Moving Tips: Packing & Moving Food

You’re packing & moving! Now is a good time to check the expiration date on food you have stored. You might be amazed at what has already expired in your refrigerator and cupboards. Moving Tip: Here are some guidelines to help you check those dates and throw out those items that are past their shelf life. Coffee, canned ground – Unopened: 2 years — Opened 1 month refrigerated. Coffee, gourmet — Beans: 3 weeks in paper bag, longer...

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10 ways to keep energy costs down

It’s that time of year when the A/C’s turn off and heaters come on. In some places they are on full blast. while its more comfortable to have the house warm, sometimes its not always practical and it can cost quite a bit. There are many ways that you can save energy this fall and winter season. Check out this article from Zip Realty. It has about 10 different tips of ways that you can keep that bill down. Easy Ways to Cut Energy...

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Short Sales?

There are plenty of mixed feelings about short sales. Those who prefer short sales like that it can save them thousands, and they are typically in much greater condition than foreclosures. Sellers and banks typically prefer them because they are both able to avoid a foreclosure process which saves each party money. There are many banks are “paying” those who have loans with them to sell their home as a short sale. Those who dislike short...

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Why Does Everyone Love Seattle?

People who live in Seattle, love Seattle. Some might call this the worst kind of narcissism, but the fact is if you lived in Seattle you would probably love it too. There are plenty of reasons to love the Washington metro and you will probably need more than two hands to count them all. So what makes these Seattleites love their home city? Lets take a look at a few possibilities. Seattle is a nesting ground for new talent. Pick up the latest...

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