10 Mistakes That Can Decrease Your Home’s Value

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jul 26, 2017

Real estate experts say these missteps could cost you in the long run. 1. Paint color Don’t pick a paint color that doesn’t fit the style of your home or that isn’t a common color in your neighborhood. 2. Landscaping…

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Who is the Most Trusted Home Builder in America?

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jul 21, 2017

Buying a home, building a home, renting a home?  All things home related are exciting and can also cause stress in your life as well.  How do you know who to trust when making these major life decisions? Go to…

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Gyms in Arcadia

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jul 14, 2017

Looking for a way to beat the heat?  Why not go to the gym!  Albeit, not your traditional way you may have thought to sneak in some “free” air conditioning, the gym is air conditioned. When the hot summer months…

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Selling in the Summer

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jul 13, 2017

Springtime is generally considered the “busy season” for real estate, but there are benefits to buying in summer. Think of it like this, because spring heralds the busier real estate season, there will likely be more inventory on the market…

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5 of the Worst Bathroom Trends

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jul 10, 2017

Bathrooms and kitchens are on the list for buyers, finding something that fits your taste and is functional is key to most home buyers.  Perhaps because these are the two areas of the home that folks spend the most time….

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David and Gladys Wright House Donated to the School of Architecture at Taliesin

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jun 30, 2017

A Frank Lloyd Wright house that was designed for his son David was destined for its demise.  Developers purchased the building with the intent to knock it down and build new homes on the land. Like a storybook fairy tale,…

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Keeping Your Home Cool in Rising Temperatures

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jun 28, 2017

There’s one thing on everyone’s mind right now in the Phoenix area…the heat!  How do you manage to keep your house cool when the temperatures are rising above the 120-degree mark? One of the most obvious ways to keep the…

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Excessive Heat Warnings in Phoenix

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jun 26, 2017

According to the state, excessive natural heat killed close to 1,300 people from 2005 to 2015. In 2016, 130 people died of heat-related causes in Maricopa, the southern county that contains Phoenix and is home to more than four million…

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Guidepost 13

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jun 19, 2017

Guidepost 13—a brand-new “quick craft casual” restaurant concept featuring customized oven-grilled wings, tenders, and flatbreads, along with self-serve beer and cider taps—is set to officially launch with aggressive plans for national expansion. The brainchild of 13 eccentric people with over…

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Aging in Place

Posted by Chris Morrison on Jun 15, 2017

The majority of baby boomers are turning 70 in 2017 and by the year 2050, the surviving baby boomers will be over the age of 85 according to the United States Census Bureau. One of the most popular trends in…

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