Low-cost storage hacks for creating more space

Comedian George Carlin’s most memorable routine was, “A place for my stuff.” In it, he talked about dealing with the increasing quantity of items we accumulate throughout life. George was funny. The problem is not. Here are some low-cost ideas for quickly creating storage space for your stuff. Attach a cloth pouch or thin plastic basket to the inside of cupboard doors. This is a great way to store Tupperware lids, cosmetics, etc. Install hooks inside the foyer closet for loose items such as hats and scarfs. Use egg cartons to make effective storage inserts in drawers. Fashion stores often put purchases in stiff, high-quality boxes. Placed on their sides, these make effective storage compartm

Making "Neighborhood Targeting" work for you

Imagine if you dreamed of owning a special limited-edition vehicle. What would you do to ensure that your dream vehicle would someday be parked in your driveway - with your name on the ownership papers? You would probably start by doing some research. You’d find out how much that vehicle would cost, what features are available, and so forth. You would likely visit a local dealership and take a test drive if a model is available on site. You would keep an eye on the market for any that come up and let the dealer know you’re looking for just that car. If you did, then, someday, you’d probably be the proud owner of the limited-edition car of your dreams. What does this have to do with real es

Should you move or renovate?

Determining whether you should buy a new home or fix up your current one isn’t easy. In fact, the decision can be steeped in so much drama, they make reality TV shows about it! So, if you’re wondering whether to move or improve, here are three things to consider: 1. Will a renovation truly fix what you don’t like about your property? If you’re tired of a small kitchen, for example, given the layout of your house, it might not be possible to make it any bigger. On the other hand, if you’re craving a spacious rec room with a cosy fireplace, then a renovation could make that happen. Of course, there are some things you may want that aren’t specific to your house, such as an easier commute o

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As you may know, I build my business on repeat business and referrals. So, I focus a lot of my attention on providing the best client service I can. That service doesn’t end when the transaction is complete. It continues throughout the months and years in between your moves. In fact, that’s one of the main reasons I keep in touch with you with these informative updates. Is there anything more I can be doing to be helpful? If so, please let me know. I welcome your call or email anytime. If you - or a friend, colleague, family member or neighbor - ever need to talk to a real estate sales associate with the kind of commitment to client service that I strive to provide, I hope you’ll think of me

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Maggie Ward, Realtor

Broker Associate, SRES

DRE #01016282

HomeBased Realty

42402 10th St West, Ste J

Lancaster, CA 93534

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