Young and Crafty Sisters: 09/23/12

Sunday, September 23, 2012

RealtyPin {Buy or Sale your home}

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of RealtyPin for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

At one point or another, most people are either looking for a house or wanting to sale the house that they currently live in. Or both! I've gone through the process of looking for a house but not selling. There are so many websites out there that you can look at. 

 

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At RealtyPin.com they offer homebuyers and sellers a listing and search service that give you more than the average joe site. It is completely free to post your home for sale. There are free money making home search and mortgage search widgets. You can have your own personalized profile page for real estate pros and enthusiasts. There are over 1 million homes for sale OR for rent. They have an awesome interactive map to make searching even easier. 

 

Another great feature is that they offer real time news, tips, and advice on home buying and selling, mortgages, renovating, and all things home. I know that many times the financial side of buying a home is daunting. At the tip of your fingers is help! You can also search nationwide lenders for mortgage rates hassle free. That's a biggie! Sometimes you just want to shop around before being hounded to committ.  

 

RealtyPin also has a Facebook page where hundred of thousands of interested home buyers will see what YOU are selling. This is the perfect time to buy a house. It's a buyer's market, which means that the buyer has the negotiating power! If you have been thinking about buying a home recently, head on over to RealtyPin.com and start your easy search! 

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How to Make Wooden Mirrors


DIY Wooden Mirrors

Instead of doing clothes for refashion week, I decided to use wood and refashion it into decorative mirrors. I had some MDF leftover from another project and I picked up the mirrors from the dollar store. They are technically candle holder plates. So the total cost of this project was $3.

These are actually really easy to make. All you need is a jigsaw and some wood.