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Renovated model homes bring bright ‘ideas’ to the Kearns community

The tough economy has taken its toll on neighborhoods throughout the state. Kearns is no exception, with foreclosed homes sprinkled throughout the community. Several of these former dilapidated bank-owned properties are now the model of what low maintenance and sustainability looks like.

The Nonprofit Community Development Corporation of Utah held an open house  at 4351 West 4745 South. This is the latest “Idea House” revealed, a concept pioneered by the CDCU to strengthen low-income communities in Kearns and Magna. Residents of the surrounding neighborhood were invited to tour the home and learn firsthand what practices can make their home more comfortable as well as efficient. CDCU CEO Darin Brush said his team renovates four homes a year within Kearns and Magna.

“The great majority of the homes are in Kearns because of the great support we receive from the Kearns community, by their interest in touring the ‘idea houses’ as well as wanting information on how they can better their homes,” Brush said.

He said it takes 60 to 90 days to complete the renovation. The homes must meet strict guidelines such as being energy efficient, have low water usage fixtures and xeriscaping, be wheelchair accessible and be green and healthy. This means homes are tested for contaminates such as mold, radon, lead-based paint and methamphetamine.

“Half of the homes we have purchased have meth contamination,” Brush said. “Most of the meth that’s detected is from recreational use rather than an actual meth lab and can be remediated.”

After contaminates are removed, the home receives insulation, new windows and doors, a tankless water heater and both energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. Pathways are also widened in the home to ensure comfortable wheelchair accessibility. Wood flooring is laid in the common areas with vertical blinds to reduce allergens. The outside landscaping is also done with xeriscaping designs to keep water usage minimal. Stuart Smith, development agency’s public relations specialist, said those who purchase these homes can have confidence that the work has been done properly and that the homes have long-term sustainability.

“There is not much sense to get them in the home if it’s not affordable throughout the time they own it,” Smith said.

Despite all the costly upgrades, Smith said the homes are priced to sell quickly. This is made part by the relationship with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where homes are discounted 10 to 50 percent.

The CDCU offers programs to help current homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling, low-interest home repair loans and down payment assistance programs. All Salt Lake County residents can also take advantage of its 5 percent loan program for home energy efficient upgrades. For more information about “The Idea House” or any of its programs, call 801-994-7222.

Article source: http://www.taylorsvillekearnsjournal.com/pages/full_story/14058/Renovated-model-homes-bring-bright-%E2%80%98ideas%E2%80%99-to-the-Kearns-community/

Renovated model homes bring bright ‘ideas’ to the Kearns community

The tough economy has taken its toll on neighborhoods throughout the state. Kearns is no exception, with foreclosed homes sprinkled throughout the community. Several of these former dilapidated bank-owned properties are now the model of what low maintenance and sustainability looks like.

The Nonprofit Community Development Corporation of Utah held an open house  at 4351 West 4745 South. This is the latest “Idea House” revealed, a concept pioneered by the CDCU to strengthen low-income communities in Kearns and Magna. Residents of the surrounding neighborhood were invited to tour the home and learn firsthand what practices can make their home more comfortable as well as efficient. CDCU CEO Darin Brush said his team renovates four homes a year within Kearns and Magna.

“The great majority of the homes are in Kearns because of the great support we receive from the Kearns community, by their interest in touring the ‘idea houses’ as well as wanting information on how they can better their homes,” Brush said.

He said it takes 60 to 90 days to complete the renovation. The homes must meet strict guidelines such as being energy efficient, have low water usage fixtures and xeriscaping, be wheelchair accessible and be green and healthy. This means homes are tested for contaminates such as mold, radon, lead-based paint and methamphetamine.

“Half of the homes we have purchased have meth contamination,” Brush said. “Most of the meth that’s detected is from recreational use rather than an actual meth lab and can be remediated.”

After contaminates are removed, the home receives insulation, new windows and doors, a tankless water heater and both energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. Pathways are also widened in the home to ensure comfortable wheelchair accessibility. Wood flooring is laid in the common areas with vertical blinds to reduce allergens. The outside landscaping is also done with xeriscaping designs to keep water usage minimal. Stuart Smith, development agency’s public relations specialist, said those who purchase these homes can have confidence that the work has been done properly and that the homes have long-term sustainability.

“There is not much sense to get them in the home if it’s not affordable throughout the time they own it,” Smith said.

Despite all the costly upgrades, Smith said the homes are priced to sell quickly. This is made part by the relationship with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where homes are discounted 10 to 50 percent.

The CDCU offers programs to help current homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling, low-interest home repair loans and down payment assistance programs. All Salt Lake County residents can also take advantage of its 5 percent loan program for home energy efficient upgrades. For more information about “The Idea House” or any of its programs, call 801-994-7222.

Article source: http://www.taylorsvillekearnsjournal.com/pages/full_story/14058/Renovated-model-homes-bring-bright-%E2%80%98ideas%E2%80%99-to-the-Kearns-community/

Renovated model homes bring bright ‘ideas’ to the Kearns community

The tough economy has taken its toll on neighborhoods throughout the state. Kearns is no exception, with foreclosed homes sprinkled throughout the community. Several of these former dilapidated bank-owned properties are now the model of what low maintenance and sustainability looks like.

The Nonprofit Community Development Corporation of Utah held an open house  at 4351 West 4745 South. This is the latest “Idea House” revealed, a concept pioneered by the CDCU to strengthen low-income communities in Kearns and Magna. Residents of the surrounding neighborhood were invited to tour the home and learn firsthand what practices can make their home more comfortable as well as efficient. CDCU CEO Darin Brush said his team renovates four homes a year within Kearns and Magna.

“The great majority of the homes are in Kearns because of the great support we receive from the Kearns community, by their interest in touring the ‘idea houses’ as well as wanting information on how they can better their homes,” Brush said.

He said it takes 60 to 90 days to complete the renovation. The homes must meet strict guidelines such as being energy efficient, have low water usage fixtures and xeriscaping, be wheelchair accessible and be green and healthy. This means homes are tested for contaminates such as mold, radon, lead-based paint and methamphetamine.

“Half of the homes we have purchased have meth contamination,” Brush said. “Most of the meth that’s detected is from recreational use rather than an actual meth lab and can be remediated.”

After contaminates are removed, the home receives insulation, new windows and doors, a tankless water heater and both energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. Pathways are also widened in the home to ensure comfortable wheelchair accessibility. Wood flooring is laid in the common areas with vertical blinds to reduce allergens. The outside landscaping is also done with xeriscaping designs to keep water usage minimal. Stuart Smith, development agency’s public relations specialist, said those who purchase these homes can have confidence that the work has been done properly and that the homes have long-term sustainability.

“There is not much sense to get them in the home if it’s not affordable throughout the time they own it,” Smith said.

Despite all the costly upgrades, Smith said the homes are priced to sell quickly. This is made part by the relationship with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where homes are discounted 10 to 50 percent.

The CDCU offers programs to help current homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling, low-interest home repair loans and down payment assistance programs. All Salt Lake County residents can also take advantage of its 5 percent loan program for home energy efficient upgrades. For more information about “The Idea House” or any of its programs, call 801-994-7222.

Article source: http://www.taylorsvillekearnsjournal.com/pages/full_story/14058/Renovated-model-homes-bring-bright-%E2%80%98ideas%E2%80%99-to-the-Kearns-community/

Renovated model homes bring bright ‘ideas’ to the Kearns community

The tough economy has taken its toll on neighborhoods throughout the state. Kearns is no exception, with foreclosed homes sprinkled throughout the community. Several of these former dilapidated bank-owned properties are now the model of what low maintenance and sustainability looks like.

The Nonprofit Community Development Corporation of Utah held an open house  at 4351 West 4745 South. This is the latest “Idea House” revealed, a concept pioneered by the CDCU to strengthen low-income communities in Kearns and Magna. Residents of the surrounding neighborhood were invited to tour the home and learn firsthand what practices can make their home more comfortable as well as efficient. CDCU CEO Darin Brush said his team renovates four homes a year within Kearns and Magna.

“The great majority of the homes are in Kearns because of the great support we receive from the Kearns community, by their interest in touring the ‘idea houses’ as well as wanting information on how they can better their homes,” Brush said.

He said it takes 60 to 90 days to complete the renovation. The homes must meet strict guidelines such as being energy efficient, have low water usage fixtures and xeriscaping, be wheelchair accessible and be green and healthy. This means homes are tested for contaminates such as mold, radon, lead-based paint and methamphetamine.

“Half of the homes we have purchased have meth contamination,” Brush said. “Most of the meth that’s detected is from recreational use rather than an actual meth lab and can be remediated.”

After contaminates are removed, the home receives insulation, new windows and doors, a tankless water heater and both energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. Pathways are also widened in the home to ensure comfortable wheelchair accessibility. Wood flooring is laid in the common areas with vertical blinds to reduce allergens. The outside landscaping is also done with xeriscaping designs to keep water usage minimal. Stuart Smith, development agency’s public relations specialist, said those who purchase these homes can have confidence that the work has been done properly and that the homes have long-term sustainability.

“There is not much sense to get them in the home if it’s not affordable throughout the time they own it,” Smith said.

Despite all the costly upgrades, Smith said the homes are priced to sell quickly. This is made part by the relationship with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where homes are discounted 10 to 50 percent.

The CDCU offers programs to help current homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling, low-interest home repair loans and down payment assistance programs. All Salt Lake County residents can also take advantage of its 5 percent loan program for home energy efficient upgrades. For more information about “The Idea House” or any of its programs, call 801-994-7222.

Article source: http://www.taylorsvillekearnsjournal.com/pages/full_story/14058/Renovated-model-homes-bring-bright-%E2%80%98ideas%E2%80%99-to-the-Kearns-community/

Renovated model homes bring bright ‘ideas’ to the Kearns community

The tough economy has taken its toll on neighborhoods throughout the state. Kearns is no exception, with foreclosed homes sprinkled throughout the community. Several of these former dilapidated bank-owned properties are now the model of what low maintenance and sustainability looks like.

The Nonprofit Community Development Corporation of Utah held an open house  at 4351 West 4745 South. This is the latest “Idea House” revealed, a concept pioneered by the CDCU to strengthen low-income communities in Kearns and Magna. Residents of the surrounding neighborhood were invited to tour the home and learn firsthand what practices can make their home more comfortable as well as efficient. CDCU CEO Darin Brush said his team renovates four homes a year within Kearns and Magna.

“The great majority of the homes are in Kearns because of the great support we receive from the Kearns community, by their interest in touring the ‘idea houses’ as well as wanting information on how they can better their homes,” Brush said.

He said it takes 60 to 90 days to complete the renovation. The homes must meet strict guidelines such as being energy efficient, have low water usage fixtures and xeriscaping, be wheelchair accessible and be green and healthy. This means homes are tested for contaminates such as mold, radon, lead-based paint and methamphetamine.

“Half of the homes we have purchased have meth contamination,” Brush said. “Most of the meth that’s detected is from recreational use rather than an actual meth lab and can be remediated.”

After contaminates are removed, the home receives insulation, new windows and doors, a tankless water heater and both energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. Pathways are also widened in the home to ensure comfortable wheelchair accessibility. Wood flooring is laid in the common areas with vertical blinds to reduce allergens. The outside landscaping is also done with xeriscaping designs to keep water usage minimal. Stuart Smith, development agency’s public relations specialist, said those who purchase these homes can have confidence that the work has been done properly and that the homes have long-term sustainability.

“There is not much sense to get them in the home if it’s not affordable throughout the time they own it,” Smith said.

Despite all the costly upgrades, Smith said the homes are priced to sell quickly. This is made part by the relationship with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where homes are discounted 10 to 50 percent.

The CDCU offers programs to help current homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling, low-interest home repair loans and down payment assistance programs. All Salt Lake County residents can also take advantage of its 5 percent loan program for home energy efficient upgrades. For more information about “The Idea House” or any of its programs, call 801-994-7222.

Article source: http://www.taylorsvillekearnsjournal.com/pages/full_story/14058/Renovated-model-homes-bring-bright-%E2%80%98ideas%E2%80%99-to-the-Kearns-community/

Renovated model homes bring bright ‘ideas’ to the Kearns community

The tough economy has taken its toll on neighborhoods throughout the state. Kearns is no exception, with foreclosed homes sprinkled throughout the community. Several of these former dilapidated bank-owned properties are now the model of what low maintenance and sustainability looks like.

The Nonprofit Community Development Corporation of Utah held an open house  at 4351 West 4745 South. This is the latest “Idea House” revealed, a concept pioneered by the CDCU to strengthen low-income communities in Kearns and Magna. Residents of the surrounding neighborhood were invited to tour the home and learn firsthand what practices can make their home more comfortable as well as efficient. CDCU CEO Darin Brush said his team renovates four homes a year within Kearns and Magna.

“The great majority of the homes are in Kearns because of the great support we receive from the Kearns community, by their interest in touring the ‘idea houses’ as well as wanting information on how they can better their homes,” Brush said.

He said it takes 60 to 90 days to complete the renovation. The homes must meet strict guidelines such as being energy efficient, have low water usage fixtures and xeriscaping, be wheelchair accessible and be green and healthy. This means homes are tested for contaminates such as mold, radon, lead-based paint and methamphetamine.

“Half of the homes we have purchased have meth contamination,” Brush said. “Most of the meth that’s detected is from recreational use rather than an actual meth lab and can be remediated.”

After contaminates are removed, the home receives insulation, new windows and doors, a tankless water heater and both energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. Pathways are also widened in the home to ensure comfortable wheelchair accessibility. Wood flooring is laid in the common areas with vertical blinds to reduce allergens. The outside landscaping is also done with xeriscaping designs to keep water usage minimal. Stuart Smith, development agency’s public relations specialist, said those who purchase these homes can have confidence that the work has been done properly and that the homes have long-term sustainability.

“There is not much sense to get them in the home if it’s not affordable throughout the time they own it,” Smith said.

Despite all the costly upgrades, Smith said the homes are priced to sell quickly. This is made part by the relationship with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where homes are discounted 10 to 50 percent.

The CDCU offers programs to help current homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling, low-interest home repair loans and down payment assistance programs. All Salt Lake County residents can also take advantage of its 5 percent loan program for home energy efficient upgrades. For more information about “The Idea House” or any of its programs, call 801-994-7222.

Article source: http://www.taylorsvillekearnsjournal.com/pages/full_story/14058/Renovated-model-homes-bring-bright-%E2%80%98ideas%E2%80%99-to-the-Kearns-community/

Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce hosted Fourth annual Home and …





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Clarksville Chamber of Commerce Home and Garden ShowClarksville, TN – On February 23rd and 24th, the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce held their fourth annual Home and Garden show at the Foy Fitness Center on Austin Peay State University.

The show was sponsored by the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce, the Leaf Chronicle, and Furniture Connection. 57 Vendors were on hand to offer Clarksvillians tips on getting ready for the rapidly approaching spring.

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The vendors covered the complete range of needs that the average home owner might have to get their Home and Garden in top notch shape. Home owners were able to meet one on one with vendors throughout the region who could provide them with landscaping ideas, home improvement projects or tell them about all that is the new and fashionable to improve your home.

Door prizes were awarded to attendees including a $500.00 Gift Card from Furniture Connection, A Flat Screen TV from the Chamber of Commerce, a Prestige HD Thermostat from Action Air Conditioning, 50ft of free landscape curbing from Affordable Outdoor Improvements, an Electric Grill and two chairs from FM Bank, a Spring Goody Basket from Heritage Bank, Apple iPads from Hudson Construction Group and Reda Homebuilders , Owens Corning Stadium Blankets from Jackson Roofing and Remodeling LLC, a Touchscreen GPS from Paul Davis Emergency Services, a $500.00 Fire Ring and Grill from  Red River Concrete Products, a $50.00 Visa Gift Card from Satellite Electronics, The Kutting Crew gave away 10 $500.00 gift certificates, HT Flooring gave away an area rug, and Creative Wetcast Products gave away an easy garden kit.

The show was a hit with the thousands of Clarksvillians who came through in a steady stream on both days said Chris Goodman the Chairman of Business Development at the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce. He lead the team that put the show together.

“Our annual Home and Garden Show showcases everything that is available for you to beautify your home and garden; anywhere from rooms, to landscaping, to gutters. I mean, you name it, we had it today, along with lots and lots for giveaways,” said Goodman. “If you didn’t make it by this year we hope you will come out next year! The Home and Garden show will be bigger and better than ever!”

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Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce hosted Fourth annual Home and …





By | February 26, 2013 |
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Clarksville Chamber of Commerce Home and Garden ShowClarksville, TN – On February 23rd and 24th, the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce held their fourth annual Home and Garden show at the Foy Fitness Center on Austin Peay State University.

The show was sponsored by the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce, the Leaf Chronicle, and Furniture Connection. 57 Vendors were on hand to offer Clarksvillians tips on getting ready for the rapidly approaching spring.

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The vendors covered the complete range of needs that the average home owner might have to get their Home and Garden in top notch shape. Home owners were able to meet one on one with vendors throughout the region who could provide them with landscaping ideas, home improvement projects or tell them about all that is the new and fashionable to improve your home.

Door prizes were awarded to attendees including a $500.00 Gift Card from Furniture Connection, A Flat Screen TV from the Chamber of Commerce, a Prestige HD Thermostat from Action Air Conditioning, 50ft of free landscape curbing from Affordable Outdoor Improvements, an Electric Grill and two chairs from FM Bank, a Spring Goody Basket from Heritage Bank, Apple iPads from Hudson Construction Group and Reda Homebuilders , Owens Corning Stadium Blankets from Jackson Roofing and Remodeling LLC, a Touchscreen GPS from Paul Davis Emergency Services, a $500.00 Fire Ring and Grill from  Red River Concrete Products, a $50.00 Visa Gift Card from Satellite Electronics, The Kutting Crew gave away 10 $500.00 gift certificates, HT Flooring gave away an area rug, and Creative Wetcast Products gave away an easy garden kit.

The show was a hit with the thousands of Clarksvillians who came through in a steady stream on both days said Chris Goodman the Chairman of Business Development at the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce. He lead the team that put the show together.

“Our annual Home and Garden Show showcases everything that is available for you to beautify your home and garden; anywhere from rooms, to landscaping, to gutters. I mean, you name it, we had it today, along with lots and lots for giveaways,” said Goodman. “If you didn’t make it by this year we hope you will come out next year! The Home and Garden show will be bigger and better than ever!”

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Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce hosted Fourth annual Home and …





By | February 26, 2013 |
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Clarksville Chamber of Commerce Home and Garden ShowClarksville, TN – On February 23rd and 24th, the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce held their fourth annual Home and Garden show at the Foy Fitness Center on Austin Peay State University.

The show was sponsored by the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce, the Leaf Chronicle, and Furniture Connection. 57 Vendors were on hand to offer Clarksvillians tips on getting ready for the rapidly approaching spring.

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The vendors covered the complete range of needs that the average home owner might have to get their Home and Garden in top notch shape. Home owners were able to meet one on one with vendors throughout the region who could provide them with landscaping ideas, home improvement projects or tell them about all that is the new and fashionable to improve your home.

Door prizes were awarded to attendees including a $500.00 Gift Card from Furniture Connection, A Flat Screen TV from the Chamber of Commerce, a Prestige HD Thermostat from Action Air Conditioning, 50ft of free landscape curbing from Affordable Outdoor Improvements, an Electric Grill and two chairs from FM Bank, a Spring Goody Basket from Heritage Bank, Apple iPads from Hudson Construction Group and Reda Homebuilders , Owens Corning Stadium Blankets from Jackson Roofing and Remodeling LLC, a Touchscreen GPS from Paul Davis Emergency Services, a $500.00 Fire Ring and Grill from  Red River Concrete Products, a $50.00 Visa Gift Card from Satellite Electronics, The Kutting Crew gave away 10 $500.00 gift certificates, HT Flooring gave away an area rug, and Creative Wetcast Products gave away an easy garden kit.

The show was a hit with the thousands of Clarksvillians who came through in a steady stream on both days said Chris Goodman the Chairman of Business Development at the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce. He lead the team that put the show together.

“Our annual Home and Garden Show showcases everything that is available for you to beautify your home and garden; anywhere from rooms, to landscaping, to gutters. I mean, you name it, we had it today, along with lots and lots for giveaways,” said Goodman. “If you didn’t make it by this year we hope you will come out next year! The Home and Garden show will be bigger and better than ever!”

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By | February 26, 2013 |
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Clarksville Chamber of Commerce Home and Garden ShowClarksville, TN – On February 23rd and 24th, the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce held their fourth annual Home and Garden show at the Foy Fitness Center on Austin Peay State University.

The show was sponsored by the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce, the Leaf Chronicle, and Furniture Connection. 57 Vendors were on hand to offer Clarksvillians tips on getting ready for the rapidly approaching spring.

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The 4th Annual Home and Garden Show

The vendors covered the complete range of needs that the average home owner might have to get their Home and Garden in top notch shape. Home owners were able to meet one on one with vendors throughout the region who could provide them with landscaping ideas, home improvement projects or tell them about all that is the new and fashionable to improve your home.

Door prizes were awarded to attendees including a $500.00 Gift Card from Furniture Connection, A Flat Screen TV from the Chamber of Commerce, a Prestige HD Thermostat from Action Air Conditioning, 50ft of free landscape curbing from Affordable Outdoor Improvements, an Electric Grill and two chairs from FM Bank, a Spring Goody Basket from Heritage Bank, Apple iPads from Hudson Construction Group and Reda Homebuilders , Owens Corning Stadium Blankets from Jackson Roofing and Remodeling LLC, a Touchscreen GPS from Paul Davis Emergency Services, a $500.00 Fire Ring and Grill from  Red River Concrete Products, a $50.00 Visa Gift Card from Satellite Electronics, The Kutting Crew gave away 10 $500.00 gift certificates, HT Flooring gave away an area rug, and Creative Wetcast Products gave away an easy garden kit.

The show was a hit with the thousands of Clarksvillians who came through in a steady stream on both days said Chris Goodman the Chairman of Business Development at the Clarksville-Area Chamber of Commerce. He lead the team that put the show together.

“Our annual Home and Garden Show showcases everything that is available for you to beautify your home and garden; anywhere from rooms, to landscaping, to gutters. I mean, you name it, we had it today, along with lots and lots for giveaways,” said Goodman. “If you didn’t make it by this year we hope you will come out next year! The Home and Garden show will be bigger and better than ever!”

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Article source: http://www.clarksvilleonline.com/2013/02/26/clarksville-area-chamber-of-commerce-hosted-fourth-annual-home-and-garden-show/