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Vilma Graller, Coldwell Banker RealtyPhone: (928) 899-5030
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Posted on 01/26/2022
3 Major Permit Reminders for Every Property Owner
A great deal of misinformation about obtaining building permits exists that sometimes results in property owners not securing one. An inspector combing through your entire home looking for violations rarely happens in practice. Of course, if the house has been significantly altered over the years without pulling a permit, it’s not unreasonable for a building code enforcement officer...
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Posted on 01/19/2022
3 Ways to Use Modern Rustic Design in Your Home
Photo by Vlada Karpovich from Pexels Do you love the look of rustic interior design but aren’t sure how to use it in your modern home? It might seem overwhelming or impossible to introduce elements of a design style that feels completely different from what you currently have. The good news is that modern rustic style combines elements...
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Posted on 01/12/2022
Your Guide to Sheltering from Extreme Weather
Sometimes when severe weather happens, the safest thing to do is remain indoors. However, for certain weather events with strong winds like tornadoes and hurricanes, there are some parts of your home that are safer than others. Here is a basic guide for how to shelter in your home to stay safe from extreme weather: Where to Shelter...
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Posted on 01/05/2022
Bird's Nest Fern & Other Pet-Safe Ferns to Grow at Home
Ferns have been popular houseplants for decades. Despite their reputation for being picky about indoor conditions, ferns are easy to care for when given the right conditions. A great advantage to many ferns is their lack of toxicity, making them safe for households with pets. If you're interested in growing ferns at home, varieties like the bird's nest...
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Posted on 12/29/2021
Should You Rent or Buy a Home?
How do you know if it’s better to buy or rent a home? With so much to consider, this big life decision may seem overwhelming. However, as long as you focus on some key questions, you can make the best choice. Here are the questions to ask yourself if you’re trying to decide between renting and buying: What’s...
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Posted on 12/22/2021
3 Key Things to Consider When Buying a Fixer-Upper
If you have a tight budget and love DIY, buying a fixer-upper might seem like a straightforward decision. Fixer-uppers are homes that need repairs and updates rather than being “move-in ready,” and can be affordable options in any kind of market. However, fixer-uppers require significant money, effort and careful planning. If you’re trying to determine whether a fixer-upper...
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Posted on 12/18/2021
1891 Kingswood Drive, Prescott, AZ 86305 is now new to the market!
The Kingswood community is one of Prescott's most desirable areas. These homes are both primary residences and popular second home getaways. In this home the owners can easily live on one level in the two primary suites and leave the walk-out basement, third bedroom and rec room for guests. Quality wood touches throughout, lots of built-ins, vaulted ceilings, skylights and two large decks enhance cozy areas that is also warmed by two wonderful fireplaces. Front parking pad holds up to 3 vehicles. Home is conveniently located to all amenities such as hospitals, doctor offices, shopping and restaurants. At this time the Prescott Athletic...
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Posted on 12/15/2021
Types of Flooring for Your New Construction Home
Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko from Pexels When considering flooring for your new home, look at each individual room. After all, carpet is probably not the best choice for your kitchen. Bathrooms, entryways, kitchens, and pantries that are high-traffic areas or that often get wet benefit from flooring that is at least water-resistant if not waterproof. You can choose...
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Posted on 12/08/2021
Here's Why You Should Re-Use Your Moving Boxes
Packing and moving your home requires a lot of supplies. The most important and heavily used supply is the humble cardboard box. While cardboard is a relatively inexpensive and widely available material, there are benefits to keeping your boxes when you’re finished. Choosing to re-use boxes either from a prior move or from somebody else can benefit you...
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Posted on 12/01/2021
How to Successfully Manage Your Home-Flipping Project
Photo by TeroVesalainen via Pixabay Flipping a house successfully means keeping your ducks in a row during the rehab process--and that typically means communicating with several vendors to coordinate work, making sure everyone is on the same page, and dealing with delays when they (inevitably) occur. It's worth your while to build a project management strategy and skill...
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Posted on 11/27/2021
Another Property Sold - 580 N Cinch Ring, Dewey-Humboldt, AZ 86327
Spacious Home with Great Views located on a quite Cul De Sac offers so many possibilities. Large Kitchen enhanced with Brick walls has Center Island with separate sink and double ovens perfect for Holiday entertaining. Family Room with Wood burning Hearth for cozy winter nights. Large bedrooms, and lots of storage. Finished Basement is ready to be easily transformed into a Guest Suite or Studio Apartment for rental. which has its own private entrance. Mature Fruit Trees include Pear, Apricot, and Apple. Rose Bushes and Garden Beds Shed,.4Car Garage. RV Parking. Low HOA...
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Posted on 11/24/2021
Turn Your Bathroom Into a Sustainable Spa Retreat
Renovating your bathroom is a big undertaking. Not only can this be one of the most costly home improvement projects to take on, but it also can provide you with one of the biggest returns on your investment. Your bathroom is a high-frequency room, and therefore it is a drain on your energy resources. It also is one...
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