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Month: October 2017

Building a Chicken House – 5 Important Design Aspects

Proper Ventilation When building a chicken house it is imperative that you must take into consideration proper ventilation of the coop because chickens need to be cooled down during the intensity of noon-time heat. Free flowing inflow of air within the building can tremendously help keep the temperature from rising; thereby making the chickens fully comfortable. Good Drainage Chickens must be dry most of the time; and you must avoid getting them wet. For this reason, the coop must have well designed drainage system that fully flushes the water out of the building; theby ensuring that the poultry is not wet since the moment that they are wet they are also highly susceptible to various health issues and diseases which could affect the entire poultry. Proper Lighting Lighting is essential in keeping the chickens warm during night time when the environment is cold; as well as during winter time and cold season. Bear in mind that chickens are not only sensitive to extremely hot condition but also to cold environment; and one way of keeping the room temperature from going down much more is to provide proper lighting. Maintenance Cleaning and maintenance is important since this can greatly affect the poultry; in terms of health. So, you must also give provision for cleaning; ensuring that it is very easy to clean. Appearance Of course, when building a chicken house...

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Brain Surgery: Do You Hire The Cheap Surgeon or The Skilled Surgeon?

Thomas J. Nelson, Realtor,CRS,e-Pro “Flying First Class on my “airline” means (in part): no matter the price you paid for the ticket, you’re seated and treated like First Class Passengers.”Right on target – and – re-blog! Value Proposition Part 1 of 4 (September Active Rain Challenge) The definition of full service is simple: It’s creating WOW! Wow! costs money and is rarely delivered by a new agent, a transactional agent or the worst agent: complacent agents. You can buy sox at Nordstoms and have an experience, while purchasing quality that lasts. Or, you can have the Kmart experience, buy cheap and...

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4 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Realtor- Value Proposition

Stavrula “Sam” Crafa, RNC,GRI, CDPE, PSA “We live and breath on the requirements of the contract that all parties sign. Documentation of what transpires throughout the process is critical and can and will come into play when there is a dispute of any kind.”Right on target – and – re-blog! Lets face it: there are a lot of Realtors to pick from when trying to decide who to work with. We all do a lot of the same things in the process of helping a seller or a buyer reach their goals. But there are definite distinctions among a small majority...

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Important Announcement Regarding September Active Rain Challenges!

Have you entered the September Challenges yet? Due to the impact of Hurricane Irma on our Florida based Bloggers the deadline has been extended for another five days to 10/5/2017 at midnight!  Habits, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – ActiveRain Challenge sponsored by Debbie Reynolds  September Challenge – Your Value Proposition! sponsored by Yours Truly! About the Authors – Updated 2017 If you are considering a Traditional or Short Sale of your home in Phoenix, Scottsdale or any location in Maricopa County Arizona, you owe it to yourself to talk with Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty to determine whether Tony and Suzanne Marriott are the best real estate Brokers in the Phoenix and Scottsdale metropolitan area to help you with the Successful Sale of your home. Listed, Sold and Closed more than a hundred Short Sales with the highest success rate in the Phoenix Metro Area! Tony and Suzanne Marriott Associate Brokers, REALTORS Keller Williams Arizona Realty Source...

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Listing a Home is More than Putting a Sign in the Ground

Joan Cox “Buyers are looking for homes ready to move in rather than moving in, or the buyers ask for the repairs…(holes in interior doors, cracked glass… )”Right on target – and – re-blog! When a homeowner is ready to list their home, there are many items to review before the listing contract is signed and the property is entered into the MLS.     There is more to this process than putting a sign into the ground!   And the following is just a few topics that will discussed at the listing presentation. On the initial visit, we walk the home to...

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