Today I want to share with you some important information about our current real estate market.
This list of 75 fun (and mostly free) activities that you and your kids can enjoy at home. This handy list can easily be printed and placed on the refrigerator – a great way to have instant “ideas” when boredom strikes!
Organizing your home office can be a daunting task, especially if you're someone who works from home often or has a hobby that utilizes that space. In order to reduce paper clutter in your office space, try to request your bills to be sent electronically. If you like having paper bills be sure to have a file cabinet or an accordion folder to easily stow away documents. Keep important documents like insurance policies, tax documents, real estate transactions, wills, etc. in a fire box and keep in a safe space.
The garage is probably the toughest space to tackle. If this is an overwhelming task to you, break it up by sections. Organize lawn tools first, then items used for outdoor hobbies, home improvement next, and so on. Use a tracking system to hang up tools and other items, this will help to eliminate floor clutter. Don't forget to use vertical storage and be sure to use the ceiling for more storage space too.
When it comes to your personal closet it can be a challenge to get rid of your clothes. If you are having a hard time deciding whether to keep an item, create a "maybe" pile, put your maybe pile into a bin and revisit 1, 3 or 6 months later. If you forgot about these items or never thought about wearing them, you can confidently donate or consign them.
Keep one extra set of sheets per bed in your home. Fold the sheets and store them inside one of the extra pillow cases. This will create a "package" that you can easily grab and looks way nicer than a bunch of folded pieces. I also recommend using bins to group items together and if you're a fan of labeling, you should also utilize that to make it easily known what is where.
It's all you hear on the news, it's all you read in the papers, and it's all you see on social media. The coronavirus is everywhere! There are differences in the market that spell good things for the housing market despite recent events. Here are some key indicators that we will avoid a housing market crash.