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Catherine Trahan
Your Real Estate Resource

June Newsletter

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Greetings Laura!

June Newsletter

I am excited to share that I am now an Accredited Staging Professional Real Estate Agent. I now know many great ways to improve the look of homes to potentially shorten selling time and increase sale prices. I would like to share additional information with you that is helpful whether you want to make your home more attractive for buyers of just for yourself. See this Month's Item of Value for these great inexpensive tips! 

Featured this Month!

$10,000 Tax Credit for New Home Purchase

The state of California is offering a tax credit is for qualified buyers who purchase a home on or after March 1, 2009 and before March 1, 2010 that has never been occupied. If you are purchasing a newly built home and are a first-time home buyer as well, it is possible to receive both the $10,000 tax credit from the state of California, as well as the $8,000 tax credit from the federal government,amounting to a total of $18,000! 

Source: Andy Shine, RPM Mortgage

For more information including who qualifies and how to apply, visit my website Resources Page.

Referral of the Month Jeff Kamariotis at Sunset Screens

Phantom screens are great during the summer, spring and fall. You hardly see them. Jeff gives incredible customer service both during and after installation.

Contact Info: Jeff Kamariotis, Authorized Dealer at Sunset Screens

Going Green Tip of the Month Cool Tips for the Fridge

You want to keep your refrigerator running smoothly, so that during the heat of the summer you have plenty of cool drinks ready to enjoy!
       Is your refrigerator door shutting tightly? To test it, close the refrigerator door on a dollar bill at various places along the door, and pull lightly. If you can pull the bill out, you may need to adjust your door or replace the gasket. Doing so will save energy, reduce your utility bill, and lengthen the life of the compressor.
        To keep your refrigerator operating efficiently and cooling properly, it is very important to clean the condenser coils at least twice a year. The purpose of these coils, which are generally located at the bottom of the refrigerator (behind the kick plate), is to disperse heat from inside the refrigerator out into the room with the aid of a fan.
        To clean the coils, first unplug the refrigerator or turn off it's circuit breaker. Next, remove the cover panel beneath the door to reveal the coils. With a long, narrow nozzle on your vacuum, clean out all of the dust and debris. You can also buy a special long-handled brush that looks somewhat like a bottle-brush for this job. The last step is to replace the cover, and restore the electricity. Remember, cleaning the condenser coils at least twice a year is the best way to lengthen the life of your refrigerator.

Source:Old Republic Home Protection, May Home Tip

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Catherine Trahan
1701 Novato Blvd., Suite 100
Novato, California 94947
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