Charming Rancher With Tons Of Updates $229,900

Michael Peterson posted this 797 Views

Charming rancher with tons of updates! This 956 sqft, 2 bedroom, 1 bath home offers new electrical, brand new fully renovated bathroom, new thermal windows, new baseboard heaters and a 2 year old roof. Plus a detached studio/workshop/office which is fully wired with storage on one side, and a bedroom on the other! Not to mention the big 8712 sqft lot that is completely private with fruit trees. This home is close to shopping, amenities and on the bus route.

Five Things You Can Do To Protect Your Home In a Hurricane

Calum posted this 891 Views

Say hello to Andrea, Barry, Chantal, Dean, Erin and all their friends. If this year proves to be as active a hurricane season as the meteorologists predict, you could well be on a first name basis with them soon. While it’s probably impossible to completely hurricane-proof your home, there are some steps that you can take to lessen the damage your home is likely to sustain.   Inspect your home. FLASH (Federal Alliance for Safe Homes) offers a DIY Wind Inspection ch...

Why are template websites bad for SEO?

Morgan Carey posted this 3 7,708 Views

Why are template websites bad for SEO? The funny thing is, they actually aren't - in fact there is absolutely nothing wrong with using a template website as a low cost alternative to a custom design while you are getting started and don't have the budget for a full blown custom. Users often operate under the mistaken assumption that because the source code (The html not the content) is the same, you can run into duplicate content issues. Not try at all, search engines are concerned with th...

Blogging brings real traffic - A case study for REW Bloggers

Morgan Carey posted this 1 3,197 Views

Blogging brings real traffic Earlier today, we were having a discussion on the forum about using tags in your blog and it was stated by one of the members that we should care more about the SEO benefits of our blogs vs. the actual benefit to our readers because this Realtor (and I quote) was "not convinced the general public is reading these things". I already knew better and have been teaching bloggers and webmasters for years to always write and construct your content first a...

REW Blog vs Squidoo Lens

Spoken Gently posted this 4 1,440 Views

I wanted to check out the authority of a REW blog entry versus a Squidoo lens page. Using the phrase "Tumbleweed Music Festival," a popular festival in our area, I wrote a blog entry here in REW about the Tumbleweed Music Festival, as well as a lens in Squidoo about the Tumbleweed Music Festival. I used unique content in both, as well as the same keywords where possible. Well, the winner is REW. Just thought I would pass that along!

First time on the market! $186,900

Michael Peterson posted this 749 Views

First time a unit in this building has been on the market! This top floor, corner unit offers 2 generous sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and to 2 balconies! This condo is bright and spacious and rentals are allowed. It’s located within walking distance to shopping, restaurants, and recreation including Long Lake and it’s on the bus route.

Hurricane Flossie updates

mikey posted this 1,840 Views

Hurricane Flossie updates in plain English 9:00 P.M August 15, 2007 Flossie is gone!  Life gets back to normal. 11:00 A.M. August 15, 2007 Hurricane Flossie is downgraded to category 1.  Flossie brought rains to the south and eastern sides of the Big Island.  Currently south of Oahu, we have cloudy skies and windy weather.  It looks like everything will be okay. 11:00 A.M. August 14, 2007. Flossie has been downgraded to Category 2.  Passing approxmate...

Oakland First Time Home Buyers Hurt By Mortgage Meltdown

Oakland Ca Real Estate posted this 1,232 Views

In the past several months, several of the nations largest lenders have closed their doors. The ones that are still around have tightened up their standards in terms of who they lend money to, which puts home ownership out of reach for thousands of individuals. Even the below market interest rate programs have adjusted standards. Some people who were wating to pull  the trigger on purchasing, and did not have interest rate locks were suprised to learn that their interest rate ha...

Southwest Florida Real Estate - Collected Ramblings

Gulf Coast Associates posted this 2,990 Views

The following are tidbits of information we've come across that may be of interest for buyers or sellers of Southwest Florida real estate. A year after the Cape Coral utility expansion project came under fire and the federal government launched an investigation, the costs for water, sewer and irrigation lines have dropped from about $22,000 to $13,690. A weakened dollar combined with the slow real estate market continues to attract foreign buyers to Florida. The state ranked #1 in a r...

Finding the Right Lender for You

Skeast posted this 765 Views

As a Realtor, I constantly get calls from people wanting to own a home in the San Antonio/Fort Sam Houston, TX vicinity, but have no idea where to start. Their questions range from how much home they can afford and if so, how much they can qualify for. Here is the question you should really be asking when it comes to buying your Texas home: Can I afford NOT to buy one.  If you can afford to rent a house while during your assignment at Ft. Sam Houston, you can certainly afford ...