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6 Home Improvement Projects You Shouldn’t Do Yourself

6 Home Improvement Projects You Shouldn't Do Yourself Whether you're addicted to watching HGTV or “This Old House,” home improvement shows always make everything look so easy. But before you pick up the drill and sledgehammer, please pause for this public service announcement. “Those TV shows don’t show about 90% of what happens to complete a project,” says Arthur Sadura, owner of T&A Carpent...
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International Home Buying!

International Home Buying! Miami continues to be one of the world’s top destinations for international home buyers. More than half of all international home sales in the entire state of Florida happen in Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach. About 80 percent of all South Florida international home sales take place in Miami-Dade County, according to the new MIAMI and NAR report. The rep...
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Dining out Thanksgiving! (Top 5)

Dining out Thanksgiving! (Top 5) Whether you're trying to avoid the messiness, injuries, starting a grease fire, or whatever other reasons you may have to be against cooking at home, we've complied the list for where to find the best Thanksgiving meals in South Florida. 3030 Ocean 3030 Ocean of Fort Lauderdale has announced a more sophisticated approach to Thanksgiving dinner. The thr...
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Top Halloween Events in Florida!

Top Halloween Events in Florida! Before we know it the wind will be rustling the trees, prowling the streets, and we will have arrived at all Hallows' Eve. Halloween in Florida. It's party time, and we have places to be; well, that is if you locked in your tickets! Halloween Howl 2017 at the Museum - Wicked fun for thrill-seekers can be had at the Tallahassee Museum’s 23rd annual Halloween...
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Hurricane Maria Vs Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria vs Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria has ravaged Puerto Rico, but there are many ways you can help. Following the Category 5 storm, reports say that more 30 people are now dead. The Wall Street Journal reports that 15,000 people remain in local area shelters, and “more than 200 people lost roofs on their homes.” What’s more, NBC News reports that one analyst predicts it could ...
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