Christine Joyner Mitchell's Blog Posts

Dealing With Popcorn Ceilings

Popcorn is great with a movie or possibly for stringing around an old-fashioned Christmas tree, but it’s a little less universally loved when it’s applied to the ceiling as a texture. “Popcorn

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Buying And Selling After CONVID19

To my incredible clients, friends, & family,I know that this is a very uncertain time. We are all worried about the health and safety of ourselves, our family, friends, and community. Add to

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Try These Fixes To Get Your House Sold

Selling Your Home? If you are selling your home, we know you want to get it sold quickly and for the most money possible. There are a lot of factors that go into selling your home and it

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Video Doorbells And Privacy

Video Doorbells and Privacy: Maintaining A BalanceAdvancing technology has played a large part in improving home security in recent years. This is due, in part, to the rising popularity of the

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What Is A Reverse Mortgage

“What goes up must come down,” so goes the saying. And, to that end, what goes forward must also go in reverse. Turns out the same also applies to mortgages, sort of. Except, instead of being a

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What You Need To Know Before Installing A Pool

With the sunny days of summer just around the corner, it’s hard to not let your thoughts turn to the cool, refreshing blue waters of a backyard pool. Maybe you’ve been considering putting a pool

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Prepare For The Next Natural Disaster With These 7 Tips

Any time there’s a natural disaster, emergency preparedness is all anyone can think about. But soon after the news coverage fades away, it’s back to the same old grind, with little brain power

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How Do I Unclog Household Drains

So there you are, minding your own business while having a shave over the bathroom sink, when you see it. The water. It’s not draining. And your sink is threatening to overflow. You turn off the

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The Loan Estimate Form Turns Oranges Into Apples

Shopping for a house can be stressful, but choosing a loan has the potential to be just as bad. There's a lot to know, a small window in which to figure it all out and a 30 year commitment to a loan

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Outdoor Kitchens 4 Points To Ponder

Your new house has an awesome outdoor kitchen, or maybe you just had one installed, either way you’re all set to grill outside all summer (and maybe into the fall and winter, too). Have you

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Saving Green With Green Updates

Sometimes, it ain’t easy bein’ green, but other times, like when you’re trying to outfit your house with money and energy saving components, it’s a piece of key lime pie. The demand for

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5 Ways To Dress Up Your House On A Budget

Owning a house is a never-ending adventure in investing your heart and soul into a wholly unique structure. Some homeowners have great big budgets for massive changes or enhancements to their home,

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Let The Sun Shine In More Ways To Brighten Your Home And Improve Its Appeal

When you're thinking about selling your home, it's easy to get overwhelmed. Before you start tearing out carpets -- make it feel light, bright, and airy.Should you paint the front door? How about

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What Is A FICO Score

Buying a home is a big responsibility, and it can be a bit overwhelming. Do you know how your FICO score impacts your home purchasing power? Better yet, do you know what makes up your FICO

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How Can Investors Profit In A Sellers Market

For the past few years the market trends have been tougher and tougher for investors. Year over year September 2017 numbers state that closed sales are down 18.2% and new inventory on the market

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How To Market Your Property For Rent And Make Big Money

Article by Chris ClothierA vacant rental property is expensive. If you have a mortgage to pay on your property and no tenants, a few months can create big financial losses. To keep the window

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The 10 Best Places To Live Right Now In The US

The 10 Best Cities To Relocate To In The U.S.Article By Carly LedbetterRelocation is recommended for many reasons. You’ll get to know yourself better, meet new people and explore

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5 Of The Cheapest Ways To Increase The Value Of Your Home

Article by: Rebecca Lake, Smart AssetIf you’re planning to put your home on the market, it pays to make sure you’re maximizing your equity. Taking on a large-scale remodeling project can

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Downsize Today With These Tiny Houses In Sunny Florida

Ever wonder what life would be like living in a tiny house?  While many people dream of owning the biggest place in the neighborhood, others see more space as more work and would

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A Look Inside Americas Most Expensive House On The Market

Article by: Karen Hua from Forbes The most expensive home for sale in the United States just hit the market for $250 million—and it includes a helicopter, complete car and art collection, and

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The Real Way To Become A Millionaire Through Real Estate

Article By Brandon Turner, Forbes.comSource: Binyamin Mellish via Pexels.comReal estate can make you a millionaire.Sure, this might sound like the promise of a late-night television salesperson

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Everything You Need To Know Before Buying A Foreclosure

Article from: http://www.homefinder.com/research/buying-a-foreclosure-72idThe Pros & Cons of Buying a ForeclosurePreparing to Buy a ForeclosureIf you’re a buyer considering a foreclosure

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4 Reasons It Is The Right Time To Sell Your Home Now

TEXT BY:Article on http://www.daveramsey.com/blog/4-signs-right-time-sell-your-home Not sure when to sell your house? If you’ve been on the fence, we’ve got good news: It’s a great market

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Forget Uber And Travel With The Newly Launched Ferry From Tampa To St Pete

For the first time in years, residents of the Tampa Bay area can travel via ferry from Tampa to St. Petersburg and vise versa. Setting sail on its first voyage yesterday, November 1, 2016, the ferry

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Bring The Beach Indoors With This Goregeous DIY Wood Pallet Wall

Ready to mix things up for your decor? It doesn't always have to cost an arm and a leg to make your home feel special, especially when you're doing it DIY style! Just a few pieces of wood and some

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