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Featured Home: Beautiful 2.1 acre lot just east of Stillwater at 518 N Wildwood Acres Circle. This property has no covenants or restrictions. Lot has a variety of trees. The Storage building is 12’ X 16’ with concrete floor. There is a dry bed creek on the west property line along with a shared fence. Easy access to rural water, natural gas and electric. County maintained paved roads. $48,500.00
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Buddies or not, co-tenants need a written rental contract Friends who rent a house or apartment should always put their agreement in writing. DEAR DAVE: My best friend and I have decided to move into an apartment together in order to save on rent and other expenses. Neither of us has ever had a roommate before. Can you offer some tips? ANSWER: Sure. A growing number of friends or even total strangers are teaming up to rent an apartment or small house together, in part because rents nationwide have soared by double-digits over the past few years. The first issue, of course, is to determine how the two of you will split the rent, utility bills and other expenses. Though most roomies divide the household bills evenly, others reach an agreement for one to pay more than the other if, say, one will occupy a bedroom that’s larger or has a terrific view. It’s also important to agree that those bills will be paid on time. If your roommate doesn’t have the cash to pay a bill when it comes due, you will have to pay the full amount out of your own savings or risk getting a black mark on your credit report.
About Real Estate DAVID MYERS Also work out issues regarding food. Whether you’re buying a place together or simply renting it, the two of you could agree to evenly split the grocery bills and share in the cooking and cleaning duties. But if one of you is a budding Wolfgang Puck, he or she may want to handle most of the preparation duties if the other promises to clean up after meals. Should one of you be a vegetarian but the other is not – or if the two of you simply have different tastes or a dietary restriction – it might be better to buy your food separately. Pets can be a major source of problems, unless you live in a “no pets” building. If one owns a pet but the other doesn’t, the pet owner should be responsible for any extra security deposit the landlord may charge, not to mention the costs of its food, cleaning up its mess and any damage it may cause. Of course, both of you will need renters insurance.
Sometimes it’s cheaper for roomies to buy a single policy together, but other times it’s less expensive to purchase them separately – especially if you can bundle your renters coverage with the same company that insures your car. You’ll also need to formulate a plan that will swing into action if one of you wants to break the shared-lease agreement before it’s set to expire. A broken lease is costly, typically including a hefty penalty levied by the landlord and the loss of some or all of the security deposit. The fairest way to handle this potential pitfall is for the person who wants to leave early to pay for all of those costs. It’s obviously a good idea for you and your upcoming roomie to spend a few hundred dollars to have a lawyer cobble the proposed arrangement. There are also several sites online that offer basic (but free) forms: Just Google “contract with roommate.” Once everything is in writing, both
you and your roomie should sign it and have the document notarized just in case a minor disagreement later turns into a big legal battle. *** REAL ESTATE TRIVIA: About 37% of all Americans now rent their home, the U.S. Census Bureau reports, the highest level in more than onehalf of a century. *** DEAR DAVE: We recently spent four days vacationing in Las Vegas and the temperature topped 100 F each day. I can’t imagine what it will be like in mid-summer! So, just out of curiosity: Is Las Vegas the hottest city in
the nation? ANSWER: No, not according to a recently released study by the U.S. National Climactic Data Center. The center looked at long-term temperature averages in mid-sized and large cities over the course of several years and then based its findings on the average number of days when temperatures topped 99 F. Phoenix topped the list, with an average 107 days each year reaching 100 degrees or higher. Las Vegas was second, with 70 days of 100 F or more. It was followed by suburban Riverside, California (24 days); Dallas (17) and Austin, Texas (16). ***
DEAR DAVE: My neighbor’s large tree is obviously dying and looks like that it’s about to fall over onto my home’s roof. If it does, would his homeowners insurance pay for the repairs, or would my own policy pay for it? ANSWER: Yours would, although your insurance provider might later try to recoup its payout from the neighbor’s own insurer or the neigh-
bor himself. You would also have the right to sue the neighbor for any deductible you might have to pay, as well as for any unreimbursed losses. Talk to your neighbor about your concerns, if you haven’t already. Ideally, he’ll agree to have the tree removed by a professional today rather than dealing with the headaches and potentially huge financial liability if it later falls.
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Designing around a family fur baby friends, we love you too!), there is no better way to celebrate then by exFur babies are ploring some ways very important to better harmonize members of the family. Yet I’ve had your fur baby and many customers tell your home furnishings. me they feel like First things first, they must choose stylize the canine between their pets clutter. In my mind, and their decor. the dog necessities It’s true – our I see out and about furry friends in homes the most come with their are the bowls, beds, own clutter, full toys and treats. of bowls, beds, While those who toys and treats to prefer to hide these spread out. It can items altogether be hard to place a would benefit from dog bed over your carefully picked out a stylish and functional basket or hand-knotted rug, storage hutch, a which needs to be seen to tie together lot of the time it’s not realistic to be the sofa and the constantly putting curtains, after all. This chatter got me these necessities away. Instead, I enthinking. With the dog days of summer courage you to use items that enhance right around the corner (sorry, feline your decor and keep By Katie Laughridge Tribune News Service
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your frequently used dog goodies within arm’s reach. Start with the big things first, like the dog bed. We spend so much time picking out textiles and finishes for our own furniture, it’s a shame to throw off your space with a huge dog mattress.
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of, go even further and represent your furry family member in your own items. There is no limit to showing your dog love. From fabric to towels, art and statues there are canine items for every room in your house should you want them.
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Pecan nut weevil and crop thinning One of the most troublesome pests for pecans is the pecan nut weevil. If you’ve ever been disappointed to find empty nuts on the ground with a small hole pierced in the shell, you know what kind of damage they can cause. Mid to late July is the time of year this pest usually shows up, typically just after a heavy rain. Spraying insecticide on a mature tree is not practical for most homeowners and soil applied products do not work well for this pest. Fortunately, the behavior of the weevil allows us to use a simple option to help control the population. Adult weevils crawl up the tree trunk to feed. You can suc-
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KEITH REED cessfully capture a good percentage of these insects as they begin their climb if you install circular weevil traps on the trunk. While capturing some of these insects will not eliminate nut damage, it can reduce it significantly. Even if you do have the equipment and resources to spray the entire tree, the traps can help you get a better idea of numbers to help determine if spraying is warranted. Keep in mind that
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25% of the nuts you are able to reach. Two notes of caution: pecan trees are notorious for dropping limbs-take care that you don’t dislodge a large limb and hurt yourself. And two, be wary of any overhead electrical lines in the area. If you thin, try to keep notes on your efforts. Come harvest time, this might help you to better determine if
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your efforts were worthwhile. For more information on this or any other horticultural topic, you can contact Keith Reed, the Horticulturist in the Payne County Extension office. Keith can be reached via email at keith.reed@ okstate.edu, phone at 405-747-8320, or in person at the Payne County Extension office, located at 315 W. 6th in Stillwater.
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nuts a cluster, thinning will likely be helpful. Commercial growers can simply give their trees a short shake but obviously that is not an option for the homeowner. You can thin the crop using a frailing pole. These long bamboo poles are often used as a harvest aid but they will work for thinning as well. If you don’t own (or can’t locate) a bamboo pole, a long piece of pvc pipe works fairly well for this purpose. Thinning is not an exact science so it’s hard to know just how many to remove. I suggest starting with about
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(This is a good idea prevents conflicts license mold reanyway; it’s a myth of interest; you can moval companies. that closing vents have more confiAsk if they’re fato unused rooms dence in a mold miliar with EPA increased HVAC tester who doesn’t standards, or seek efficiency.) stand to profit from companies with Periodically recommending separate accreditacheck for plumbing more work. Mold tion such as Mold leaks. Pools of unremoval can be a Removal Specialist checked water are very expensive job, certification from quick to grow mold. so you want the the Institute of InWHAT TO DO most reliable infor- spection, Cleaning IF MOLD DEmation. and Restoration VELOPS Most states don’t Certification. Once mold gets a foothold, it can be Open Sunday 1-3 PM difficult to remove. If you find it cov2422 Trio ering a small area, Ranch Dr. • the U.S. Environ$348,900 mental Protection Agency says it can This Cedar Ridge Bonus floor plan is set up for entertainment! With an added gameroom and two be scrubbed away dining areas, you will have all the space you need! thoroughly with a This 3 bed, 2 bath home has a split bedroom plan. mix of detergent and water. 2406 Trio However, if it Ranch Dr. • covers more than $299,900 10 square feet, or you don’t feel All Authentic Homes have quartz countertops, confident in doing undermount sinks, vinyl Lo-E windows, LED fixtures, it yourself, you and stainless steel appliances including a double oven. should call in the 2502 Trio Ranch Dr. • $325,900 assistance of a proYou will love this Sweetwater floor plan--3 bedrooms, 2 fessional remediabathrooms, and a 3 car garage! tion company. The best practice 6005 Hallie’s Meadow. • $305,900 is to hire separate This 3 bedroom home has an extra large master closet, double sinks in the master bath, and a 3 car garage. mold testing and remediating com6006 Hayden’s Brook • $303,900 panies. A tester THE RE/MAX SIGNATURE EXPERIENCE 2128 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, office, Dedicated professionals providing can confirm the unrivaled service.and 3 car garage!! substance is mold and determine the Hosted by: Jeana Coyle extent of necessary 101 S Main, Perkins, OK 74059 (405) 747-6977 remediation. Hiring 405-547-2000 separate companies
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may need to get a dehumidifier. Make sure your Summer provides drainage systems are in good order. ideal conditions And also make sure for mold growth your foundation in many regions slopes away from of America. The combination of hu- the home so ground midity, rainfall and water and rain tightly sealed home don’t pool near the home. Your gutters envelopes help and downspouts mold grow out of should direct water control in a hurry. at least three feet Fortunately, you away from the can take steps to house. keep this problem If you have a from ever happencrawlspace, install ing. Follow these a specialized sheet tips to ensure a mold-free home for of polyethylene that prevents moisthe season. ture from seeping MOLD PREthrough and giving VENTION Mold needs water mold a foothold on the surfaces. If you to grow, so moisture control is your have a damp basebest weapon. Cook- ment, run a dehumidifier to keep it ing, showering, dry. running the dishKeep an eye washer and outside on soft goods in air entering the home all help mold storage. Clothing, paper and cardgrow. board all provide Make sure bathexcellent breeding room kitchen fans spots for mold if run properly, and they come in conthat they vent to tact with water. the outside. When Air circulation you observe excess slows down mold moisture on the growth. Even in walls and ceilings rooms you don’t of those rooms, often use, keep wipe it away the vents open so promptly. If you live in a particular- the air conditioner ly humid area, you runs through them. By Paul F. P. Pogue
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