Brilliant Cleaning Shortcuts Lazy People Will Appreciate

Posted by Cheryl Eicholtz // February 24, 2019

Use plastic and foil liners religiously! From pans to refrigerators to ovens, foil is a lazy person’s key to a tidy kitchen. Clean the microwave by nuking a bowl of water. Nothing is more repulsive than the stink of leftovers that waft from the microwave, and even if you don’t notice it, food bacteria from […]

more >>

Reasons to Buy a home during the Holidays

Posted by Cheryl Eicholtz // December 8, 2018

Turkeys and tinsel, dreidels and pumpkin pie. Yes friends, the holidays are here again, and it’s the perfect time for … house hunting? OK, we know you’re busy enough planning family feasts and much-needed vacations while dealing with blustery weather, but hear us out. While it might seem counterintuitive to put a big-ticket item like […]

more >>

This Man Put A Window In His Kitchen Floor. The Reason? GENIUS!

Posted by Cheryl Eicholtz // August 8, 2017

At first glance, you might be thinking “bomb shelter”… but it’s really more like the bomb. I’m not exactly sure how this would affect resale value, but ya know what — I don’t care. It’s the slickest upgrade I’ve seen in a home in a long while. And I’m jealous!From one angle is just looks […]

more >>

“Pub-Sheds’ Hot Trend in Backyard Entertainment”

Posted by Cheryl Eicholtz // July 28, 2017

Backyard sheds are a dime a dozen. Most of them are useful for lawnmowers, tools, or perhaps your hubby’s smelly old high school sports paraphernalia. However, there’s a growing trend of pub-sheds that not only allow you to calm your nerves after a hard day’s work, but to do so in style from your very […]

more >>

4 Reasons You Should Hire A Property Manager

Posted by Cheryl Eicholtz // July 11, 2017

Price. One of the main negatives of property management is also one of the biggest positives. The average property management fee is 10% of the monthly rent received. While at first glance this is a sizable chunk of money on closer inspection you are really getting a bargain. Think about how many trips you make […]

more >>