Feb
12/16
Views: 990

The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is now 36 basis point lower since January, and hovering around 3.65 percent. That’s down from 3.72 last week and the sixth week in a row that rates have dropped. Time to refinance!

Feb
06/16
Views: 1004

Richard Hutten dombo childs mug in 5 colors.

Feb
04/16
Views: 802

Home prices rose 6.3 % on average from December 2014 to December 2015, according to CoreLogic. In our immediate market place we are seeing increased numbers of buyers looking for homes and inventory levels at all time low.

Feb
03/16
Views: 945

We’ve seen  embedded televisions, Google engineer Max Braun, created his on “smart” mirror which includes weather forecast, RSS news feed, traffic and  more to come.

Feb
02/16
Views: 914

Maya Angelou’s New York City home, where she entertained her many famous guests, will hit the market for $5 million this week.

Feb
02/16
Views: 918

VELOMOBILES:  Here are a few  examples of  enclosed bikes, also know as velomobiles, no need for a rain poncho!

Jan
31/16
Views: 1006
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This past summer we purchased a summer home in Kennebunkport, Maine. The realtor showing us the home pointed out the “She Shed” in the backyard, a term I had never heard.  Come to find out they are the rage, a solitary place for women to relax, practice a hobby and  solo activities. Here are few adorable she shed examples.

Jan
30/16
Views: 877

Desk lamp and pencil holder all in ONE called Buddy  

According to Leigh Kamping-Carder of the Wall Street Journal, in many instances a highfalutin street name does not mean high home values.

Jan
20/16
Views: 536

Penn Station, as many NJ Transit riders know, is decrepit, overcrowded and only after 50 years in existence, is obsolete and no longer serves  commuters basic needs.  Here is Governor Cuomo 3 billion dollar plan to renovate and expand Penn Station.   In reading this article I  can’t help forget how the original Penn Station, more beautiful and stately than Grand Central Station was allowed to be bulldozed to the ground in 1964 to make room for the “new” Penn station … Continue reading