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Believe in Baltimore? HELP SAVE A CITY! (Part 1) March 5, 2009

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Attention!!!!

There are TOWNHOMES in inner city Baltimore, Maryland near the harbor selling for $1,000,000.  The rich are buying, while the poor are dying.  Listen up people, there is no reason why a Metropolis city with a working harbor, thriving businesses, Professional Football and Baseball teams, Johns Hopkins Hospital and Universities, that is located only a couple of hours away from our nation’s capital should struggle this way.  People are moving in, such as President Bush’s newly married daughter Jenna, but they are being sure to keep their distance from the real dirt that is Baltimore.  This city has become synonymous with poverty, drugs & crime.  The city of Baltimore started their little famed “Believe”campaign years ago, yet we see very little action taken or progress made in rebuilding this stricken city.  $1 million homes still sit just steps away from burned out row houses and boarded up buildings.  Most of the residents of Baltimore City rent, yet the buildings are nowhere near up to code.  Are the landlords of the tenement buildings being held accountable?

We talk a lot about home improvement on this blog.  But it is now time to give back, get serious and speak on a topic that is near to both Bidrealm.NET founders. 

We are challenging local residents, contractors, builders, and others to network and do what you can to save Baltimore & yourselves.  Follow in the footsteps of Bidrealm.NET co-founder, Travis White, and flip these homes, bring out their value, rent them to someone whom needs it during this recessive economy, and make some money for yourself and stimulate the market in the process.  Baltimore is a hidden gem and has much more potential than its given credit for.

Famous for Crab Cakes, The Inner Harbor, Ray Lewis and the Ravens, Cal Ripken Jr. and the Oilers, and even Sisco and Dru Hill.  There’s a lot to be proud of here.   Not just Fells Point and the harbor, but the heart of Baltimore, where the real citizens live everyday.

Let’s save a City

To be continued……………………………..

 

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Women & Home Improvement series (part 4) THE HANDYWOMAN GRAND FINALE June 9, 2008

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As I mentioned to you in part 1 of this series, my wife has taken the bull by the horn and is making home improvements in our house left and right, and her favorite thing is her drill.  With a good cordless power drill, you can just about fix or improve anything, with the right attachment.  Barbara K @ www.barbarak.com, has developed a website that specializes in TOOLS FOR WOMEN.  You can view information in the latest hammers, wrenches, pliers, glue guns, power tools and other tools.  Currently Barbara K has posted directions on how to install an attic fan.  Between me and you, I hope she posts a “How To” on installing a ceiling fan, because I have a new one in the box that has been sitting around for a year waiting to get installed.  Of course at this point we all know that my wife will no doubt get that going before long.  My wife is an attorney who loves to do home improvement projects.  She works hard at the court all day, and then handles business at home too.  She is the new Handywoman.  So too all you men out there, give your Handywoman her credit where credit is due.  Not only does she know more and do more than you think, she may also know more and do more than you.  Step your game up.  Bidrealm.NET is here to help with that.  No matter what your home improvement familiarity is, from novice to expert, register for FREE at www.bidrealm.net, and let a certified, bonified pro compete for your business.  Let go of the hassle so that you can focus on the rest of your life’s many decisions.  @ Barbara K’s website, be sure to checkout the “How to project of the week”.  In addition, look at industry related books and news, & even join the gift registry.  So, for the Handywoman bride to be of 2008, don’t settle for just the typical wedding registry @ Bed Bath & Beyond, Target to Belk, add www.barbarak.com too. 

Also read up on Barbarak’s blog @ http://www.barbarak.com/blog

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