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Holiday Decorating Ideas When Selling Your Home

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By Lindsey Chamberlain Are you searching for holiday decorating ideas that are buyer-friendly when selling your home? The winter months can be a difficult time to sell, mainly because there are fewer buyers and many people prefer not to move at the end of the year. Despite a slower selling season, putting a home up for sale may be necessary …

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Houston Home Sales Update

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Here are the latest statistics for the area real estate market comparing – November 2014 to November 2015 (for single family homes) Average Sales Price: $262,064, down 3.5% Number of home sales (closed): down 10.5% Number of homes under contract: down 6.3% Average Days on Market: 54 from 55, up 2%   Home Prices Houston area single family home sales …

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What Food You Can and Can’t Share with Your Dog on Thanksgiving

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By Lindsay Listanski  via clickertraining.com Google the phrase “Dog Stealing Turkey” and the results will yield an abundance of hilarious YouTube videos, pictures and gifs of pups doing their best to be part of their family’s Thanksgiving fun. Slipping your little buddy a piece of Turkey is harmless. However, throwing them a piece with bones in it… not so much. The …

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Thanksgiving Decoration Ideas to Set the Scene

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By Audrey Sellers  All the best Thanksgiving decoration ideas should add some warmth, class, and personality to your home. When your family and friends gather at your table for roasted turkey and fresh-baked pumpkin pie, give the meal some festive flair with creative seasonal decor. Here are a few ideas to try this Thanksgiving. Say Thanks with Chalk Chalkboard signs …

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Have a New Neighbor? Do These Three Things

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By Audrey Sellers When a new neighbor moves in on your street, there’s one thing you’ll want to do right away: Give a great big Texas welcome. You want the new folks to know that they’re welcomed and that you’re looking forward to getting to know them better. So, how do you make them feel right at home? Read on …