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April
27

Ann Arbor Fun Facts - Remerica Hometown Realtors

If you've been exploring Ann Arbor homes for sale, now is a great time to learn more about the area. Our REALTORS® love sharing their knowledge with their clients, and they've gathered up some of their favorite fun facts about the area to share with you. Check it out! 

  • There Are Plenty of Trees to Hug
    The word "arbor" means "leafy garden," and the city of Ann Arbor lives up to its name! The city, which is nicknamed "tree town," is home to an estimated 1.45 million trees. Residents also enjoy spending their time enjoying nature in the city's 158 parks.

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April
20

New Landscaping Prep - Remerica Hometown Realtors

As temperatures get warmer, it's time to prep your yard for new landscaping and fix any damage that's been done by winter temperatures and snow. You may have to wait to start planting, but there's a lot you can do now or in the near future to get your spring yard and garden off to a good start.

Our REALTORS® recommend the following steps to help prep your yard for new landscaping:

  • Prep your tools
    Check your landscaping and gardening tools, including your mower, trimmer, and pruning shears to make sure they're in good repair and ready for the new season. At the same time, inspect your outdoor lighting, patio furniture, deck, and porch for anything that need fixing and take care of it.

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April
13

Ann Arbor Parks - Remerica Hometown Realtors

Fresh air and plenty of sunshine are just what the doctor ordered to help you and your family get through this tough period for our country and our state. While there are many things you can't do, Michigan's shelter-in-place directives do allow you to get outside and go for a walk, run, or for an enjoyable bike ride. Our REALTORS® are staying as active as possible and recommend the following places for those times when you need to get outside and get some air. All you have to do is remember to keep at least six feet of distance between you and everyone else and be sure to leave the parks by 10 pm when they close. 

  • Barton Pond Nature Area - W. Huron River Drive, Wines, MI 48105
    At 102 acres, the Barton Pond Nature Area is one of the largest public recreation areas in the region. Located along the Huron River and just a few miles from downtown, this fabulous nature area is an ideal spot to get away from big city life. The park features plenty of trails and a couple of bridges where you can get some fresh air and relax as you enjoy the peaceful scenes of the river below.

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April
6

Deep Cleaning Tips - Remerica Hometown Realtors

Daily and weekly cleaning is necessary to keep your home clean, but occasionally, a deep cleaning is needed. Our REALTORS® suggest deep cleaning some of the following five things this weekend:

  1. Walls
    Cleaning your walls can make the entire room look brighter. The key is to deep clean them enough to be effective, but not so much that you'll damage the paint.

    Start by removing any objects hanging from the walls and dust the walls with a cheesecloth. Put towels or newspapers on the floor against the baseboards to help soak up any excess water. Fill a bucket with mild soapy water and have a second bucket of water for rinsing. Use a soft cleaning sponge to gently wash the walls, starting at the top and using a circular motion.

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