April 2018 Newsletter

|April 9, 2018|

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On the Road Again: The Return of the RV Lifestyle

North Americans are traveling the highways and byways again. And doing it in style. After the halcyon days of RVing in the 70s, the industry declined. The 2008 financial crisis practically destroyed it, but now vehicles ranging from small trailers to high-end products (like the $400,000 Winnebago camper “that looks like a fancy, spacious apartment,” according to an NPR report) are once again “on the road.”  Read more…

“Surban” Lifestyle May Offer the Best of Two Worlds 

Suburban lifestyle or city amenities? That’s the issue many millennials are facing, but now it seems that choice has become a lot easier: a new hybrid blends the best of suburban and urban living into one. Of course, it’s called “surban.”  Read more…

Cities Are Thinking Instagram: Is This Good, Bad, or Just a Fad?

Do you want to live in an “Instagram Playground”? According to a recent CityLab headline, it’s happening right now: “Your Entire City Is an Instagram Playground ….” But is this good or bad? You decide. Read more…

Find a Healthier Life in the Produce Aisles

North Americans typically eat far less than the 25 to 30 grams of recommended daily dietary fiber. And reasons for this abound. But it comes down to one thing: more people are eating at restaurants, taking out, and ordering in, meaning they’re unlikely to purchase vegetables or fruits—the items containing the most dietary fiber.  Read more…

What Can Sellers Do Before a Home Inspection?

Buyers want to know they’re purchasing a property not only that they love, but that’s safe and well maintained. A home inspection is designed to reveal any potential problems with the property. So sellers should try to make the buyer’s inspection as smooth as possible to avoid red flags that might scrap the purchase. Read more…

TLC Tips for Tidying Up Your Tech

Like our homes and cars, our tech devices need regular maintenance to perform better and last longer. Try these tips, courtesy of Gizmodo.com. Read more…

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Tim Royster | U.S. Army Veteran | REALTOR® | (571) 275-0871 | [email protected]

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