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Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 at 5:05pm. 95 Views, 0 Comments.
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Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 at 4:46pm. 120 Views, 0 Comments.
The newest revolution is storage & organization by John Louis Home. Renew provides you the simple & affordable solution for wire shelf remodeling. Transform & refresh your shelving at a fraction of the cost while matching to your style.
Renew works with all wire shelf brands,types & meshes. Renew's patented design provides you a single product solution that works with 12, 16 & 20 inch shelf depths while covering the most common wire shelf face heights. This means you can focus on transforming your shelving without worry.
Renew provides the sizes to cover your shelving distances. Available in 2ft., 3ft. & 4ft. lengths allows you to mix and match to cover all standard distances. Renew panels & front rails can be cut to cover your exact…
Friday, September 6th, 2013 at 2:42pm. 898 Views, 0 Comments.
The process of buying a home can be complex, particularly when the home is currently owned by more than one person. One of the ways in which property can change hands is by a quitclaim deed, a legal document that is commonly used when several members of a family own a property. You may find that the seller or property agent presents you with a quitclaim deed or you may have been advised to ask for such a deed. Your insurance company, with whom you are looking to insure your new home, might also require this deed. It is therefore worthwhile to familiarize yourself with this type of deed and how it can be prepared.Definition of a quitclaim deed A quitclaim deed is a legal document for transferring any ownership claim, interest, right or title a…
Saturday, May 19th, 2012 at 6:37pm. 437 Views, 0 Comments.
BPO, CMA, Appraisal -- what is the difference? These are all various methods of valuing real estate, (properties, homes, houses, commercial property, investment property, and vacant land).
Appraisal = formal valuation by a licensed appraiser. An appraisal is a subjective opinion of a real property's value. Most appraisers are highly skillled, with many years of experience. Besides single-family homes, some appraisers specialize in niche areas, such as rural acreage, estate homes, commercial/industrial property, apartment rentals. In order to appraise property for an FHA loan, the appraiser must be experienced in the FHA loan procedures and requirements. Appraisals are required as part of the underwriting process for mortgage lenders when they…
Monday, December 5th, 2011 at 2:05pm. 489 Views, 0 Comments.
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Thursday, June 16th, 2011 at 4:10pm. 619 Views, 0 Comments.
A fresh coat of paint is a powerful and affordable enhancement to any room. The next time you’re looking for color inspiration, check out Olympic Paint’s free ColorClix software for Windows or OS X, or download the app to your iPhone. With ColorClix, you can grab a color from the gallery or upload your own photo; the app will select paint samples that most closely match the colors in the image. The app will also display complementary colors, with a full spectrum of hues and shades. Add notes and tag colors as favorites. Or create specific room projects and save selected colors to the project folder. Free. PPG Industries; Pittsburgh; 800-441-9695; www.olympic.com/colorclix.
Monday, June 13th, 2011 at 5:58pm. 470 Views, 0 Comments.
Cities that have been torn apart by recent tornadoes and floods are now seeing a big increase in home sales.
Real estate agent Barb Maxon with Century 21 ProLink in Sioux City, Iowa, told the Des Moines Register that she’s made six sales in one week alone to Iowa families who have been displaced by the Missouri River floods.
The Missouri river is expected to rise to near-record levels this week, where it's expected to remain for weeks, causing flooding along cities near it and displacing families.
Residents, for example, from Dakota Dunes, Iowa, where hundreds of homes have been evacuated for more than a week, are starting to look elsewhere for housing. Nearby Sioux City is getting a flood of its residents inquiring about new housing options, real estate…