Tag: Homes

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Ideas For Your Next Midtown Home

If you are like me then you love driving through midtown and seeing the quaint bungalow and cute cottages adorned with their classic, quirky, and charming details which make them so quintessentially midtown.

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The Seller’s Market Of 2017

As we begin the notoriously busy spring selling season, homes are selling faster than ever. The competition is fierce and even homes that previously would have sat on the market are now attracting multiple bid offers. This is really the time to sell.

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Stunning Pink Rooms

What is better than a beautiful room? The answer: a stunning pink room. In honor of Valentines Day, I have curated a perfect collection of delightful pink spaces just for your review!

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Buyers Guide To Financing A Home

Setting A Budget The budget you would like to have and the budget you should have are two different things. Use receipts of past purchases to inform your budget. This will help you understand how much money you actually have to spend on housing. Tracking expenses will also give you insight about possible savings. Debt Reduction Debt to income ratio or DTI is something … Read More Buyers Guide To Financing A Home

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Landscaping Gives Value To Homes

With spring right around the corner, now is the time to give your yard a makeover. After buying a home, landscaping is one of the best things that you can do to maintain and increase your home’s value. Not only will landscaping give you great joy, but it will also help when it comes time to sell your home down the road.

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Great Time To Sell In Arbor Hills

Current home buyers are extremely interested in Arbor Hills homes. From January 2016 to January 2017, the median home sales price for homes in Arbor Hills was $155,000, and 19 homes have sold within this timeframe.

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10 Reasons Why You Need A REALTOR®

10 Reasons Why You Need A REALTOR® – Buying and selling a home can be a complex process. Luckily, you don’t have to go it alone. Call a REALTOR® Today. Ann Huskey – 850-212-1982

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Opening Soon: Capital Cascades Crossing

You may have noticed the structure being erected high in the sky above South Monroe. This, in fact, is the Capital Cascades Crossing pedestrian, and soon it will be open for business. After years of planning and more than a year of construction, the much-anticipated city project will soon connect Cascades Park to the Capital Cascades Trail. Eventually, the bridge will connect to the much-beloved St. Marks Trail. In the mean time, the bridge will give pedestrians a safe way to cross Monroe Street.

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Millers Landing, Northeast Tallahassee

Millers Landing – Located just off of Meridian Road, Millers Landing is by far one of the most beautiful canopy roads in Tallahassee. Follow the winding road beneath the high oak canopy all the way to the end and you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view of Lake Jackson.

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Tallahassee Market Update

Exciting news for the Tallahassee real estate market. The numbers have been crunched and things are looking up for Tallahassee home sellers. The second quarter sales totals are in and sales of single family homes are up 12.9% from this time last year in Tallahassee. Additionally, the median time before a property enters into a Contract is down 13.8% and is now averaging 56 … Read More Tallahassee Market Update

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Home Design Trend – Pendent Lights

Pendent lights are everywhere: dangling over kitchen countertops, hung high from entryway ceilings, gracing the airspace above bedside tables, and lighting bathrooms. The lighting solution is found in all shapes, styles, and sizes.

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Killearn Estates

Just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Tallahassee, Killearn Estates is a sprawling residential area nestled in the heart of the city’s northeast quadrant. With convenient access to I-10, Killearn Estates is also connected to Tallahassee by way of the picturesque lanes of north Thomasville Road and Centerville Road. Within the lovely community, one will find more than 3,800 homes and a plethora of distinctive neighborhoods with their own individual character.