Since the phasing out of less efficient light bulbs in 2012 more than just the bulbs have changed.
Lightbulbs are removable but sellers in the past looked at them like a “giveaway”. Today, it is not unusual for sellers to take the bulbs because of the cost and years of use remaining on them.
To save extra work and time during the busy move a buyer can make a list of bulbs and lumens they use during an inspection period. Or, to avoid complication be specific when negotiating with a seller the items that remain with the home.
You may also need a cheat sheet when shopping for bulbs if you are used to measuring the brightness by wattage.
Here is a link to help with wattage to lumens: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0164-shopping-light-bulbs
As for the high upfront cost, it should even out with the energy saved.
Happy home buying 🙂
Four different shades and they all look great….Make a splash with color
Ever enjoy that cozy little beach spot behind a hotel you’re not staying at? That might be a thing of the past under a new Florida law… 16 more words
via New law makes it easier for Florida property owners to kick people off the beach — Orlando Weekly
Colonial and pioneer villages are always a hot spot spot for tourists. With all the modern conveniences in our homes today, somewhere in our being we all yearn for a simpler life.
Those folks look very happy to me……..
And after a fresh chicken dinner, relaxing on this porch says “Sold” to me!!!!!
You can visit the home Isaac Edmond Highsmith home and farm at:
Fans of the HGTV show Fixer Upper will soon have a Waco-style spin-off to enjoy. Chip and Joanna Gaines’s favorite woodworker is getting his own show on DIY Network. Clint Harp and his wife Kelly will be the stars of Woodwork, which will spotlight the couple making wood furniture and accessories at their shop Harp Design Co. in Waco, Texas. The show debuts May 9 at 10 ET/PT. Harp quit a six-figure sales job to pursue a woodworking career. It wasn’t instant success, as the…
via ‘Fixer Upper’ Spin-off ‘Woodwork’ To Bow On DIY Network — Deadline
Something old something new, the town of Bluffton located in Beaufort County on the bluff of the May River. An short twelve miles west of Hilton Head and twenty miles northeast of Savannah Georgia, the “Old Town” area has become a popular tourist attraction. Offering visitors a casual feel of a true coastal community with […]
via 1830’s coastal South Carolina community tops the list for relocation choices — The59Club
The Fair housing Act was signed into law on April 11, 1968 by President Lyndon Johnson. The law prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, or advertisement of residential dwellings, brokerages services, appraisals, real estate loans and loan purchases. The 1968 law protected against discrimination based on race, religion, national origin and color.
Today the law has expanded to seven protected classes. In addition to the original four, handicap, familial status and sex have been added.
The fiftieth anniversary is a great reminder to celebrate the diverse country we live in and how we have grown our communities together. The opportunity to learn from each other has opened doors for many and helps promote economic opportunity.
Real estate professionals dedicated to providing equal service to all make the time to continually educate themselves to abide by law updates, but most of all “do the right thing”. Real estate companies adhering to this belief prominently display the fair housing logo on their marketing materials.
Take notice and join in on the celebration…..
Happy home buying and selling 🙂