July 2018

There are 4 blog entries for July 2018.

When selling your home, you want to attract and impress. You want to create a space that potential buyers can envision themselves living in. Unfortunately, there are many décor items and other fixtures that will actually distract and deter potential buyers. Let’s take a closer look at four of them.

1. Over-the-top Light Fixtures

Light fixtures are a simple and budget-friendly way to instantly update a space. However, it is important that if you change these items, that you choose products that many potential buyers will like — not an extravagant and over-the-top object. Remember that buyers don’t want a long to-do list so you want to stage the home so it appears there are few projects to complete.

2.  Professional Landscaping

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Older homes in Jacksonville boast many unique features and lots of charm. Whether you found a home that is 100 years old or one that is 50, these homes can provide a unique and stunning living space. However, they can also come with many problems. Before you purchase an older home in Jacksonville, keep the following in mind.

1. Older Homes Have Lower Purchase Prices

 Older homes are typically less expensive than new construction homes. This means that you can save money during the home-buying process. In fact, you can pay up to 28% more for a new home than an old home with similar specifications. Plus, with an older home, you will typically receive larger lots, well-established landscaping, and fully-developed neighborhoods.

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While many kids are anxiously counting down the days until summertime begins, many adults are not. Keeping children active, busy, and learning can be a challenge. Luckily, the city of Jacksonville, Florida has a plethora of activities for children to give them a summer they’ll always remember.

 1. Jacksonville Zoo

 The Jacksonville Zoo is not only a great place to spend a summer day, but it also offers zoo camps for children of all ages. The zoo camps include games, crafts, zoo tours, and personal interactions with various animals. Plus, if your child loves the summer programs, there are zoo camps throughout the entire year as well.

 2. Visit a Splash Pad

 There are dozens of splash pads located around the city of Jacksonville. These areas

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No matter what type of music you enjoy, there are venues across Jacksonville that will bring sweet sounds to your ears. Whether you are looking for a small music hall or a large concert venue, Jacksonville, Florida has it all. Here are just four music venues in Jacksonville that you don’t want to miss.

1. 1904 Music Hall

The 1904 Music Hall is a favorite and popular venue for many locals. It features a large stage and an outdoor courtyard where you can sit and enjoy the music. You can also grab a bite to eat at their restaurant Spllif’s Gastropub and they have a wide selection of various drinks to ensure you have a terrific night. In addition, they have an extensive lineup throughout the entire year and offer free shows occasionally as well.

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