing record high prices for its available apartments.

Apartments in nearly every New York City borough are known to be

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6 Easy Tips for Finding the Best Realtor

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In the search for million dollar homes, first time buyers often vacillate between a zealous pursuit of luxury real estate and an apathetic display of boredom. The high price tag of some homes can engender anticipatory feelings of dread for the upcoming drop in your checking account balance, and one way to mitigate this is by making an offer on a foreclosure. Six in ten buyers believe this is a pragmatic solution for buying an expensive property. A minority of buyers (13%) who are trying to defray costs move into a multi-generational home to care for aging parents and to have extra room for adult children who are living with their parents.

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