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Tuesday, May 17, 2022
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Affordable Kitchen Upgrades to Consider

(StatePoint) Is remodeling your kitchen on your wish list? Afraid of how much it’ll set you back?

HomeAdvisor puts the average kitchen remodel price in the $12,567 to $34,962 range. However, you can buck the trend of costly, complicated updates. Consider these three renovations, all of which will improve the look and functionality of your kitchen, without

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The Three Things Every Homeowner Should Consider in 2022

Inflation, Fed rate hikes, stock market sell-offs, Russia-Ukraine war … I think it’s fair to say that 2022 has begun with a bang. One of the top questions that I get, almost daily, is – “are we in a housing bubble” and “how high do you think interest rates are going.” These are important topics, all of which have a

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This Home Will Be Perfect

The alarm in my house is always on. When we sleep, it is on stay mode and when we leave it is on away mode. There is no venture out of the home too small to not put the alarm on. A 10 minute walk around the block, put the alarm on. Go pick up some groceries on Cedar Lane, put the alarm on. This is not a new phenomenon brought on by

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Palette Cleanser

You know the ad on television, “What’s in your wallet?” In my designing “wallet” I have roughly 1000 colors, and every one of them says something. To someone. Maybe to you.

It says something to me for sure. Because when I get to know someone—I hope this doesn’t

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Protection

My hope is that in this article you come away with a unique perspective on: (1) mortgage financing as being just a way to get the money you need to buy the property you want, and (2) your options to put in place what is known as mortgage protection insurance, thereby protecting the mortgage so that, in turn, you protect your family.

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Building Community in Ramat Beit Shemesh

(Courtesy of Tivuch Shelly) In the new, exciting area Neve Shamir, Ramat Beit Shemesh we have completed sales of the first wave and are now working on the second wave of housing to be completed in less than three years. For people whose aliyah is imminent, we still have apartments available that will be completed

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Supply and Demand

Last week, I went to my local bank and asked them for a few rolls of quarters. They didn’t have any, so they told me to come back again. They told me they still hadn’t received their new supply a few days later. I went back this morning asking why it’s so difficult to get some quarters, and the branch manager said, “Shmuel, where

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Palette Cleanser

You know the ad on television, “What’s in your wallet?” In my designing “wallet” I have roughly 1000 colors, and every one of them says something. To someone. Maybe to you.

It says something to me for sure. Because when I get to know someone—I hope this doesn’t sound too strange—I see

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Running From Home

No matter the reason, moving from your home is almost always a momentous occasion in one’s life. Sometimes we leave our homes in style, ready to take things up a notch to a bigger/better model. Other times, we leave our homes with a heavy heart but a clear purpose so we can be closer to family, work or house of worship.

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OU’s Jewish Community Relocation Fair Draws Thousands Worldwide

New virtual platform facilitated unprecedented international participation.

(Courtesy of OU) For the first time in its 14-year history, the Orthodox Union’s Jewish Community Home Relocation Fair was held virtually, enabling attendees worldwide to take part.

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Hacks to Prep the Inside of Your Home for Warm Weather

(StatePoint) With warmer weather on the way, it’s time to deal with the associated household hassles of the season. Here are three hacks that will help you create a healthy, comfortable home during the months ahead:

 

Beat the Heat

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‘Free at Last. Free at Last. Thank God Almighty, We Are Free at Last.’

This famous quote depicting the hope for freedom is relevant to our history, which transcends thousands of years.

Those inspiring words reflect the release from the chains of blatant discrimination, as expressed in Martin Luther King’s resounding address at the March on Washington on August

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