We are seeing a large number of clients who wish to use smart tax planning while considering their next home. Empty nesters downsizing and move-up buyers with young families have similar interests. They desire to build a custom home that suits their needs and minimizes maintenance and upkeep while reducing tax exposure. Empty nesters are shedding their 6,000-square-foot homes and seeking a 3,200-square-foot home with little compromise. They seek a very nice level of finish and amenities that reflect their interests such as gardens, art studios, and exercise space. These spaces need to be flexible because they hope to one day turn over this home to their children as part of their estate tax planning.
Here’s a very useful list of what professional landscape companies do in the fall for their own properties and their clients' homes. 1. Aerate the lawn’s compacted soil so water and nutrients can reach the roots. 2. Feed your grass roots since they continue to grow until about 40 degrees. Fall is a good time to feed them to encourage root growth so your lawn will green earlier in the spring. 3. Reseed your lawn now that the summer is over. It’s an excellent time to apply grass seed to the parts of your lawn that are stressed from the summer's sun and fun from foot traffic. 4. Give your lawn a final cut to prevent a moldy fungus. 5. Plant new shrubs, plants, trees, and spring bulbs. The
Today’s modern woman wants to feel youthful and vibrant, which includes feeling youthful “down below.” The problem is that when we begin experiencing issues in that department, we don’t openly talk about it and tend to suffer in silence. You are not alone … it is extremely common for women to experience changes in vaginal health for a variety of reasons, including childbirth, fluctuations in hormone levels, age, and leading an active lifestyle. The good news is that there are fantastic ways to strengthen our feminine fitness, and you should know what your options are! Some of the common issues women experience are vaginal laxity (looseness), urine leakage, vaginal dryness, and decreased