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There is always talk in the media about Fair Housing Laws. Many are geared towards educating the consumer about their protected rights through the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Please read the below explanation of the Fair Housing Laws administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). […]

Are You Familiar with Fair Housing Laws?


Moving to a new, unfamiliar community can be stressful and demanding. To make your transfer go smoother, consider these suggestions: SELECT THE RIGHT REAL ESTATE AGENT. Working with a good agent is one of the most important aspects of a successful home purchase. Key qualities to look for: experience with […]

How to Make a Successful Relocation Move in 10 Steps


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! “I wish Everyone a very joyful holiday in the company of family, friends, and loved ones! May the New Year grant you plenty of love, prosperity, health, happiness and abundance. Have a Safe Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!”

Warm Holiday Wishes for You and Yours!



Winter Storms and Snow Safety Tips This is the time that many of us throughout the country will face snow or extreme winter weather that requires us to be prepared. This post will provide many tools and resources to prepare yourself and your loved ones for Snow and Winter Storms. […]

Be Prepared with these Winter Storms and Snow Safety Tips



What is Universal Design? In Architectural terms, Universal Design is the creation of products and environments that are usable and accessible by all people to the greatest extent possible. Universal design was created to be able to cover a wider spectrum of human abilities so that every household member could […]

Do You Know What Universal Design in a Home is?



Be Smart About Your Child’s Safety As the new school year commences, we renew our focus on student safety. Please consider the following safety tips to ensure your child gets this school year started off right! Click to Download Flyer Back to School Safety Checklist for Children:  Choose a backpack […]

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Nextdoor is a private Social Network for neighborhoods and communities. In order to join this network, you would need to receive an invitation from an already existing neighbor or by simply signing up and receiving a mailed verification at your home address. Through their site, you can sign up to […]

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As a Home Owner or future Home Owner, you will more than likely find yourself visiting the Toys-R-Us store for property owners quite often. Which store is this you ask? Well, Home Depot or Lowe’s of course. Common questions that many of my clients ask are: Where can I research […]

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As an Atlanta Metro resident, I am sure you have heard the stories or personally witnessed our next door neighbors. The neighbors that I am referencing in this post are “Coyotes”. If you are new to the Atlanta Metro area or are planning your move, please be mindful of this […]

Coyotes: Our Atlanta next door Neighbor.


Have you ever wondered how to research a particular neighborhood for lifestyle, amenities, parks, commute times, etc.? Are you new to a City or State, and want to know which are the neighborhoods in a particular zip code or City? Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate has created an excellent source […]

Are You interested in Researching specific Neighborhoods? Here is one ...


As you celebrate the holiday season with your friends and family, avoid these 6 holiday hazards to keep your friends and family safe. 1. Don’t stand on chairs, desks or other furniture. Always use a proper step stool or ladder. 2. Don’t place mistletoe, holly berries, Jerusalem cherry and other […]

Here are Some Holiday Hazards to Avoid.



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As a consumer, It is important to know what is on your credit report. Whether you are shopping for a car loan, a personal loan, a mortgage, or just as information; knowing what’s on your report is crucial to your financial success. Per Federal laws, as a consumer you are […]

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Don’t Forget to Fall Back!  Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 am on Sunday, November 1st. Make sure to turn your clock back one hour before going to sleep on Saturday night. Enjoy the extra hour of sleep! It’s also a good idea to check the battery on your smoke […]

Don’t Forget to Fall Back this Weekend!


Protect your home from Old Man Winter As temperatures begin to dip this fall, “winterizing” your home can stop your heating bills from going through the roof. With some basic maintenance, you’ll also save yourself from expensive emergencies that can accompany the cold weather. Keep your house warmer, more energy […]

Here’s how to Protect Your Home from Old Man Winter



What if you dial 9-1-1 but can’t speak? Will responders have enough information to help you?  Fire Prevention Week is celebrated October 4-10, 2015, and this year’s theme is “Hear The Beep Where You Sleep.  Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke Alarm!” In the event of a fire emergency, your Smart911 Safety Profile […]

Fire Prevention Tips from Smart911


Be Smart About Your Child’s Safety As the new school year commences, we renew our focus on student safety. Please consider the following safety tips to ensure your child gets this school year started off right! Back to School Safety Checklist for Children:  Choose a backpack for your child carefully […]

Back to School Safety Tips for Kids and Teens


Have you heard of Smart911? If you have not, please visit their site and learn more about preparing for an emergency. Be Ready! Be Smart about Safety. Check out these excellent 4th of July Safety Tips just before the holiday. It’s almost time to start planning your 4th of July celebrations! […]

Be Ready with these 4th of July Safety Tips