Richmond Triplex near BART for sale by Jaynelle

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Listing Courtesy of JAYNELLE BELL, WATERMARK PROPERTIES, DRE R01421746

1625 PORTOLA AVE,
RICHMOND, CA 94801, Triplex, $299,000 MLS 40618953

Long established building with long term, market rate tenants. On site laundry, attached one car garages and play area for small children. Spacious two bedroom, 1 bath units. Located behind Richmond BART station for easy commute and shops.

contact Jaynelle,510.206.7144, for details, private showings,

 

60% of our buyers with loan approval are in property purchase contract in less than 30 days.

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How to Keep House Cool | Keep Cool Without AC | HouseLogic Energy Tips

You don’t have to switch on the air conditioner to get a big chill this summer. These tips will help you keep your house cool without AC, which will save energy (and avoid AC wars with your family).

 

Block that Sun!

When sunlight enters your house, it turns into heat. You’ll keep your house cooler if you reduce solar heat gain by keeping sunlight out.

  • Close the drapes: Line them with light-colored fabric that reflects the sun, and close them during the hottest part of the day. Let them pillow onto the floor to block air movement.
  • Add awnings: Install them on south- and west-facing windows to reduce solar heat gain by up to 77%, says the U.S. Department of Energy. Make your own by tacking up sheets outside your windows and draping the ends over a railing or lawn chair.

Read more: http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/saving-energy/how-keep-your-house-cool-without-ac/#ixzz2VdTWqluP

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Spray On Granite For Counter Tops | Counter Transformation

Updating the kitchen is probably the costliest project on most home owners’ lists. If it’s not in the budget, we hear all about the quick fixes you can do in your kitchen.

 

 

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Foreclosure Activity Back on the Rise | Realtor Magazine

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Foreclosure filings—which include default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions—increased 2 percent in May, rising from a 75-month low in April, according to the latest foreclosure report from RealtyTrac. Still, foreclosure filings are down 28 percent from a year ago.

The May increase was largely attributed to an 11 percent increase in bank repossessions. Foreclosure starts also ticked up 4 percent in May over last month, with 26 states posting increases, according to the report.

 

 

Foreclosure Activity Back on the Rise | Realtor Magazine.

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How to Get Kids to Save Energy | Saving Energy at Home | HouseLogic

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Want your kids to pitch in and help save energy? Green parenting bloggers weigh in on getting kids to flip the switch and stop wasting energy.

 

 

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Laws For Lead Paint | Home Lead Paint Laws | Home Safety

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If you are renovating, repairing, or painting a home constructed prior to 1978, federal lead paint laws say your contractor must avoid contamination by taking specific precautions during demolition, construction, and cleanup. Home owners who do the work themselves are not subject to the laws.

Why lead paint laws?

Demolition, sanding, and sawing stir up lots of dust, which can be messy and inconvenient but usually not toxic. Unfortunately, in homes constructed before 1978, renovation dust might contain lead, which is harmful when ingested or inhaled by adults and children—especially those under the age of 6.

Read more: http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/painting/lead-paint-laws/#ixzz2VMNz1tmS

 

 

Laws For Lead Paint | Home Lead Paint Laws | Home Safety.

Laws For Lead Paint | Home Lead Paint Laws | Home Safety

lead paint

 

If you are renovating, repairing, or painting a home constructed prior to 1978, federal lead paint laws say your contractor must avoid contamination by taking specific precautions during demolition, construction, and cleanup. Home owners who do the work themselves are not subject to the laws.

Why lead paint laws?

Demolition, sanding, and sawing stir up lots of dust, which can be messy and inconvenient but usually not toxic. Unfortunately, in homes constructed before 1978, renovation dust might contain lead, which is harmful when ingested or inhaled by adults and children—especially those under the age of 6.

Read more: http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/painting/lead-paint-laws/#ixzz2VMNz1tmS

 

 

Laws For Lead Paint | Home Lead Paint Laws | Home Safety.