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715 SE 12 Ter. Homestead 33033 Miami Area Home For Sale

Check out our newest listing. A cozy and move-in ready 4 bedroom, 2 bath single family residence in Homestead, Florida. This great property sits on a huge oversized lot with lots of room for your grown-up toys. There’s room for a pool, a boat, an RV and several Sea-Doos all at once! There’s lots of natural light throughout. Ceramic tile in all living areas and faux wood laminate in the bedrooms. Unlike the majority of the homes in this area, this neighborhood has no HOA or CDD so no extra fees. It is close to shopping, schools, parks, the Homestead-Miami speedway, marinas, restaurants, medical care and national parks; one in each direction (East and West).  The Turnpike is mere minutes away so you’re just a hop, skip and a jump away from all that can take you to. Proximity to Florida Keys makes day trips possible and enjoyable. Call us at 305-81-HOUSE today!

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Miami Luxury Real Estate First Bitcoin to Bitcoin Sale

In the High Pines area of Miami, the first luxury real estate bitcoin to bitcoin sale has taken place. The seller, Michael Komaransky, asked his real estate agent to include bitcoin as an accepted method of payment for the multi-million dollar property. Both the seller and the buyer are early bitcoin investors. The property sold for 455 bitcoin which was supposedly worth $6M at the time of contract. Closing took place on February 2nd. I checked the price of bitcoin yesterday ($7,652.02) and today (up at $8,519.34) and it appears those same 455 bitcoin are worth less than $4M today. OUCH to the seller. It seems the buyer bought at a great time.

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How to Fix a Sweaty Toilet: Condensation on Toilet Tank

If you’ve noticed what happens to an iced drink on a humid summer day, you’ll have an idea why your toilet is sweaty. When warm, damp air hits a cold surface, condensation forms. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Get Kids to Save Energy

Kids have more important things to think about than turning off the lights. But discovering the lights blazing in an empty room for the umpteenth time is enough to make any parent scream, especially when the power bill arrives.

The good news is, you can train your kids about the importance of saving energy right from the start. Here’s great advice from some of our favorite bloggers who know a thing or three about kids. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Save 20% to 40% on Your Kitchen Remodel

The national median cost for a complete kitchen renovation is a nothing-to-sneeze-at $60,000, according to the “2015 Remodeling Impact Report” from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. Still, you can get the job done for less — much less — without forgoing anything on your wish list. Read the rest of this entry »

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Should You Be Paid for Housework?

Do you think husbands should pay stay-at-home wives for housework?

It’s a burning question in India, where its Ministry of Women and Child Development is considering a draft bill that would require men to pay a percentage of their salaries to compensate wives for the work they do around the house. Read the rest of this entry »

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