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10 Things Not to Forget With Your Spring Cleaning

10 Things Not to Forget With Your Spring Cleaning

By on Mar 21, 2017 in Blog, Home & Garden, Tips & Hacks | 0 comments

With March shooing away the winter and bringing in new beginnings, we all know it’s the time to clean our kbhomes and get ready for better weather. As you are tidying up and dusting during this upcoming season change, don’t forget these key ways to help out around your house. Whether you live in an apartment or townhouse, these 10 things you didn’t originally...

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Vital Hints to Selling a Home That has Pets

Vital Hints to Selling a Home That has Pets

By on Mar 15, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Having pets is awesome. They fill our lives with love, beauty and wonder. Whether it’s a loyal dog, mischievous cat, hamster, lizard, guinea pig, ferret, hedgehog or pygmy goats – we love them. The problem comes when a potential buyer of your home sees your pets or evidence of them as they might not love them. While pet lovers may feel that buyers should see...

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The St. Patrick’s Day Luck to Buying a Home

The St. Patrick’s Day Luck to Buying a Home

By on Mar 8, 2017 in Holiday, Real Estate | 0 comments

When you are on the hunt for a new home, perhaps one of the new KB homes in Tampa Florida, spotting a leprechaun with a pot of gold would be the most ideal in the home hunting. However, even without that pot of gold or leprechaun, perhaps some lucky numbers can help you find your dream home! The strategy of home pricing is influenced by numbers and your own personal...

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Ways to Protect Your Home from Flooding

Ways to Protect Your Home from Flooding

By on Feb 24, 2017 in Blog, Home & Garden, Tips & Hacks | 0 comments

Owning a home is part of the American dream! But it does take maintain and repairing to keep it in order and maintain your value. The most common national disaster in America is flooding, leading to billions of dollars’ worth of loss between the years of 2001 and 2010 alone (per the National Flood Insurance Program). Generally, your homeowners insurance policy does...

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Buy a New Home or Rent in Houston?

Buy a New Home or Rent in Houston?

By on Feb 22, 2017 in Real Estate | 0 comments

Confidence is building in the Houston home builders market due to oil prices heading up. Yet with interest rates climbing and high end apartment rental rates decreasing a bit, the question arises: “It is better to rent or to buy a home in Houston?” It may all depend on how long you plan on living in your home. According to Zillow’s Breakeven Horizon report, if you...

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Las Vegas Sweet Spots for Gourmet Candy

Las Vegas Sweet Spots for Gourmet Candy

By on Feb 6, 2017 in Food, Holiday | 0 comments

Las Vegas is always a hot spot for a fun time, but did you know that it’s also a sweet spot for gourmet candy? If you’re planning a visit to Las Vegas or looking at one of the beautiful KB Homes in Las Vegas, you’ll definitely want to plan a stop by at least one of these sweet shops and taste some of the sugary delicacies available.   1) Sugar Factory Sugar Factory...

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Cheapskate’s Guide to Home Staging

Cheapskate’s Guide to Home Staging

By on Jan 10, 2017 in Real Estate, Style & Decor | 0 comments

The big thing in real estate buzz right now is home staging. If you’ve caught any of the home flipping shows on television in the last year, then you’ve seen homes for sale that have undergone some amazing transformations in a short period of time. Some go through entire remodels, some just get a new coat of paint, and all of them, when the construction dust...

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10 Things That Drag the Value of Your Home Down

10 Things That Drag the Value of Your Home Down

By on Jan 5, 2017 in Real Estate | 0 comments

Every homeowner planning to sell their home hopes to get top dollar for their property. But, there may be some things that are devaluing their home that they may be unaware of. Consider this list of things that affect the sale price of a home if you are planning on putting your place on the market.   #10 Too Many Similar Listings If the market is flooded with...

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Use Photography to Help Market Your Home

Use Photography to Help Market Your Home

By on Dec 31, 2016 in Real Estate | 0 comments

If you are a homeowner trying to sell your house, you know how important it is to market your home to the right person in the right way. Curb appeal and first impressions can make a big difference in how a potential buyer feels about your home. And how a buyer feels is the deciding factor on making a purchase. It’s important to have quality updates, clean spaces,...

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Make a Perfect Cuban Sandwich

Make a Perfect Cuban Sandwich

By on Dec 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In the late 1800’s, Tampa was home to many Cuban immigrants. The area around Ybor City was particularly popular among the Cuban population, and it is there that what is now known as the Cuban Sandwich was first created. If you plan on visiting to see new homes for sale in Tampa, Florida, take a day cruise on the Gulf Coast, or fish one in the Bay you can pick up one...

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