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November 2014

Found 24 blog entries for November 2014.

How To Clean Up After Thanksgiving in Half the Time

The Pilgrims were on to something when they planned a Thanksgiving potluck; here are other good ideas that’ll simplify your T-Day kitchen cleanup.

Want something to be thankful for? Check out these tips that’ll make your Thanksgiving kitchen cleanup faster and easier -- and will give you more time to enjoy family and friends.

Plan a potluck: The first Thanksgiving was a potluck; so let your guests share the fun and bring dishes to share. Then make sure they take home their serving bowls and platters, which will cut down on dishes to wash and put away.

Decide on disposable: Leave Mom’s good dishes in the breakfront and set your table with disposable — and recyclable — place settings. Party stores

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How to Organize Your Refrigerator 

Leftovers gobbling up space in your refrigerator? Here are some tips for keeping things organized, efficient, and tasty.

Dreaming of a clean refrigerator, but not sure how to organize? We’ve got some cool ideas.

Front and center

Give prime fridge space to priority items, says professional organizer Kathi Burns, founder of Add Space to Your Life. 

“If you want leftovers to be eaten, keep them front and center on the middle rack, at eye level,” says Burns. “That goes for healthy snacks, too. If you have leftovers, don’t cram them in the back.”

For large food items, slice and store in several containers, says professional organizer Abbey Claire Keusch. If your refrigerator has adjustable shelves, you can move them

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Goodyear Housing Prices & Real Estate Activity

Here are the latest numbers out for Goodyear Housing Prices during the month of October 2014.  Be sure to check out all the housing inventory and pricing statistics at our website.  If you are looking at buying or selling a home in Chandler, be sure to contact us about our special home seller marketing program and home buyer incentives.

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Chandler Housing Price Activity

Here is are the latest numbers out for Chandler Housing Prices during the month of October 2014.  Be sure to check out all the housing inventory and pricing statistics at our website.  If you are looking at buying or selling a home in Chandler, be sure to contact us about our special home seller marketing program and home buyer incentives.

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Be sure to check out this Ashton Woods re-sale in Verrado. Whether you are looking to live her year round or just during the winter, this turn key home is ready to move in now. Victory in Verrado is coming, but you can get into Verrado now with this fantasic resale property.

$244,900 - 3952 N. Point Ridge, Buckeye

   Bedrooms: 4
   Bathrooms: 2
   Sq. Footage: 1,934
   Year Built: 2004
   Garage Spaces: 2
   Type: Residential
   MLS® Number: 5204012
OFFERED BY: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
  Doug Young
Co-Owner/Designated Broker
623.210.0902
Schedule a Showing
Request More Info
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There were 229 new active homes for sale in Buckeye during the month of October, with 77 new listings that came on the market during the same time.  The average selling price of homes during the month was $199,133.  For more detailed information, and additional house pricing stats visit the stats page below.

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New active MLS listings for sale in Anthem came in at 123 during the month of October, while there are now currently 269 total active homes for sale in Anthem as of November 24th.  If you want to get the latest information on Anthem home prices and the recent real estate market activity, be sure to check out our home price stats page HERE.
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Take a look at the most common things that can go wrong when you have guests and learn how to prevent them.

 Imagine you’re preparing to host your annual holiday party, and you’re past the point of no return. The veggies and meats have been bought. Guests are already braving busy airports and crowded highways to get to your home—and then your oven won’t turn on. Your home-cooked meal has quickly turned into a microwave dinner.

That’s just one of many hosting nightmares that can end your holiday party before it even begins. Thankfully, some of the most damaging mishaps easily can be avoided. We collected five of the most prevalent issues and give you preventative tips to keep your holiday party on track.

Problem: The oven doesn’t heat

For any

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Ellis Cameron

  • Email:  Ellis@TheCascadeTeam.com
  • Cell:  253.347.2444
  • Office:  253.336.8251

We are happy to welcome Ellis Cameron to The Cascade Team! Ellis transferred to us from Home and Equity Real Estate and will be joining our Tacoma Office.

We are very excited to have Ellis on www.TheCascadeTeam.com and look forward to seeing his success!

 

Our Local Real Estate Team

Cascade Team Real Estate agents are proactive in serving their customers, studying the market and touring homes, so they can provide the most accurate housing market data for their you their client. This helps you better understand the competitive environment, pricing strategies and provides an edge in the negotiation process.  Our goal is to always meet

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9 Ways To Avoid Gobbling Up Energy on Thanksgiving 

Wasting energy on Thanksgiving? Don’t be a turkey. 

A few days before Thanksgiving

1. Install a dimmer switch for the dining room chandelier. Every time you dim a bulb’s brightness by 10%, you’ll double the bulb’s lifespan. Most CFLs don’t work with dimmers, but you can create mood lighting with incandescents and LEDs. The dimmer switch will cost you about $10.

2. Plan side dishes that can cook simultaneously with the turkey. If you cook dishes at the same temperature at the same time, you’ll reduce the amount of time the oven has to be running — it’s easier for the cook and saves energy, too.

When you start cooking

3. Lower your house thermostat a few degrees. The oven will keep the house warm.

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