Are you a home owner currently trying to sell your home? With the winter chill affecting many parts of the country right now, it’s a good idea to think about making your home tours or open house go by a little more smoothly for potential buyers.
While many people focus on staging their home for tours, sometimes you forget that beyond everything, safety should be your prime concern. Depending on your area, safety might mean different things, but it’s always best to be prepared for the worst; no one wants to get sued by someone who might have otherwise bought their home!
Before the winter weather hits your area full force, go out and pick up supplies for your house and yard. It happens the same every year, people don’t think about their lack of snow
The end of October a terrible time for disasters in the news in North America. Haida Gwaii, on the west coast of Canada, experienced the biggest earthquake recorded in the country since the quake in the Queen Charlotte Islands in 1949. Meanwhile, on the east coast of both Canada and the US, Hurricane Sandy causing huge amounts of damage to many areas due to flooding and high winds. The storm affected Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, and at least 14 states. Fallout from the storm included high wind damage, flooding across coastal areas, and blizzards in mountainous regions.
In many areas of both Canada and the US, residents do not feel like they need to be prepared for natural disasters. While it seems important if you live in
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