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Moving guide for the visually impaired

Written by Patrick Young Moving is hard even when you don’t have issues that lower your ability to view the world around you. But as with everything else you’ve accomplished, there are things you can do to make sure your disability doesn’t get in your way. The right help Movers are a vital component for […]

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10 homebuyer turn-offs: Things to consider addressing before putting your house on the market

If you’re thinking of listing your house this spring, it’s not too early to start preparing. Looking around your home, it may seem overwhelming to get your house “show ready.” What issues should you tackle? Generally, your best bet is to begin by addressing the issues that may turn-off many buyers. These include:   Bad […]

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11 steps to selling your home

BY KAREN LIBIN If you’ve never sold a home or it has been a long, long time since you have done so, the process may seem overwhelming. What all needs to be done and when? Like any large task, the process can be broken down into manageable steps. Here are the basics: Hire an excellent […]

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11 steps to buying a home

  BY KAREN LIBIN, KL REALTY If you’ve never bought a home or it has been a long, long time since you have done so, the process can seem overwhelming. What all needs to be done and when? Like any large task, the process can be broken down into manageable steps. Here are the basics: […]

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Talking #*!@

BY JOHN DABBS Like breathing, the voiding of waste is a natural function common to all mammals. Animals are enraptured by the pheromones in urine and feces and use their highly developed senses to garner all sorts of information. For better or worse (imagine if we could tell whether someone was looking for a relationship […]

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