Fun Summer Activity for Parkland Kids: Spitfire Farm Horse Camp
Whether you have lived in Parkland your whole life or are new to the Parkland area, or may be considering a move to Parkland you may be looking for fun new activities for your kids to do when school is out this summer.
If your kids love the farm or ...
Posted by Michael Citron on June 1, 2023 in Homeowners
How to Avoid Expensive Surprise Home Repairs
No matter the type of Parkland home we purchase be it brand new or aging, whether it was well taken care of or neglected when you purchased it your home is going to need routine care and maintenance.
Numbers have shown that the cost of maintaining a ...
Posted by Michael Citron on May 24, 2023 in Homeowners
Your Home Needs a Repair, Should You File an Insurance Claim?
Carrying homeowners insurance coverage on your Parkland home is a smart move, and a requirement now for any Parkland homeowner that has used the help of a mortgage to finance their home purchase. Homeowners insurance can help you to get your home ...
Posted by Michael Citron on May 21, 2023 in Homeowners
The Top 5 Restaurants To Eat At In Parkland
Top 5 Restaurants to Try in Parkland for a Memorable Dining Experience
Introduction: Welcome to Parkland, where culinary delights await! Whether you're a food enthusiast or simply looking for a memorable dining experience, this blog post will ...
Posted by Michael Citron on May 18, 2023 in Homeowners
Installing a Drought Friendly Gravel Garden at Your Parkland Home
If you would love to have a gorgeous landscape at your Parkland home but are not interested in continuous weeding, mowing, watering, etc. a gravel garden may be a great choice for your home. It is a low-maintenance and low-water landscape ...
Posted by Michael Citron on May 9, 2023 in Homeowners
Should You Install a UV Light in Your HVAC System?
With the health concerns brought on over the last years around the world, some Parkland homeowners are wondering how they might keep their homes cleaner to combat bringing illness into the home. One of the ways to do this that is gaining popularity ...
Posted by Michael Citron on April 7, 2023 in Homeowners
Reasons to Use a Local Realtor When Buying a Home in Parkland
The real estate world is rapidly changing in Parkland and all over the globe. This is especially true of the last three years. Some home buyers and sellers wonder if they even need to hire a real estate agent to help them buy or sell a home. Though ...
Posted by Michael Citron on April 4, 2023 in Homeowners
Spring Cleaning Mishaps That Could Make the Job More Difficult
It is finally officially spring and though it is warm and pleasant in Parkland year-round those who live here get excited about the warmer days of spring. With the excitement of longer daylight hours and better temperatures comes an excitement to ...
Posted by Michael Citron on March 30, 2023 in Homeowners
How Parkland Homeowners Have Benefitted From Equity Gains
There are many benefits to owning a home in Parkland Florida. One of the most significant driving forces of interest in home ownership is the appreciation in value that owning a home has. Over the last few years, Parkland homeowners have benefitted ...
Posted by Michael Citron on March 9, 2023 in Homeowners
Signs Your Home is in Good Shape
Your Parkland home is a significant investment and as such you want to keep it running properly to avoid as many large repairs and freak accidents as possible. Continual routine maintenance is the best way to ensure your home stays in the best ...
Posted by Michael Citron on February 28, 2023 in Homeowners
Water Conservation Tips that Can Lower Your Utility Bill
These are the five top areas of water usage in a home where you can cut back and save money on your bills
It is estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency that some 9400 gallons of water are wasted each year just from ...
Posted by Michael Citron on February 22, 2023 in Homeowners
Things to Consider When Building a Pool at Your Parkland Home
The state of Florida has some of the best sunshiny weather in the country. Because of this many homeowners in Florida have their own private pool so that they can enjoy the great weather from their own yards while staying cool. It is not uncommon to ...
Posted by Michael Citron on February 14, 2023 in Homeowners
Home Decorating Mistakes that Age Interiors
Even the highest-end interior decorating efforts can make a home look dated and tired over time. While home design elements can be cyclical just like fashion and come back around after several years some classic design blunders can quickly make a ...
Posted by Michael Citron on February 14, 2023 in Homeowners
Homeowner Tax Deductions Parkland Owners May Not Know About
Housing cost tax deductions are some of the most beneficial and provide some of the largest relief from tax responsibilities in the United States. When it comes to filing taxes many homeowners in Parkland and all across the country may be unaware of ...
Posted by Michael Citron on February 8, 2023 in Homeowners
How Parkland Homeowners can Improve Energy Efficiency in Their Home
With the recent rising cost of many different costs of living Parkland homebuyers are looking for ways to easily save on expenses in day-to-day life. One of the most popular ways to cut back on living expenses is by making your Parkland home more ...
Posted by Michael Citron on January 27, 2023 in Homeowners
Should Parkland Homeowners be Worried About Negative Equity in their Homes?
Recently there has been a slew of news headlines talking about a growing number of homeowners that have negative equity in their homes. Should Parkland homeowners be worried that their homes will be what is considered underwater? Where they owe more ...
Posted by Michael Citron on January 18, 2023 in Homeowners
Reasons Parkland Homebuyers Might Want to Stick with a 30-Year Mortgage
When it comes to purchasing a home in Parkland Florida a majority of home buyers will finance all or at least a large portion of the home through a mortgage loan. Traditionally the most widely used mortgage loan is a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. ...
Posted by Michael Citron on January 4, 2023 in Homeowners
Why More Homeowners are Letting Go of Their Guest Rooms
A guest room is a space where visiting friends and family can have a room all to themselves to relax and shut the door behind them to feel privacy and enjoy a peaceful rest. This room was once a staple in many homes but has slowly disappeared in the ...
Posted by Michael Citron on October 11, 2022 in Homeowners
How a Large Kitchen Island Could Decrease Home Value in Some Situations
Many people believe that kitchen islands are a huge asset to any home's kitchen. And in many cases, a kitchen island in a home can be very desirable. In addition to the most widely known benefit of providing additional countertop space, a large ...
Posted by Michael Citron on August 10, 2022 in Homeowners