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    The Ultimate Guide to Air Conditioning for Homeowners in Michigan

    By Admin | May 23, 2024

    The Ultimate Guide to Air Conditioning for Homeowners in Michigan As a homeowner in Michigan, understanding the ins and outs of air conditioning is crucial for maintaining a comfortable and energy-efficient home. From selecting the right brand and model to understanding warranties and maintenance, this guide will provide you with all the information you need... Read More

    Tips to Lower Your Energy Bills in Southeastern Michigan

    By Admin | April 29, 2024

    Lowering Your Energy Bills: Tips and Free Resources for Homeowners in Southeastern Michigan In southeastern Michigan, homeowners can unlock the potential for significant energy savings. At Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Snyder & Company, Realtors, we’re not just here to help you buy and sell property, we also strive to assist you in making your home more... Read More

    Ann Arbor Restaurants Offering To-Go Thanksgiving Meals

    By Admin | November 3, 2023

    Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Whether you’re looking to order your own Thanksgiving meal to-go, treat someone else, or even just pick up some delectable side dishes, we have you covered with Thanksgiving to-go offerings from Ann Arbor area restaurants. 4 Separate Zingerman’s Businesses: Zingerman’s Deli This quintessential Ann Arbor institution is offering... Read More

    16 Fantastic Ann Arbor Restaurant Rooftops and Patios

    By Admin | May 12, 2023

    Warm weather is finally here! Take advantage of the sunshine and cool night breezes with these incredible Ann Arbor area outdoor dining and imbibing options! Aventura Serving up Spanish fare designed to be shared among friends and family, Aventura offers a warm and inviting atmosphere. Offering small plates (tapas), paella, an extensive Spanish wine list,... Read More

    Keep Heating Costs Down This Winter

    By Admin | January 19, 2023

    In fall 2022, the National Energy Assistance Directors Association warned that heating costs will be the highest in 10 years as households pay nearly 18% more this winter. Between the 2020-21 and 2022-23 winters, home energy costs increased by 36%. What can you do to stay warm and save energy costs? The National Resources Defense Council advises that you... Read More

    A Quick and Easy Decluttering Guide

    By Admin | November 28, 2022

    With more stuff than you probably need or want, decluttering before a move can seem overwhelming, but you don’t want to pay movers to move or store items you don’t use, love, or want. Here are some tips to make it quicker and easier: Start Small. Label moving boxes for selling, donating, or throwing away.... Read More

    The Post-COVID Appeal of Suburbia

    By Admin | February 17, 2022

    Do homebuyers want the same things in their next home as they did before the COVID pandemic? In some ways, yes, and in others, no. According to the latest summertime survey, post-COVID homebuyers are willing to spend more money on a home, have saved more money toward a downpayment as they sheltered in place,... Read More

    Earth Day 2018 Tips & Things to do in Ann Arbor

    By Iris Petersen | April 20, 2018

    Earth Day is this Sunday, April 22. Since Ann Arbor is also known as “Tree Town,” you can imagine there will be plenty of activities to contribute to the well-being of our community. Here are our top picks, along with some tips on going greener all year round. All of these events are free and... Read More

    10 Family-Friendly Things to Do Around Ann Arbor for St. Patrick’s Day

    By Iris Petersen | March 15, 2018

    You won’t have any trouble finding St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with green beer around Ann Arbor this weekend! But if you’re looking for something to do with the kids for St. Patrick’s Day, here’s our top 10 family-friendly activities that include causes, fitness, food, crafts, and music. Best of all, most of them are free!... Read More

    Top 5 Must-Haves for Millennial Homes

    By Iris Petersen | February 16, 2018

      Born between 1980 and 1995, the Millennial Generation (also known as Generation Y, because it comes after Generation X),  is now prime homebuying age. According to the National Association of REALTORS,® 49 percent of homebuyers 36 years and younger have children under the age of 18, 66 percent are married couples, 17 percent are single women, and... Read More