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Thursday, June 13, 2019   /   by Nicole Solari

16 Times Homeowners Got Overly Creative With Their Garage Doors

16 Times Homeowners Got Overly Creative With Their Garage Doors




Ever get tired of those cookie-cutter garages with blank doors? Boring! Check out these examples of amazing garage doors that will definitely make those that pass by to a double take! Some of these are pretty mind-bending.


1. John Scarratt turned this into a brilliant ad as a catchy piece of art. I suppose the wall needed better coding.

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2. Have that rare car you want to protect? Do you just want to feel more like a secret agent?

McMills Construction and Beausoleil Architects created this hidden garage to maximize rent for a tenant as well as avoid penalties from city coding. The reasoning may have been a bit dastardly, but the results are quite cool.


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3. This is a 3D garage sticker. And an accident waiting to happen.

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Wednesday, June 05, 2019   /   by Nicole Solari

Multigenerational Homes Are On The Rise

Multigenerational Homes Are On The Rise





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As loved ones start to get older, we start to wonder: how long will they be able to live alone?  Will they need someone there to help them with daily life? There’s a reason to ask those questions now more than ever, as the average life expectancy in the U.S. is 78 years old!  As a result, 41% of Americans in the market are searching for a home that can accommodate a multigenerational family.
The graph below shows the number of people by generation that purchased a multigenerational home because they will either be taking care of an aging parent or they just want to spend time together.
Of those buyers, 26% indicated they will be taking care of an aging parent, and 14% said they want to spend time with an aging parent. These numbers do not come as a surprise. According to Pew Research Center, 64 million Americans (20% of the population) lived in a multigener ...

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  real estate, home ownership, homebuyers, buying, first time home buyer, moving, napa valley, solano county, family homes, multigenerational

Friday, May 24, 2019   /   by Nicole Solari

Everything You Need to Know About Moving to Napa

Everything You Need to Know About Moving to Napa
 
Whether it’s the natural beauty of the valleys, or you just want to be closer to Sandra Bullock, moving to Napa is really a great choice.
 
The City of Napa is simply one of the most stunning places in California, and right at the heat of the Napa Valley wine region. It’s a perfect destination for a permanent relocation or purchasing a vacation home, particularly if you want to embark on hiking trails or live close to lovely parks.
 
But moving anywhere in this county requires quite a bit of preparation, particularly if at the moment you’re miles away from Napa or even California. Luckily for you, we’re presenting everything you need to know about moving to Napa!
 

 
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A quick Google search for Napa results in countless breathtaking photos, which are enough to make anyone want to move here. However, it is a big life decision, and you should know a few thin ...

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019   /   by Nicole Solari

8 Mistakes First-Time Home Sellers Make & How to Avoid Them?

8 Mistakes First-Time Home Sellers Make & How to Avoid Them




Plenty of home sellers consider their places to be coveted properties that others would be lucky to own. But, that hubris can often lead to trouble when it comes to actually landing an offer and closing a sale.


First-time sellers in particular exhibit some self-sabotaging behaviors that can trip them up on the way getting the deal done. The following are the most common mistakes they make and how to avoid them.

1. Thinking they can go it alone



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Selling a home is not for the faint of heart, nor is it an easy DIY project. First-time home sellers quickly realize marketing and showing their property is a full-time job. Unless they’re experts in real estate contracts, appraisals, inspections, and other documentation, they can end up make costly errors. Fortunately, this is an easy one to fix: Hire a licensed agent.

2. Wanting to price it too high



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