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Kathleen Tur…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
The National Assocation of New Home Builders recently released the most popular features in new single-family homes in 2014. Builders nationwide were surveyed to find out what features they were most likely… Read more
Blogged Mon Mar 31, 2014 by Kathleen Turner Quality of Life Home Buying Going Green
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Preston Sand…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
As the months pass and the end of the calendar year approaches, it's time to update your do-it-yourself list. Several home winterization projects will help keep your home in good repair come spring.While… Read more
Blogged Sat Sep 28, 2013 by Preston Sandlin Home Buying Remodel & Renovate Going Green
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Heather Hopk…, Real Estate Pro in Concord, NC
So I have been hearing many questions about buying a new construciton home lately, and decided that it was worth posting about.  People want to know how much can I negotiate, do I need a buyer's agent,… Read more
Blogged Mon Jan 7, 2013 by Heather Hopkinson Home Buying Going Green Home Ownership
Robin Faison, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Hello friends,After attending two recent workshops on going green in housing, I have come to the conclusion that there are simple measures to being more energy efficient. Here is the gist of what… Read more
Blogged Thu Sep 15, 2011 by Robin Faison Going Green
Jane Carolina, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
In this day where making money is hard to come by, saving money is the next best thing. Our energy bill for the month of June totaled $87. YES!!! Keep in mind the heat index has been in the upper 90's… Read more
Blogged Wed Aug 17, 2011 by Jane Carolina Going Green
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Tim Brown, R…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Here are some tips we have come across over the last several weeks to help perhaps save you a few pennies as well as be more earth and energy conscious…Did you know that your refridgeraotor accounts… Read more
Blogged Fri Apr 22, 2011 by Tim Brown, Realtor ®, BROKER Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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Deana, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Create A Garden Room: It’s a Natural Choice By: Caralee Adams Published: February 3, 2011 Create a garden room to provide space for tools and seeds, and to allow you to commune with nature from… Read more
Blogged Fri Mar 11, 2011 by Deana Quality of Life Going Green Design & Decor
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My husband and I bought our current house in the Ballantyne area in October 2009.  The house was built in 1989, and our home inspection report indicated that our attic insulation was only at R-19, whereas… Read more
Blogged Sun Jan 2, 2011 by Voices Member General Area Home Buying Going Green
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Kathleen Tur…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
The holidays are upon us - the happiest season of all! With all of the hustle and bustle of buying gifts, cooking, getting our homes ready for holiday guests, sometimes we neglect to think safety. All… Read more
Blogged Wed Dec 8, 2010 by Kathleen Turner Quality of Life Going Green Design & Decor
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If you've been considering replacing older windows in your house, now is a good time to do it!  Not only will you be able to keep the cold air out of your house more effectively this winter, but certain… Read more
Blogged Wed Nov 3, 2010 by Voices Member Remodel & Renovate Going Green
Preston Sand…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
In this economy, you may feel grateful to have a roof over your head. But how much do you really think about your roof? It's one of the most important elements of your home, one that helps protect all… Read more
Blogged Fri Sep 17, 2010 by Preston Sandlin Remodel & Renovate Going Green Property Q&A
Jolukanan1964, Other/Just Looking in Chatham, MA
Does the high cost of kitchen remodeling keep you cooking, cleaning and sometimes dining in an out of date, out of style room you hate? Want to update your kitchen at an affordable price? At Kitchen… Read more
Blogged Fri Sep 3, 2010 by Jolukanan1964 Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
Preston Sand…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
As home heating and cooling costs soar, your energy dollars literally might be going out the window - and the walls. Small and not-so-small air leaks through covered walls, floors, ceilings and normal… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 31, 2010 by Preston Sandlin Going Green
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Preston Sand…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
With the arrival of warmer weather, it can be a challenge to keep your home cool and comfortable, yet keep your energy bills in check. By taking steps now to make your home more environmentally friendly,… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 31, 2010 by Preston Sandlin Going Green
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dave, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
As spring approaches here in Charlotte North Carolina, I am reminded of ways to keep my home more green. I found an old article I read a while ago that talked about ways to save energy and make your home… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 3, 2010 by dave Going Green
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Andrew Thigp…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Ways to Save Money and Conserve Energy, Dilworth, NC Real Estate - Charlotte Rea Estate News  With people becoming more aware and more concerned about their carbon footprint people are searching… Read more
Blogged Mon Aug 24, 2009 by Andrew Thigpen Going Green
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Kathleen Pea…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Part IV:  Financial Benefits of “Going Green” · 30% Personal Tax Credit up to $1500 for energy efficiency upgrades (water heaters, furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, air conditioners, building… Read more
Blogged Thu May 7, 2009 by Kathleen Pearson Going Green
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Kathleen Pea…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Part III:  Green Certifications The following are brief descriptions of certain “green” certifications available in the NC market.  Further details can be obtained from the programs’… Read more
Blogged Wed May 6, 2009 by Kathleen Pearson Going Green
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Kathleen Pea…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Part II:  “Greener” Materials and Building Methods (continued) Avoiding the Toxic 5:  Radon, Mold, Formaldehyde, VOC’s and Carbon Monoxide ·  Radon:  Radon is a radioactive… Read more
Blogged Tue May 5, 2009 by Kathleen Pearson Going Green
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Kathleen Pea…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Intro Well . . . it never really was just for tree huggers.  Going green represents an efficient, sustainable use of resources to create healthy, comfortable living environments, which makes sense both… Read more
Blogged Mon May 4, 2009 by Kathleen Pearson Going Green
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