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Planning the Perfect Renovation

planning the perfect renovation can be easy

If you’ve already spruced up your curb appeal, perhaps you’re ready to tackle some projects inside the home! Therefore, you might need some tips on planning the perfect renovation.

Spending so much time at home during the past several months probably has you dreaming up a few improvements for your space. The information below contains innovative, easy-to-use apps that help you plan the perfect renovation!

Learn where to get inspiration. Get ideas on how to start your planning. Discover a few tools to use as you start your projects. You don’t have to take on a home renovation alone, either!

In addition, I know a great contractor who can make your renovation dreams a reality in a healthy and safe manner. Just contact me today! 

planning the perfect renovation
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A Roadmap for Cashless Spending

When peer-to-peer payment (P2P) apps and mobile wallets make it so easy to spend cash in a flash, it’s good to have a roadmap for cashless spending you can follow to stay on top of your expenses.

This eReport provides some strategies to help you account for cashless means of spending in your budget. Get tips on how to spend responsibly when it comes to P2P apps and other contactless methods of payment.

Plus, check out a few great budgeting apps to keep you on track along the way. So whenever you tap your phone or card to pay, you’ll know exactly how that fits into your budget — even if it didn’t actually feel like spending! 

A roadmap for cashless spending for consumers

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Self-care starts with better sleep

Did you know that sleep is a huge part of any self-care routine? It’s an easy thing to overlook. This is especially true if stress has you tossing and turning. Are you spending too many late nights on Netflix or playing games online?

To truly reset and refocus after a difficult time, you need to physically refresh with some quality shuteye. Making sure you have enough sleep as well as good quality sleep will help.

You need all three phases of sleep. Therefore, deep sleep, REM sleep and light sleep are necessary to complete your successful slumber.

Below is some information to help you understand how sleep works and some tips on how to adjust your routine for better night’s rest. You’ll start feeling more refreshed and re-centered in no time! 

Self-care starts with better sleep

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How to Host the Perfect Virtual Gathering

Social distancing doesn’t have to pause your social interaction! You can learn how to host the perfect virtual gathering. The digital world has made it easier than ever to stay connected with friends and family from afar.

In the eReport below, you’ll find everything you need to know to plan the perfect online gathering. Learn what video platforms to use, how to send invites and even ways to play games or watch movies at the same time — but not in the same place. Enjoy!

How to Host the Perfect Virtual Gathering
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Ways to liven up your time at home

Spending a day without leaving the house may have sounded like fun three months ago. Now that it’s our new normal, it’s a different story.

By now, you and your family might be feeling a bit jumpy at home all day. If that’s the case, check out the information below — you’ll find five ways to liven up your time social distancing with games, crafts and cooking. These outside-of-the-box ideas will keep you and your family entertained at home, and even lead to a few positive memories. 

Ways to liven up your time at home
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The real deal with discount and online brokerages

They are popping up all over the internet. However, these discount and online brokerages can’t do the things that a real, in-person realtor can do for you.

Get some advice in my Monthly Item of Value below:

The real deal with discount and online brokerages
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What to do with your tax refund

Getting a refund?

Tax time is upon us! As you gather all your documents and prepare to file by the April deadline, there’s a chance you might receive a little bonus in the form of a refund.

Rather than pocketing the extra dough, why not put that money to work? Check out these financially healthy ways you can use that refund in 2020!

You can:

  • Stock your rainy day fund
  • Invest
  • Chip away at debt
  • Work on the mortgage
  • Contribute to retirement
  • Support a cause
  • Renovate your home
  • Focus on Personal Development

And if you think you may owe, don’t panic — I’ve got a few tips on what to do if that’s the case. If you need a tax professional to help you out, contact me for a great referral. 

Click on this link for the full document.

What are you going to do with your tax refund?
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2020 Real Estate Market Fast Facts

The new year is here and it’s time to take a look at the real estate market stats of last year. In addition, we want to learn what to expect from the market in the new year.

How long homes stay on the market and the mortgage rates matter. Get those and other stats you’ll need if you are buying or sell a home this year.

Are you a first time buyer? Did you know that a third of buyers are first timers?

How long do you expect to search? What is your view on the American Dream? Most people include owning a home in their dream. Furthermore, home ownership is a good financial decision.

In my Monthly Item of Value, get 2020 Real Estate Market stats to start you home buying or selling journey.

The 2020 real estate market fast facts

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Ten tips for a healthy, stress-free holiday

stress-free holiday

In this issue’s of my Monthly Item of Value, get Ten Tips for a Healthy, Stress-Free Holiday that will make your holidays easier for everyone.

Whether you travel or stay at home for the holiday season, your stress level will rise. Learn how to make some simple changes in your life to ease the tension.

Your budget might be the biggest source of stress this time of year. Try to shop within your means to avoid troubles next year.

Get the full list of tips for a healthy, stress-free holiday in an infographic by visiting this link.

As always, I am here if you need assistance in buying or selling a home. Contact me today!
Oh, by the way, I’m never too busy for any of your referrals!

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Sending holiday cards on a time crunch

Sending holiday cards doesn't have to be a hassle.

If you are sending personalized holiday cards and you don’t have a lot of time, this is the blog for you! Sending cards doesn’t have to be a big hassle, find out how to get through this holiday season.

Sending cards with a family photo?

Your best bet is hiring a pro to take the picture. Printed images need to be higher quality than when you view them online or on a phone. your image might look great on your phone, but when you have it printed, it could be blurry if it’s low resolution. A professional can eliminate the guesswork.

Designing the holiday cards

You can design your card online through several websites that will walk you through the process like Moo, Canva and Shutterfly.

Are you running out of time?

Go digital...

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