5 Ways to Celebrate the Season of Giving

5 Ways to Celebrate the Season of Giving Giving is the true spirit of the holiday season. However, in addition to gift-giving in the traditional sense, there are other meaningful ways to make a difference in your community and give back to those in need – including the 3.5 million people who experience homelessness each Read More

4 Ways to Keep the Outside Activities Going

4 Ways to Keep the Outside Activities Going If you’re like a lot of people, that first nip in the air sends you running for the couch and the clicker, ready to start a binge-watching bonanza until the spring thaw signifies it’s safe to head outdoors again. But don’t relinquish your outdoor activities yet! The Read More

Fast, Easy Ways to Decorate for Fall

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Fast, Easy Ways to Decorate for Fall Fall is many people’s favorite season, especially if they live in one of the states known for its beautiful fall foliage… like we do! Check out this awesome collection of handful of ways to decorate your home for fall.  Natural style – Luckily, the colors of fall can be Read More

Tips for Prioritizing Your Fall Maintenance Projects

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Tips for Prioritizing Your Fall Maintenance Projects No matter what part of the country your home is in, the coming of fall signals an opportunity to do whatever necessary or voluntary projects need to be done ahead of winter weather, the coming holiday season, and the New Year. Have you been putting off re-staining or sealing Read More

Dodge Winter Lawn Damage

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Winter conditions can present a wide range of challenges to your lawn and landscape, but there are precautions you can take to protect your lawn, as well as your trees and shrubs, from seasonal harm. Preventive steps from the lawncare experts at TruGreen can help your lawn survive the winter season’s harsh elements. Snow Plow Read More

Sales in the Snow: 5 Home Staging Tips for Wintertime

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While winter isn’t traditionally considered the best time to sell your home, there’s no reason you can’t get an offer during the colder months with the right staging. In fact, a study found that homes sold faster and for more money in the winter months, even in cold cities like Chicago. Here are five winter home staging tips that Read More

7 Considerations for Surviving the Holidays

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The holidays can be a stressful time of year for many different reasons. Here are seven considerations that could alleviate the pressure. 1. If money is tight, set a realistic budget. If you know in your gut that you can’t afford a gift, don’t buy it! Take steps to manage expectations in advance. Let people Read More

4 Reasons to Improve Your Home This Fall

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For nearly 74 million homeowners, a new fall tradition has emerged: home improvement. According to a recent Metrostudy Residential Remodeling Index, several factors point to a rise in home improvement projects this season. Energy-Efficiency — With colder weather on the horizon, homeowners shudder at the thought of higher heating costs. They upgrade windows, layer in Read More

291 Shawsheen Avenue, Wilmington

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291 Shawsheen Avenue, Wilimington Offered at $499,900 This expanded cape is certainly not a drive-by! Pride of ownership at its finest with this meticulously maintained 8 Rm, 3 Bed, 2 full bath home. The bright & spacious LR has a loft feel and features gorgeous oak floors, custom built brick fireplace w/granite mantle, CATHEDRAL ceiling Read More

Tips for Taking Stress out of Holiday Socials

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By Barbara Pronin Most of us like to socialize with friends and neighbors during the holiday season. But with shopping, wrapping and family gatherings heading up many to-do lists, it may not be easy to find time to socialize without throwing a big, glitzy party. The consumer editors at Better Homes and Gardens Magazine suggest Read More