Stories Tagged - How To
July 05, 2012 | CREBNow
As a REALTOR®, I get asked all kinds of questions when it comes to homebuying. Not everyone is buying a home for themselves; some people are looking to expand their investment portfolio so are interested in purchasing homes as a revenue property. Working on this type of investment property is rewarding and challenging for both you and your REALTOR® who will work with you on the marketing and selection of the revenue property.
June 14, 2012 | CREBNow
Have some time on your hands and looking to do a creative DIY project in your home? On a budget and looking to jazz up your old dorm room furniture? Looking to add some vintage chic to your home décor? Why not try antiquing a piece of furniture? Antiquing or stressing furniture adds a rustic, old school look to new furniture with a few quick easy steps.
June 08, 2012 | CREBNow
Spring has sprung and Calgarians have been eagerly soaking up the sunshine on local patios and pathways. For the weekend warrior who can't make it out of the city for some camping or adventures in the mountains, there's always the option of building your own backyard fire pit. When done properly, and by adhering to the The City of Calgary bylaws concerning fire pit regulations, you can have your friends over for a cozy sit around the fire indulging in a barbecue followed by roasted marshmallows or s'mores.
May 09, 2012 | CREBNow
• When returning things to the closet, www.apartmenttherapy.com suggests storing your most used items in plain sight, storing lesser-used items on the floor or lower shelves and placing your least-used items higher up. Depending on the season, you'll want to switch out warm sweaters and long-sleeves for tank tops and shorts so they're easily within reach.