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A South Beach Spin   Inspired by Marco Giancola's  breathtaking Christmas Tree in the Sand, here is a pic from last year's trip to Miami, that I wanted to post in time for the this year's Festival of Lights. Warmer temps bring a sun and surf version of traditional holiday symbols. I thought this ...
Neighborhood Rehab Project   Calling all DIYers - Great opportunity to remodel the home of your dreams! Go ahead and stop searching. We await your homecoming. Top-notch neighborhood, highly acclaimed school district, tremendous curbside and backyard appeal to this lovely splanch, not touched by S...
Shine the Light   On days like this one, while NY is awaiting yet another Nor'easter to pass through our fine city, gray, blustery and wet is all you can expect to see outside.      Perhaps, you have an appointment to take home photos. If rescheduling is an option, that's definitely the way to go...
A Listing Presentation Amidst Disarray "You came highly recommended" was the feedback I received when the homeowner called to tell me that the family had decided to work with someone else.  As far as Mr. Seller was concerned,  both REALTORS®, up for the estate sale, were equal in terms of knowled...
Blood Manor - NYC's Premier Haunted Attraction   Located on Varick Street in lower Manhattan, Blood Manor is the place to visit for a first- class haunted house attraction.    If you're searching for a new way to celebrate the Halloween season with friends, then this is the place to come for a t...
Housing here on Long Island tends to be 50-70 years old. Plenty of additions have been made in that time. Permitting issues abound. Unfortunately, there is always a delay in the transaction and lots of headaches for everyone involved. It's become a part of life. No one worried about these things,...
The Key to Success - Does it Open the Right Door? Of all the real estate agent stereotypes that run rampant, (the money is all we care about!) and other such unflattering generalizations, the one that has always agitated me the most is an image of the agent who comes "running with the key" and go...
Proofread and Publish   Call me old-fashioned but I'm a bit of a stickler for accuracy.   Before you go ahead and publish that post, take a few minutes to examine your text to detect and correct typos and mistakes in grammar, spelling, and style.   If you're lucky enough to merit a feature, all y...
Can I Use Hardwood for my Kitchen Floor? I'm no flooring expert. So, if you're looking for expertise, please feel free to move on. However, if you're thinking of putting down a hardwood floor in your kitchen, and you're open to anecdotal advice, from one who's currently there, I'm your gal.  The ...
And the Walls Came Tumbling Down...Open Concept Revisited   Everything old is new again.Sooner or later, it all comes back, normally with a fashion-forward twist. For clothing, it has long been my policy to pass on a trend  its second go-round if I'm old enough to remember wearing it the first ti...

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