SAVING ENERGY TIPS FOR THE WISE

By Nancy Hankin
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Saving Energy - RefrigeratorToday you hear a lot about saving energy, but in order to actually SAVE ENERGY, you must take a few precautionary steps.  Saving energy is also good for your purse strings and it’s good for the environment as well. There are a number of ways to save, especially when it’s time to purchase new appliances.

Clothes washers that meet certain guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy can actually clean your clothes with 50% less energy than a standard washer. Many of the newer front loading machines are great energy savers. Remember to wash full loads and use cold water, whenever possible. Most clothes come out just as clean without the use of heated water.

Refrigerators manufactured before 1993 can be major energy hogs. Newer models cost about half as much to operate. Big factors are improved insulation and high efficiency compressors and defrost mechanisms. You can save even more by placing your refrigerator where there is space between the wall and the unit and making sure the seals are tight. It’s also best if the refrigerator is not next to the stove or in direct sunlight. Door dispensers for ice and cold water are a good idea. And don’t forget to clean the coils. They will work better when they are not gunked up with Saving energy - ceiling fansdust.

Other ways to save include sealing your home by closing up any space where air can leak in or out. This is especially true in the attic and around doors and windows as well as making sure your ducts are properly sealed. Programmable thermostats help keep your home comfortable by automatically adjusting your temperature settings. The right ceiling fan will also save you a bundle in heating and air conditioning costs by moving the air 20% more efficiently. It may cost a few extra coins up front, but energy saving products for your home pay off in the long run….both in saving energy and in your pocketbook!

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IMPORTANT: If you or someone you know is interested in buying or selling a home in the Palm Desert Area, try searching properties on the same Desert Area MLS Realtor’s use, or give me a call….or visit my website at Palm Springs Homes and Estates. I will be happy to give you or your referral my red carpet service.” After the sale, I will send you a $50 Gift Certificate towards dinner in a fabulous Palm Springs Area Restaurant so you can celebrate!

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THE CHECK IS IN THE MAIL

By Nancy Hankin
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Check in the mailTheft of mail is some areas has increased. If you leave outgoing mail that includes checks you have written to pay bills in your mailbox to be picked up, those checks have an excellent chance of being stolen. Once taken from your box, the check can be “washed,” a process where the payee and usually the amount is changed. The fraudulent check is then cashed. It is best to deposit outgoing mail at the Post Office or an official Palm Springs Area Postal Service mailbox. In the development I live in, our Board had the post office install a small secure mailbox so residents could put out-going mail in the box each day, and the post office picks it up daily.

Incoming Mail theftIncoming mail is also being taken. The bad guys are looking for credit cards, bank statements, convenience checks from your credit card company, or anything that can be used to steal your identity or money. Make sure you collect your mail soon after it is delivered. If you are gone for a day or two, ask a friend or neighbor to remove your mail for you, or put a “hold” on your mail with the local Palm Springs area Post Office until you return. A locking mailbox can also offer good security as well, however, some gated developments don’t allow this.

The main this is to be alert and attentive. Be aware thieves are always on the lookout for their next victim……so make sure that victim isn’t YOU!

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Life-Saving Lessons

Safety First Alarms and Detectors

By Nancy Hankin
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Smoke Alarm, Evacuation PlanIf the last time you bought a smoke alarm for your Palm Springs Home was more than ten years ago, it’s time to think about getting a new one. Experts indicate that dust, dirt and even bugs can get into an alarm and impede the sensors. It’s difficult to estimate the lifespan of a smoke alarm, but after ten years, the service is less than reliable. No one wants to find out the hard way that a smoke alarm has failed.

Today’s alarms are much different than those of just ten years ago. Technical advances have made smoke detectors easier to use and to maintain. Many new models have lithium batteries that will work for ten years without needing replacement. Some alarms use ionization and photoelectric sensors, the two major methods for detecting fire. Using an alarm with a dual sensor can detect any kind of fire immediately in your Palm Springs Home.

Smoke detectors with extremely loud sirens and bright lights are also available for the areas where handicapped or elderly people live. Carbon monoxide detectors are NOW MANDATORY in Palm Springs to warn against the odorless gas that can kill without warning. Some carbon monoxide detectors come in combination with smoke alarms.

Clean and test alarmsMost of the new alarms come with a button to silence the alarm if it is set off by cooking odors or other harmless reasons. The button will quiet the alarm until the current smoke clears, and then reset it. On older models, consumers would often silence the alarm and then forget to reset it which rendered the device useless.

HELPFUL TIP: Every other month, brush the vacuum brush across the face of the smoke alarm to remove the build-up of surface dust and dirt. Don’t position alarms next to the stove or in other areas where they might be accidentally set off.

It’s a good idea as well to discuss an evacuation plan with your family. Your local Palm Springs area fire department can help you with instructions for fire safety and what do to in the event an alarm sounds.

The next time you are visiting Lowes Hardware or Home Depot, ask to speak with a knowledgeable salesperson, and ask them to show you the many NEW Smoke and Fire Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors now on the market. The next alarm/detector you buy today could save your life!

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The Upscale Garage

By Nancy Hankin
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Palm Springs Upscale GaragesMany of us have thought about, or done, home remodeling. Nowadays, remodeling has extended beyond the house to the garage. Gone are the greasy boxes at the back of the lot that contained junk, car parts, boxes, tools and leftover things from the house along with an occasional car.

In beautiful Palm Springs, California…. garages have become an important extension of our homes. Today’s homeowner is more than likely looking for a showplace with cabinets, storage systems and nice flooring.

A remodeled garage in our area can also double as an office or gym as long as it’s properly insulated and air conditioned. The garage is usually away from your house giving you privacy and a quiet area to work. One contractor reported that remodeling projects can cost thousands, depending on the size and amenities…..but it’s not unusual to get that money back with a stronger offer when it is time to sell.

Even if you don’t plan to make your garage a showplace, it can be a much more pleasant place to be with a few simple and inexpensive improvements. I was forced to do this several years ago because I had caretakers living 24/7 at my home for two years and I was running out of space to put things!  Good storage units and cabinets can help you organize your tools, keeping them off the floor. While you are at it, why not invest in one of the newer paints that both seals the concrete and gives it a nice color? They also are much easier to keep clean. There are also some really great padded floor coverings that you can do yourself.

Palm Springs Upscale GarageIf your budget allows, insulate, add sheetrock and paint a pleasing, neutral color. Designate a section on the wall for a system that allows you to hang tools. Pegboard is a less expensive alternate to the more elaborate systems.

Whatever you do, consider the garage as a viable part of your real estate and one that buyers will take note of, when it comes time to sell.

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How Much?

By Nancy Hankin
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Palm Springs Home ValueYou’ve decided to place your home on the market. How do you price one of the most important possessions you have? Whether you have lived there a short while or most of your life, most people gain a strong attachment to their homes and see them through rose colored glasses when it comes time to sell. If you have renovated or improved, things might become even more complicated. Which items are merely conveniences to you and your family personally and which add true value – The hot tub? New roof? Landscaping?

It is important not to get sentimental and this is one area where I can definitely give you good advice. Property values fluctuate and the market is always changing. A Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can provide you with a guideline on where to place the price of your home. The data should be current (no more than 3 months old is ideal) and should reflect homes in your area with comparable features and conditions.

  • Pricing your home too high may cost you that valuable initial rush when you finally list.
  • Pricing too low will not only cost you dollars, but will make potential buyers wonder what’s wrong.

Palm Springs Home Values and Market ValueBe very wary of the agent who places a very high value on your home. This may sound good to your ears, but may not be in your best interest. Also, be wary of the agent who will discount their services. Those that do will also be offering you inferior services, marketing, and most likely will not be able to negotiate the best sale for you in the long run.

Selling your home is one of the largest sales you will encounter and this is NOT the time to expect quality service for bargain prices. When you are “shopping” for a Realtor, choose carefully and wisely.

I am one of only 3% of the agents in the nation who have earned a Certified Real Estate Specialist (CRES) degree. What that means to you is I have more knowledge in the field of real estate than most agents who just hold a license. I am also a real estate broker which involves many more years of additional study as well.

I also have a large arm that reaches out across the country and the nation to many other Realtors who also have additional education and knowledge and they can take care of you and your family members or friends as well. Just give me a call and I’ll be happy to locate a specialist in another city, state or country for you.

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TEST YOUR GEOGRAPHY SKILLS HERE

By Nancy Hankin
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Geography Game on Palm Springs Homes and EstatesHave you ever been sitting at the computer doing some work and you just wanted to take a 10-15 minute break and do something for fun? Well…..I’ve got just the game for you and it’s right at your fingertips. However, I do want to warn you. It can be addicting.  If someone catches you playing it, just tell them you are studying up on some geography.

When my kids were in their young teens, we would take a few trips by car around various areas of the United States and we would play a few games to break up the monotony. One of the games we played would be seeing who could name the most state capitols in the United States. The kids seemed to enjoy this game and we all learned from it.

Geography Game on Palm Springs Homes and EstatesEach year I try to put information on my site helpful to my readers. Many years ago I came across an interesting game that would test me on not only knowing the states…..but knowing where the states are situated on the map. If you CLICK HERE you can test out your own geography skills…. then let me know how you do. You just might surprise yourself!

And if you or someone you know is thinking of moving to one of these states, please give me a call and I can put you in contact with an excellent Realtor!

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DUCT SEALING REQUIREMENTS – YOU WILL BENEFIT

By Nancy Hankin
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Palm Springs Home Ducts Beginning October 1, 2005, a law went into effect stating you must have your home’s ducts tested for leaks when you have a central air conditioner or furnace installed or replaced. Ducts that leak 15 percent or more must be repaired to reduce the leaks. After your contractor tests and fixes the ducts, you choose whether to have an approved third-party field verifier check to make sure the duct testing and sealing was done properly or to have your house included in a random sample where one in seven duct systems are checked.

Duct sealing is not required in the following situations: 1) when homes are in specific coastal climates; 2) when systems have less than 40 feet of ductwork in unconditioned spaces like attics, garages, crawlspaces, basements or outside the building, or 3) when ducts are constructed, insulated or sealed with asbestos.

There also are specific alternatives that allow high efficiency equipment and added duct insulation to be installed instead of fixing duct leaks.

  • Most importantly, you also should know that any contractor failing to obtain a required building permit and failing to test and repair your ducts is violating the law and exposing you to additional costs and liability.

Palms Springs Air DuctsPlease know that real estate law requires you to disclose to potential buyers and appraisers whether or not you obtained required permits for work done on your house. If you do not obtain a permit, you may be required to bring your home into compliance with code requirements for that work and you may have to pay penalty permit fees and fines prior to selling your home.

The greatest energy use in California homes is for central air conditioning and heating, In the desert, air conditioning is definitely our highest energy user.

You might not be aware that most homes with central air conditioning and heating systems have ducts that were never properly sealed. The average home’s ducts leak around 30 percent of the conditioned air outside the home. These leaks are taking money straight out of your pocketbook.

  • Properly sealed ducts will lower your energy bills, reduce pollution inside your home, and help to avoid a repeat of the inconvenience and health and safety risks that we suffered during the power blackouts in 2000.

For more information, have your ducts looked at and for further information, please contact the Energy Commission Efficiency Hotline at (800) 772-3300, or visit the Energy Efficiency website at www.energy.ca.gov/title24/changeout.

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Realtor’s use, or give me a call….or visit my website at Palm Springs Homes and Estates. I will be happy to give you or your referral my red carpet service.” After the sale, I will send you a $50 Gift Certificate towards dinner in a fabulous Palm Springs Area Restaurant so you can celebrate!

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WHEN SEARCHING FOR A HOME

YOU MAY NOT ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR WHEN SEARCHING FOR A HOME YOU MAY NOT REACH A REALTOR

By Nancy Hankin
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Palm Springs RealtorSo you’re thinking of buying a home, and like over 90% of those who search on the Internet for homes before contacting a Realtor, you find yourself on various websites looking at properties. Perhaps there’s  a pop-up asking you to sign in…….or a link that asks you to provide your name, email address and phone number before you can proceed further.

What you may not know, there is about a 95% chance you are on a site that is considered a Lead-Capturing website. This site has access to our MLS (Multiple Listing Service) and downloaded all the properties in our MLS system onto their website so they can feature our listings on their site.

What do they do with all these listings that we, as agents, have worked hard for and spent hundreds of dollars, and many many hours of hard work to feature our listings on the MLS? They SELL US BACK these LEADS! Many agents are spending thousands of dollars to reach buyers who are searching the Internet so we can be found and contacted. But the Internet has changed, and it’s the BIG GUYS (Realtor.com/Truila/Zillow/Refin/etc) who can afford to pay thousands of dollars each week to be seen on page one of all the search engines that have pushed the LITTLE GUYS (agents) off the map!

On August 5, 2014, NRT, one of the largest brokerages stated it plans on out-ranking Zillow, Truila and Realtor.com and they will start by charging agents 35% of their commission in order to send the leads back to agents who agree to their terms. Now keep on mind, on a typical sale with a 6% commission, the agent must split that commission in half with the other agent involvPalm Springs Realtored in the sale. Let’s take a $300,000 home as an example. Each side would receive $4500. Then the agent gives back 35% to NRT, or $1575, leaving a balance of $2925 which they will now split with their agency. The agent, after paying all their expenses, will be lucky to come out with $500 which equates to less the minimum wage!

This isn’t the only industry this is happening to. Insurance is also experiencing the same thing. Agents are forced to BUY LEADS from these Lead-Capturing Giants in the industry.

So the next time you are looking for a Realtor who is knowledgeable about the area, has a good understanding of the market, and will negotiate in YOUR best interest……contact a Realtor with experience. If not, you may end up with an inexperienced Realtor who does not have the knowledge, education and experience YOU DESERVE and the ONLY way they can stay in business is BUY THEIR LEADS from these large companies.

Better yet, just click here to let my past clients tell you, in their own words, how their experience was working with Nancy Hankin In closing, here is something else you may not be aware of. On many of these company’s websites you are searching on, it is not unusual for the MLS to NOT be Up-To-Date……if you search the MLS on my website, this will be the same website Realtors use and it is always Up-To-Date! Just go to: www.PalmSpringsHomesAndEstates.com and pull down the menu at the top for MLS Custom Searches and everything you see will be up-to-date on this site.

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IMPORTANT: If you or someone you know is interested in buying or selling a home in the Palm Desert Area, try searching properties on the same Desert Area MLS Realtor’s use, or give me a call….or visit my website at Palm Springs Homes and Estates. I will be happy to give you or your referral my red carpet service.” After the sale, I will send you a $50 Gift Certificate towards dinner in a fabulous Palm Springs Area Restaurant so you can celebrate!

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What’s As Good As Gold?

By Nancy Hankin
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Palm Springs Home PurchaseAccording to the Inside Mortgage Finance Housing Pulse Tracking Survey CASH is truly as good as Gold when you are buying a home. All-cash purchases are on the rise!

Often times, at least in the past, investors were the ones who used CASH to buy property, especially during bidding wars. In March, more than 25% of the homeowners used CASH as well. That was up from the 12-month low of 22.8% seen in August. Homeowners didn’t want the investors to have all the fun. Leveraging bets works both ways in bidding wars!

Besides making your offer stronger, CASH purchases all help to speed up the delays in the closing process. In March, 30% of the financed homes with 20% down, suffered delays. These were mostly due to underwriting and documentation, according to real estate agents. It is not uncommon for underwriting to ask for documentation one piece at a time. Just when you think you’ve supplied the lender with all paperwork they have asked for, underwriting asks for more. It’s not uncommon to have Palm Springs Real Estateunderwriting ask for these requests up to the day you are scheduled to fund. OUCH

So the next time you want to close on time and not get involved in a bidding war…..write an ALL CASH OFFER. You can always re-finance after the home closes and save yourself a lot of headaches.

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LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS & UPDATES

By Nancy Hankin
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Palm Springs Real Estate NewsDo you spend a lot of time searching the Internet for real estate related news?

Like many folks, you might be interested in knowing more about what types of loans are available today and what advantage or disadvantage it would be to pay off the loan on your house.

Or you might be looking for some great remodeling tips and how updating your home can add additional value to your home. What are the best areas in a home to remodel? Will updating your kitchen, bathroom, or landscaping be a sound investment?

If your neighbor defaults on paying their HOA fees, who is responsible for paying the deficit?

Is getting a Home Warranty policy a good idea? What does it cover and should your Air Conditioner fail and be too old to fix, what home warranty policies will replace it with a new one?

Each day you can click on this link, then BOOKMARK it, and you will have the latest real estate news at your fingertips! The news changes each day, so it’s a good idea to check back on a regular basis to see “what’s new.”

Palm Springs Real Estate NewsI was one of the first agents in the nation to have my own website. I’ve had one since 1995 and I strive to include information that will be helpful to YOU.

I sincerely hope you will take a moment to check out the Latest News and Updates as it relates to real estate. I’m always open to suggestions on how I can improve my website to add features that will benefit my clients. Just pick up the phone and give me a call. I’m here to help any way I can.

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