Five Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

You’re buying your first house! No more fighting over parking spaces, unexpected rent increases or putting up with noisy neighbors. If you’re planning to make a move this year, here are five tips that can set you on a path that leads to your very own front door....

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5 Spring Lawn Care Tips for your First Home

It's your first home, and your first spring after a long winter. Are you ready to put in the effort it takes to have a lush, green lawn? One that you can walk around in with your bare feet, throw a ball to the dog, or sit back and relax with friends? These 5 tips for...

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20 Organization Tricks To Make Your Pantry Feel Twice As Big

Never lose your favorite spice blend behind your boxes of cereal again. Try Clear Containers Don't hunt through mountains of cardboard boxes. Instead, transfer ingredients and snacks into clear canisters so you can skip reading labels — and inspire a uniform tidiness....

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Moving Tips Everyone Needs to Know!

Purge and Organize My first tip actually comes long before the move even starts. It involves purging and organizing everything you can leading up to your move. The last thing you want to do is move stuff only to sell or donate it once you get moved. It’s also SO much...

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DIY Father’s Day Gift

Father's Day is a great day to celebrate and lift up all the fathers in our lives. This year for Father’s Day we are making a Homemade Picture Frame to gift all our wonderful fathers. Materials Needed: Shadow Box Frame Photograph of Daddy and Daughter (you can print...

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DIY Mother’s Day Gift

Mother’s Day is a great day to celebrate and lift up all the mothers in our lives. This year for Mother’s Day we are making Homemade Lavender Vanilla Sugar Scrub to pamper all the mother’s in our lives.   Ingredients: 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup  coconut oil (we used slightly...

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Declutter Your Home Room by Room

Whether you tackle it as part of downsizing effort or simply to simplify your life, decluttering an entire home is a big job. The best way to tackle it is in stages—to focus on one room, one space, or even one zone within a room (like your kitchen cabinets),...

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Tips and Tricks to Get Organized by the End of the Year

Decide Where to Start What area of your life is the most chaotic? Try to narrow it down to a particular space in your home, or a specific area of your life. Pinpoint what's causing you the most stress and focus on just that zone in order to take a goal (like "get...

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4 Things You Shouldn’t Store in Your Attic

Toys If you're kids can't bear to part with their favorite stuffed animals when they've outgrown them, it's not unheard of to stash them in the attic. However, be aware that mice, dust, mitts, and other critters will ruin them given half the chance. Store them in an...

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Tricks to Make Your Pantry Feel Twice as Big

Never lose your favorite spice blend behind your boxes of cereal again! Storage Bins Storage bins are functional, but not exactly stylish, so to make your pantry more to your decor aesthetic, cover them in wallpaper. It'll look better, and will help you differentiate...

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Organize Your Home for Back to School

It’s back to school time and life gets hectic again. Want to do things differently this year to cut out some of the time wasters and stress? Here are five back to school organization ideas that will help you keep your home organized and running smoothly. 1. Create a...

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Best Resort Pools for Families

Phoenix is the best place to have a relaxing resort vacation. Why? Because it’s hot and you’re not too tempted to go crazy fitting a bunch of activities in. You’ll just want to lay by the pool and relax. It’s also dry which means the pool cools you off perfectly! If...

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Are You Prepared for Summer?

It’s that time of year again: the kids are anxiously awaiting the end of a long school year, and the temperatures are already rising! Summer is here, and if you’re a native of Arizona or have lived here in the summer, you know what that means: extreme temperatures and...

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5 DIY Halloween Decorations

It’s time for the goblins, witches and ghosts to come out and play again. So you know what that means… Halloween’s here! This year, give trick-or-treaters a run for their candy with these five amazingly, spooky DIY decorations. DIY Headless Horseman Decoration Via...

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Quick Tips to Boost Your Curb Appeal!

You know curb appeal when you see it. A house with curb appeal looks loved and nurtured, designed with integrity and accented with creative details. It has healthy, beautiful landscaping, attention to color and a welcoming approach. When people see a house with curb...

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How to Maintain Your Garage Door

Your garage door may be one of the easiest pieces of home equipment to take for granted. But when it won't open – or worse yet, comes crashing down unexpectedly – you're sure to take notice. Keep in mind these garage door maintenance tips and make it part of your...

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20 Essential Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring has arrived – which means it’s time to get your home in tip-top shape. A good, deep spring clean-up is a tradition that not only promotes wellness by keeping your environment clean and organized; it also helps carry the fresh-start feeling brought on by a new...

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Why The Century 21® System?

JOIN THE RELENTLESS Did you know 51% of people have regrets about the real estate process and 68% don’t trust real estate agents?*  We were stunned by those statistics too and believe it’s time to change the game. With more brand awareness** than any other real estate...

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