David Harrell's Blog

Posted on 10/20/2021
Best Times of Year to Move for Singles, Families and Retirees
Photo by Aimee Cozza via Pixabay Moving to a new home can disrupt your routine at any time, but some times of the year are better than others for relocating to a new home. You'll get the most from the experience and enjoy a more seamless move if you plan things for the right time of year and...
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Posted on 10/13/2021
Try These 3 DIY Wall Art Projects
Decorative wall art doesn’t need to cost a fortune. It also doesn’t require any formal artistic training. There are several simple ways you can create beautiful wall art inexpensively and easily using basic materials you buy at the craft store. Here are some of the best ideas for making your own decorative wall art: Paint With Masking Tape...
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Posted on 10/06/2021
How to Create a Chic Storage Space for Your Home
Photo by ErikaWittlieb via Pixabay Storage is one of the biggest challenges when deciding how to decorate or plan a new home. It's tempting to throw everything into bins and stack them someplace in your garage, their contents forgotten ever after! If you do, though, there is a good chance you will waste money by purchasing things you...
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Posted on 09/29/2021
3 Reasons You Should Build an Accessible New Home
Photo by ThisIsEngineering via Pexels Many of the open floor plans and spacious kitchens require only minor adjustments to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Although ADA considerations might not be on a contractor’s or architect’s radar when drafting state-of-the-art blueprints, there are persuasive reasons to build accessible new construction homes. 1: ADA-Compliant Kitchens Can Increase...
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Posted on 09/27/2021
Wilmington, DE Real Estate Market Update 9/27/2021
Click here to view Wilmington, DE blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 09/22/2021
Improving the Look of Old Tile With New Grout
Photo by James DeMers via Pixabay That bathroom tile once looked terrific, so newly laid contrast between tile and grout. You were so proud to show it off to all your guests. But over time, grout becomes dull, stained and chipped. Tiles fade and look dated. When they do, it's time to refreshen or replace tile and grout....
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Posted on 09/15/2021
Quick Design Tips for New Homeowners
Photo by Khiem Tran via Pixabay Designing a home can be intimidating, especially if it's your first time. Maybe you were a design aficionado with the perfect dorm room, but designing a whole house seems intimidating. Maybe you're worried you have no feel for design at all and will leave your room an empty canvas with one, central...
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Posted on 09/08/2021
What Closing Costs Do Sellers Pay?
In a home purchase, both the buyer and seller need to pay closing costs. These costs are made up of several individual expenses from different sources and the list can look staggering at first glance. While the buyer typically has the longest list of fees to pay, sellers are still responsible for part of the bill. Here we’ll...
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Posted on 09/07/2021
17 Paladin Drive, Wilmington, DE 19802 is now new to the market!
Welcome to this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo tucked away in the wooded Paladin Club community. This well-cared-for multilevel home is move-in ready and offers carefree living at its best. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace, recessed lights and a private deck with tons of natural sunlight. The main level also includes the dining room and kitchen with stainless steel appliances and slatted cabinets that add a distinctive style. The 2nd level features 2 bedrooms and hall bath. The main bedroom makes a great retreat with full private bath and walk-in closets. The second bedroom features a nice sized closet, its current used as an office....
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