Monthly Archives: December 2010

The art of real estate staging

“Staging is for the public, while decorating is personal” Successful home goods and furniture stores like Pottery Barn and Crate and Barrel exemplify the “art” of staging. “They appeal to the masses and they are doing it well,” says Konaxis. … Continue reading

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Canadian Banks ‘solid’ and bailing out U.S banks !

TORONTO (AP) — The Bank of Montreal is buying a Milwaukee–based bank, the latest example of Canadian banks using their muscle to snap up U.S. financial institutions battered by the financial crisis. Canada’s fourth–largest bank announced Friday that it was … Continue reading

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Why Canadians are Investing in Arizona Properties now

Canadian buyers looking tο bυу tһеіr dream home аrе currently mаkіחɡ υѕе οf tһе remarkable low costs οf properties іח tһе United States. U.S. real estate agents state tһаt tһеrе′s bееח аח іחсrеԁіbƖе rise іח Canadian interest іח U.S. locations … Continue reading

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Send a Soldier Overseas a FREE Postcard

This web site gives you an opportunity to send a FREE printed postcard to U.S military personnel stationed overseas showing your support and appreciation for their service to our country. Help someone who is far away from home, smile ! … Continue reading

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The Process for Canadians to Purchase Homes in Arizona

Arizona home buying – Quick reference guide of timelines and procedures The quick reference guide below is a great little summary! The following is a quick reference of the timelines and procedures of a Real Estate Closing in Arizona. Prior … Continue reading

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Planning For Your New Home in 2011

There are lots of purchases that are highly prone to impulse buying: shoes on sale, puppies at the pound, and carrot cupcakes with cream cheese butter cream frosting come instantly to mind. (But that’s just me.) But houses?  Not so … Continue reading

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