Midweek Musings: 5/11/2016
A little feature I offer weekly, sharing real estate, house and home and Western New York content I find while wasting time on the interwebs, I mean, while working hard curating content to share with my clients! And there are 27 each week because, it’s my favorite number. Enjoy!
- Student to spend the summer biking & building homes
- Discover the Kitchen Style for Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type
- You Can Rent This Niagara Falls Location Listed in the Panama Papers
- I can think of a few people who might consider an offer like this…Russia offers free land in bid to settle remote wilderness
- Someone I know please buy this house so I can live vicariously through you in THIS INCREDIBLE RETRO KITCHEN!
- A Ridiculously Long List Of Easy DIY Projects To Try This Spring
- Aquarium of Niagara: Gary Siddall appointed executive director
- Disclaimer: I love her. Joanna Gaines Is Releasing a New Wallpaper Collection
- TEST YOUR HOMES, PEOPLE. Radon is found to pose a risk for blood cancer
- A perfectly designed kitchen cabinet is a wonderful thing, but so are these clever alternative storage ideas
- This Saturday! Music is Art Battle of the High School Bands
- A new study ranks Buffalo as a “somewhat walkable” city.
- lloyd Taco Trucks & lloyd Taco Factory are hiring!
- “I’m RICHLY SCHEDULED” Hahahaha. Love it. Phrases That Will Make Your Day More Positive and Productive
- Mind-Blowing Drawers Everyone Needs in Their Home
- Ali MacGraw, Ryan O’Neal reunite on 710 Main stage in ‘Love Letters’
- Construction of new homes heats up in region’s suburbs
- I love Taming of the Shrew! Shakespeare in Delaware Park shows announced
- Inexpensive Ways To Update Your Kitchen and Bathroom
- President Obama signs bill declaring the bison the national mammal
- Fannie Mae: Consumers never felt so poorly about home buying
- The dividing line between haves and have-nots in home ownership: Education, not student debt
- Learn how to access historic tax credits for your home repairs! If your home is located within a National/State Historic District or listed in the National/State Registry, you could potentially qualify for a tax credit of up to 20% for qualified repairs and renovations.