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5 Tasks Every Homeowner Should Do in January

Start looking for that contractor NOW if you want your project done by summer’s end. Whew. The holidays are done. The new year has rung in. That’s when smart homeowners know it’s time to do these five things that’ll save … Continue reading

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Your Inner Child Will Love These Creative Ways to Organize

There are 5 personality and organization types. Find the one that fits you. Being organized isn’t about putting everything into a beautiful, new organization system— it’s about how well you’re able to maintain it. And it’s your psyche that determines that. Find creative … Continue reading

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17 Things to Never, Ever, EVER Do to Your House

Keep the vintage wallpaper, but upgrade that time- and money-draining retro thermostat to programmable. What may seem like a good idea, often isn’t.  Here are 17 common mistakes new homeowners often make. #1 Get Rid of Your Only Tub If … Continue reading

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Is a Calmer Market Coming?

The housing market is showing some early signs of normalizing. Contract signings dropped in March, the fifth consecutive month that pending home sales have fallen, the National Association of REALTORS® reported Wednesday. The Northeast was the only major region of … Continue reading

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How to Prevent (Home) Buyer’s Remorse

You can make a successful offer on a home even in a competitive market — with the right information and help. When you’re house hunting, the pressure of competition can move you from “Hmm, I like that, but it’s too … Continue reading

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How to Stay Cool in the Tri-Cities Heat Wave

Right in the middle of a historic heat wave across the Pacific Northwest, many of us are scrambling to find creative ways to stay cool. We’ve gathered a few tips specific to Tri-Cities to help you stay cool, whether you … Continue reading

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Quick Home Sales in Kennewick & Richland

Homes in Kennewick and Richland averaged 31 days on the market in 2017.  These statistics put them at the top of the national 2017 list for quick home sales.  The average days on the market in over 200 metropolitan areas … Continue reading

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2015 Holiday Events

Mid-Columbia Ballet presents “The Nutcracker” Dec. 11, 2015 – Dec. 13, 2015 7:00 pm Richland High School Auditorium | Richland, WA Other Don’t miss this treasured holiday tradition! The Mid-Columbia Ballet with the Mid-Columbia Symphony and the Mid-Columbia Boys’ Choir … Continue reading

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6 Trends Driving New-Home Designs

Posted in Home Trends, by Melissa Tracey on November 10, 2014 By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR(R) Magazine What is luring home buyers to new homes? Technology, the outdoors, and “super kitchens” are among what Nick Lehnert, executive director at KTGY, … Continue reading

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