August 2018

Found 3 blog entries for August 2018.

How to Take Care of Your Pool All Year Long

Sadly, summer is coming to an end. The days will soon get shorter and the nights will get cooler. Even if you’re one of the brave souls swimming during the cold seasons, you’ll need to take special care of your pool to ensure it stays in tip-top shape.

Let’s first start with how to take care of your pool during autumn. During fall, make sure you’re checking your pool’s baskets and cleaner bags. Leaves and debris from nearby trees will be falling and they’ll fill up a lot faster than they do in the summer. A skimmer net can also help keep your pool clean when the seasons change.

Contrary to what you’ve heard, it’s not always best to keep your pool covered. Realtor.com advise covering it if leaves or

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Ask These Important Questions Before Purchasing a Condo

You’ve finally found it — the condo of your dreams. You’ve got your realtor and you think you’re ready to make an offer but, not so fast! There are some important questions to ask when purchasing a condo.

A condo is similar to a single-family home in terms of purchase but there will be some major differences, especially when it comes to rules. You definitely want to get to the bottom of these questions before making the final transaction.

What are the rules?

When it comes to the HOA, you definitely want to read the rules and regulations before committing to anything. Read and familiarize yourself with all of them. Associations can have rules regarding pets, renting out your place and so

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Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Lists Nashville Home with Treehouse

Brian Kelley, one half of country music duo Florida Georgia Line, just listed his very unique Nashville home for sale. The property includes a treehouse, a barn that’s perfect for parties and more on the 70-acre lot.

According to the Tennessean, the property is now listed at $6.2 million. Kelley owns the 70-acre lot in Nashville with his wife, Brittney. They bought the spot in late 2013 and six buildings sit on the land. It’s convenient to downtown and includes lush greenery as well as trails for outdoor activities.

“Our inspiration was to be as natural as possible and camouflage into the woods,” he told the newspaper via email.

That’s definitely what they did, especially

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