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They Help You & Others!

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

If you are moving or just doing some spring cleaning, here are 3 wonderful organizations that will come to your front door to pick up household goods you no longer want.

Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida
407-841-6855

www.bgccf.org

Habitat for Humanity
407-645-4408

​www.habitatwpm.org
​(This is the site and phone number for Winter Park and Maitland office.  If you go to the site and put in your zip code, it will pull up an office near you.)

The Mustard Seed
407-875-2040

www.mustardseedfla.org

This one has many benefits…
-Easily getting rid of items no longer wanted
-Donating goods to help someone else
-Receiving a tax donation for doing so!

3 Signs There’s a Sprinkler Situation

Saturday, August 20th, 2016

It is so easy for a sprinkler head to get turned the wrong way or broken and cause a wet mess. Signs to check for:

  • High water bill. Sometimes you can get a credit back once the issue is fixed. So check the company’s/municipality’s policies on this one.
  • Displaced landscaping or dirt.  If you have a big gusher it can relocate your mulch and other small plantings.
  • Wet interior walls. Do you see blistering paint or is the baseboard separating from the drywall?  All worth checking out!

Be proactive… Check your sprinkler system every so often by running each zone manually….or have your landscaper be on the lookout!

3 Top Buyer Credit…Scores!

Sunday, August 14th, 2016

Here are 3 things that buyers are typically happier with getting a credit for at closing versus the seller replacing them:

  1. Carpet
  2. Appliances
  3. Light Fixtures

Make it Clear

Monday, December 1st, 2014

When putting your home on the market, walk around your property and make 3 lists.

-Things that you want to stay with the property

-Things that will definitely go with you

-Things that are negotiable

A couple of suggestions to think about – light fixtures, curtains, outdoor potted plants. In our market, if it is attached then typically the item stays with the property.

The more clear you are up front, the less chance there is for confusion at your walk through.