How technology is changing the way people find and sell homes. Technology is causing some confusion today about whether people really need to use a Realtor to buy or sell a house. People think that with all the online [...]
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Congratulations! You’ve decided to remodel your home, install an addition, or perhaps even engage in new home construction. It’s an exciting time, filled with anticipation of the wonderful new surroundings you and your family will enjoy for years to [...]
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A current Febreze campaign states “You’ve gone nose blind” to things like pet odors in your car or smells in your home. Scientifically, they’re correct. When you enter a new environment, you quickly notice the distinct odors, whether they [...]
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If you vowed to get more organized in the new year, reconfiguring your closets can go a long way toward achieving your goal. Installing a system where everything has a place and things are easy to take out—and put [...]
Exotic plants may be beautiful, but in a delicate ecosystem with ongoing construction projects, Northern Virginia’s native wildlife is in serious danger. To have a healthy ecosystem, an abundance of plant [...]
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Saturday, October 15 from 10am– 5pm “Embracing Change” The idea for a Reston home tour was born in 2000 as an imaginative, educational and entertaining way to raise revenue for the Reston Historic Trust (RHT) – a non-profit organization [...]
Yes, it is a big deal. Kitchen cabinets are the highest ticketed item on the kitchen remodeling project, coming in at approximately 29 percent* of the kitchen remodeling project on average. So if you are shopping for kitchen cabinets [...]
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