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Real Estate the Smart Way / December 1, 2016

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  December 1, 2016
Newsletter No. 126
 
 
  How to Best Organize Your Home for the Holidays
  Many homeowners find the holidays to be a difficult time of year. To ensure that your holidays are as enjoyable as possible, be sure to get your home ready to face this festive season. Here are a few tips to prepare your home for the holiday hustle:

Create a Master To-Do List
Set aside an evening before the start of the holiday season to create a master to-do list. Next, set deadlines for each task to ensure everything is finished before guests arrive.
 
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  Keep Your Home Safe Without Compromising Style
  Home accidents cause nearly 13 million injuries a year. Some simple updates to your home can help you avoid these accidents, as well as give your rooms a facelift.

“People often think that home improvement projects mean a complete overhaul of a room,” says Matt Muenster, a licensed contractor, designer and HGTV and DIY Network TV host, “but there are dozens of smaller updates that people can DIY that can have a big impact on the room. It’s the subtle details that make a difference in how you use and enjoy the space.”

To get your home makeover underway, try The tips that follow.
 
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  Housing in 2017: Millennials, the Suburbs and Trump
  Trends in the housing market will take a “new stage” in 2017, one on which millennials, the suburbs and Trump all play a starring role, a recently released Zillow forecast expects. The portal’s top five predictions for the upcoming year:

1. Home values will grow 3.6 percent in 2017. National home values have risen 4.8 percent so far in 2016.

2. Cities will focus on denser development of smaller homes close to public transit and urban centers.

3. More millennials will become homeowners, driving up the homeownership rate. Millennials are also more racially diverse, so more homeowners will be people of color, reflecting the changing demographics in the U.S.
 
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