March 2010

Found 3 blog entries for March 2010.

Fluff Your Stuff Interior ReDesign, Inc. offers interior design services for residential and commercial clients.  We design spaces our clients love at a more affordable price.

Our clients are people who want an updated, designer, or complimentary look while utilizing as much as they can from their existing pieces. Fluff Your Stuff offers a variety of services from home staging, organizing, architectural renderings, to a full service design firm with merchandise lines offered at a lower price than currently shown in retail stores.

Our signature service is called the “Fast Fluff.” Clients receive two hours, two Designers, for $200.  They, the client, can choose how to utilize that time.  We can “Fluff” a space, provide you with a detailed design plan

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West Omaha enjoyed exceptional sales activity through October. Sales did slow during November and December however. 1,441 transactions took place in 2009. Those 1,441 transactions are UP from 2008 sales (1,133) by 27%.


Sales in November and December fell to 47 units in each month. The decline in sales activity tends to be typical for this time of the year as the market winds down during the fall as we approach the Holiday Season. In one sense the decline is healthy as it means that people focused on the Holiday Season, which seemed to bolster retail activity. Activity in dining establishments seemed to be strong as well. Both events have been interpreted as positive signals by this appraiser.

Another reason for this decline is attributed to the

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restoreomahalogo_201The Restore Omaha conference is this weekend.  What is it?  It's described as a "conference to promote the practice of historic restoration and to provide educational opportunities and information to the public and professionals".

You can see the entire conference schedule over at the Restore Omaha website.  The conference is March 5th and 6th at the Metro Community College South Campus at 27th & Q Streets.  There is a small registration fee, but if you're thinking about buying or restoring an old home, then it may be well worth your time and money.

Here are titles from a few of the sessions:

  • From Rags to Riches - The Restoration of a Grand Victorian
  • Restoration of a Commercial Building
  • How to Write a National Register Nomination
  • Selecting,
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