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Joshua Lioce, Real Estate Pro in 01757
The cost of heating can really take a toll on us over the colder fall and winter months. Having a programmable thermostat can help in cutting heating costs and still staying warm. But just having one isn’t… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 26, 2014 by Joshua Lioce Remodel & Renovate Going Green Home Ownership
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Joshua Lioce, Real Estate Pro in 01757
The kitchen sponge is one of the dirtiest things in the kitchen. They are used for washing dishes, cleaning kitchen appliances and wiping up food spills. Sponges can harbor harmful bacteria and when left… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 12, 2014 by Joshua Lioce Going Green Property Q&A Home Ownership
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Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Five Tips for Indoor-Outdoor LivingToday, the idea of indoor-outdoor living is not just for beach-dwellers anymore. And it's not just for the moneyed either. Want to create an indoor-outdoor experience… Read more
Blogged Sun Mar 9, 2014 by Len & Leslie Marma Going Green Property Q&A Home Ownership
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617-461-4691…, Real Estate Pro in Somerville, MA
Cambridge Massachusetts has a variety of assets and challenges when it comes to public transportation. According to the City of Cambridge:"25% of people who live or work in Cambridge rely on transit. Many… Read more
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Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
9 Easy Ways to Go GreenSo, you've decided you want to go green. Time to ditch everything leather, along with all the meat in your diet, buy a bike, and turn your backyard into a composting garden. You… Read more
Blogged Fri Dec 13, 2013 by Len & Leslie Marma Quality of Life Going Green Property Q&A
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Brian Grosch…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
December 2013   You know you really can save money on your utilities…….   Here’s How!   Heating and cooling   The most important item on the list is – Look for air… Read more
Blogged Fri Dec 6, 2013 by Brian Grosch 561-899-2337 Tech Tips Going Green How To...
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
The right cabinet color can transform your kitchen or bathroom's look. And because replacing cabinetry can be expensive, a fresh paint color could be the best bet for your budget. But before you start… Read more
Blogged Thu Nov 28, 2013 by Bill Patterson Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
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Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Best Solutions for An Energy Efficient Older HomeHome built in 1981. It has electric heat (e.g., insulation is good). Goal: to protect home equity. Budget: good. Increasing performance and lowering maintenance… Read more
Blogged Mon Nov 11, 2013 by Len & Leslie Marma Going Green Property Q&A Home Ownership
Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Go Solar, Save Energy, Increase Home Value, Earn 200% ReturnThe sun's rays can warm you all over - from your head to your toes and to your pocket book in between. Solar energy systems - typically solar… Read more
Blogged Mon Oct 21, 2013 by Len & Leslie Marma Market Conditions Going Green Property Q&A
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Marie Souza…, Real Estate Pro in Centerville, MA
The cost of heating can really take a toll on us over the colder fall and winter months. Having a programmable thermostat can help in cutting heating costs and still staying warm. But just having one isn't… Read more
Blogged Fri Oct 11, 2013 by Marie Souza Team Going Green Property Q&A Home Ownership
Marie Souza…, Real Estate Pro in Centerville, MA
For what the typical family wastes every year on air leaks--about $350--you can plug energy-robbing gaps, start saving money, and enjoy a more comfortable home.1. Insulate around recessed lightsMost recessed… Read more
Blogged Fri Oct 11, 2013 by Marie Souza Team Going Green How To... Property Q&A
Marie Souza…, Real Estate Pro in Centerville, MA
Why didn’t I think of that?! There are simple and easy ways to make everyday tasks easier. Here are just a few ingenious little tips, tricks and ideas that solve everyday problems … some you… Read more
Blogged Fri Oct 11, 2013 by Marie Souza Team Quality of Life Going Green How To...
Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
How Green Is Your City?The American Council For An Energy-Efficient Economy released its score card that ranks the top-rated cities. You might be surprised by which cities make the list.Full Story:Â… Read more
Blogged Fri Sep 27, 2013 by Len & Leslie Marma General Area Going Green Home Ownership
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Joshua Lioce, Real Estate Pro in 01757
Making daily choices to help conserve water is a win win. Reducing the amount of water used in your home will help protect our world’s natural resource and save you money at the same time. Best… Read more
Blogged Wed Sep 11, 2013 by Joshua Lioce Quality of Life Going Green Home Ownership
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Joshua Lioce, Real Estate Pro in 01757
With the recent scrutiny being placed on food quality in America, many people are looking to starting their own gardens. While there’s no denying that keeping a garden can be a lot of work, the… Read more
Blogged Thu Jul 25, 2013 by Joshua Lioce Going Green Design & Decor Home Ownership
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Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Survey: Features Generation Y Homebuyers Favor      By: Tory BarringerDSNews.com, June 4th, 2013     As National Homeownership Month kicks off, the National Association of Home Builders… Read more
Blogged Sat Jun 8, 2013 by Len & Leslie Marma Home Buying Going Green Home Ownership
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Spiro Vrouhas, Real Estate Pro in Weston, MA
With the summer season approaching, home utilities cost tend to rise greatly. Here is a great artice on how cut back on home cost for the summer!If you are looking to purchase or sell a home in the Chelmsford… Read more
Blogged Sat Jun 1, 2013 by Spiro Vrouhas Home Selling Going Green Property Q&A
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Amy Mullen,…, Real Estate Pro in Marlborough, MA
Ramp up your curb appeal with cool landscaping projects you can easily pull off in a weekend. Project #1: Install Rigid Flower Bed Edging The setup: A crisp edge where the lawn meets the flower beds… Read more
Blogged Sun May 19, 2013 by Amy Mullen, Realtor CPA Home Selling Curb Appeal Going Green
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Len & Leslie…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Create a Beautiful Outdoor Space On a BudgetThe lawn and landscape outside your home can be your own personalized creation, and it does not have to be expensive. By learning frugal methods to care for… Read more
Blogged Tue May 7, 2013 by Len & Leslie Marma Curb Appeal Going Green Property Q&A
Amy Mullen,…, Real Estate Pro in Marlborough, MA
Free seeds and starter plants for your vegetable garden happily live in your refrigerator and pantry. Plant a potato and you’ll harvest a bagful; plant a single horseradish root, and you’ll… Read more
Blogged Mon Apr 8, 2013 by Amy Mullen, Realtor CPA Quality of Life Going Green
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