Monthly Archives: June 2010

Original Bookcase Design Inspired by a Tree

Original Bookcase Design Inspired by a Tree Advertisements

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Fashionable Blue Sofa and Armchair : “Quilt”

Fashionable Blue Sofa and Armchair : “Quilt” This fancy new set of blue furniture truly fascinated us. “Quilt” comes from Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and brings with it originality and a fresh look. The navy blue is a very inspired … Continue reading

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Make Small Spaces Bigger: 5 Ways to Show Off Space

Make Small Spaces Bigger: 5 Ways to Show Off Space by Raja Tayeb on June 29, 2010 Buyers want spacious homes. Here’s how you can show off every square inch. Size does matter when it comes to the perception of … Continue reading

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Mortgage Rates Hit an All-Time Low — New York Real Estate

Mortgage Rates Hit an All-Time Low by John Tayeb on June 28, 2010 Average interest on a 30-year fixed mortgage fell to an all-time low of 4.69 percent this week, down from 4.75 percent a week ago, reports Freddie Mac. … Continue reading

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Financial Compromise Bill Close to Passage — New York Real Estate

Financial Compromise Bill Close to Passage by Raja Tayeb on June 28, 2010 The U.S. House and Senate reached agreement early Friday morning on the largest financial overhaul since the Great Depression. The bill will particularly affect home buyers seeking … Continue reading

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Find Out Which U.S. Cities Are Growing Fastest — New York Real Estate

Find Out Which U.S. Cities Are Growing Fastest by John Tayeb on June 25, 2010 The U.S. Census Bureau has released its most recent population estimates for the nation’s incorporated places, including cities, boroughs, and villages. These are not 2010 … Continue reading

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What Do Apartment Dwellers Really Want? – New York Real Estate

What Do Apartment Dwellers Really Want? by Raja Tayeb on June 25, 2010 Nationwide apartment rental firm ApartmentGuide.com says the majority of apartment seekers between June 2009 and June 2010 looked for apartments in the $500 to $700 price range, … Continue reading

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