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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Wellspring Women's Center Donations
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This morning, Property Manager Tina McCardle (left) and Human Resources/Property Manager Shannon Reece brought the donations from our drive to the Wellspring Women's Center, and volunteered at the Center by serving food, and playing with the children.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Maintenance Monday Tip of the Week:
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Heat loss through windows is responsible for 25-30 percent of heating energy use, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. But it doesn't have to be that way, because weatherstripping is simple and probably the most cost-effective way to keep heating costs down.Pro tip: To check if you have a draft issue, close a door or window on ...

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Home River Group Sacramento held a legal Q & A for our property investor clients
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This past Friday, Home River Group Sacramento held a legal Q & A for our property investor clients. Guest speaker Tom Hogan from the Law Offices of Thomas Hogan discussed new rent control laws, how to terminate a tenancy under new restrictions, and upcoming acceptance of Section 8 income in 2020.Photo one: Robert Machado, Vice Preside...

Monday, November 4, 2019

Maintenance Monday Tip of the Week
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How to remove scuffs from hardwood floorsHardwood floors will eventually collect a bunch of scuffs from hard-soled shoe traffic, but there's a novel way to get rid of them: Use a tennis ball. The felt-like surface of the ball will quickly remove any scuffs, as long as you rub it vigorously over the mark. If you don't fee like gett...

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Maintenance Monday Tip of the Week: Repair window screen damage
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Window screens can easily get torn, but as long as the frame is in good condition, it’s easy to make repairs.1. Using a flathead screwdriver, pry the old screen out 2. Lay the new screen over the frame, leaving an inch overhang 3. Cut each overlapping corner at a 45-degree angle 4. Using a screen rolling tool, push the overlapping m...

Monday, October 28, 2019

Winter Home Maintenance To Do:
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Your winter home maintenance checklist should include trimming any dead tree limbs so they don’t fall and damage your home during a winter storm. And if you need to remove large limbs or remove a tree, it may be best to hire a professional. https://lnkd.in/eRA_V4J

Thursday, October 24, 2019

ACCEPTING DONATIONS!
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Home River Group Sacramento with the Sacramento Association of Realtors are currently holding a drive through November 12 for the Wellspring Women's Center.Items needed:toiletries, plastic/paper cutlery, children's care itemsFor more information, call (916)429-1205 x 323, or email us at sacramento@homeriver.com for a complete...

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Why should I keep my gutters free of debris?
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Your rain gutters not only protect your home’s landscaping and siding, gutters also prevent damage to your home’s foundation.When gutters fill with leaves, sticks and other debris, this can cause clogs and result in water creeping under the roof and sometimes, into the foundation. Clogged gutters can also lead to ice dams in t...

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Clean your clothes washer
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Cleaning your washing machine is a bit more important if you have a front-loading machine. However, it can be a good thing to do even if you have a top-loading machine.Front-loading machines have a tendency to gather water in the door seal, which is exposed to water throughout the wash cycle. If you don’t regularly clean the seal, m...

Monday, October 21, 2019

Maintenance Monday Tip of the Week
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Do you possibly have a drainage problem?Foundations often have small cracks that appear as houses settle over time. Most are harmless, but bigger cracks bear watching. Keep an eagle eye on cracks larger than 1/8-inch wide by marking the ends with an erasable pencil line. Measure the width and jot it down. If you notice the cracks are grow...

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