October 2019

Found 3 blog entries for October 2019.

 

The safety of the neighborhood that you're thinking about one day living in is paramount to any home-buying decision. Safety is one of those necessary-but-insufficient factors that alone doesn't make a great home-buying decision but should, nonetheless, underlie all home purchases. A neighborhood with a track record of low crime and a responsive police force creates a feeling of security and calm. That said, high crimes rates can absolutely be quantified - the result of high crime rates in a particular neighborhood is invariably lower property values and a sense of unease that permeates the entire neighborhood. That's clearly not what any future home buyer is looking for. Fortunately, there are crime-tracking apps that are available for free and can

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Whether you live in an apartment or condo complex, a housing sub-division, or a traditional neighborhood, you likely may have a neighborhood association on some level. Becoming a part of your neighborhood association has many benefits to you as an individual. They are a group of individuals that genuinely care about the neighborhood you are a part of, and becoming a part of that genuinely caring group brings a lot of tangible benefits to both you and your neighborhood. Below are the top five reasons to become a part of your neighborhood association. Remember, if you don’t have one, there’s always an opportunity to start putting the word out about getting a group together to form one!

Help Accomplish Neighborhood Goals on a Large-Scale Basis

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If you are looking for a way to upgrade the look of your home, then adding a water feature may be just the answer that you need. Water naturally has a calming effect and adds interest to the landscape of your property. Whether you are planning to sell your home, or keep it in the family, water features increase curb appeal and enjoyment.

There are many options when it comes to water features. You might opt for a large body of water such as a pond or pool. If you prefer a different waterscape, waterfalls and fountains offer beautiful elements to consider. You can also combine both still and moving water for a dramatic effect. If you are in a condo or apartment, think about adding a small fountain to the patio or balcony and surrounding it by

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