Monday, October 4, 2010

No Excuse ... Curbside Recycling Comes To St. Pete

Beginning last Friday, October 1, St. Petersburg residents will be able to place newspapers, cardboard, metal and aluminum cans, glass and plastic at the curb for weekly recycling. The curbside recycling program, provided by the city through a contract with Waste Services of Florida, Inc., is voluntary and costs residents just $2.75 a month, paid annually. The service has 800 subscribers so far. WSI will provide residents with all labor, equipment, containers and administration. Contact WSI at 727-572-6800 for more information.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

4 Tips for Setting the Right Sales Price

I know you Sellers don't want to hear this but these tips are especially important in a Buyer's market like we are in now and will be for a while is my guess.

REALTOR® Magazine-Daily News-4 Tips for Setting the Right Sales Price

National Flood Insurance Extended Through 2011

The National Association of REALTORS® is pleased to report that Congress has unanimously approved a one-year extension, until Sept. 30, 2011, for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). A long-term extension has been a top legislative priority for NAR. Earlier in 2010 the NFIP lapsed, causing major disruptions for REALTORS®, and with the Sept. 30 deadline fast approaching, NAR redoubled its efforts to extend the program.

REALTOR® Magazine-Daily News-National Flood Insurance Extended Through 2011

REALTOR® Magazine-Daily News

Monday, September 13, 2010

Latest Market Snapshot

Here's the latest market snapshot for single family homes for sale, sold and pending in Pinellas County. Contact me if you would like a more detailed specific area in Pinellas County.

Friday, September 3, 2010

NAR cares about homeownership

The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® cares about homeownership. To help you become the best, most responsible homeowner you aspire to be, they want to provide you with free information and tools you can use to make smart and timely decisions about your home.

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