One of the hottest topics of conversation in today’s real estate market is the shortage of available homes. Simply put, there are many more potential buyers than there are homes for
10 Things On Amazon You Will Want To Buy For Your Home
Dated: March 12 2018
Everything you never knew you needed. Shown in no particular order!
These Adorable Cactus/Succulent Plant Pots
Small Ceramic Plant Pots - Perfect for holding succulents, herbs and cactus plants!
Get it on Amazon for $9.93
2. This Nifty Coffee Maker!
Makes espresso coffee in about 4 minutes!
Get on Amazon from $18.95.
3. This Organized Hair Station.
Perfect for storing your hair dryer, styling tools and hair products in one place!
Get it on Amazon from $11.05.
4. This Coffee, Books and Rain Cushion!
For anyone who enjoys curling up with a hot drink and a good novel on a rainy day!
Get it on Amazon for $8.99
5. This Neat Little Foot Hammock!
Ever get uncomfortable at your desk? Say no more!
Get it on Amazon for $11.99.
6. This LED Electric Kettle
All of its materials are BPA-Free, and its heat-tempered and stain-resistant borosilicate glass won’t crack under heat!
Get it on Amazon for $19.99.
7. This Handmade Whiskey Globe Decanter
For the Ron Swanson in all of us!
Get it on Amazon for $48.97.
8. This Makeup Organizer
Keep all your brushes, makeup and accessories all in one place!
Get it on Amazon for $10.89.
9. This Gorgeous Pet Teepee
Because your fur baby deserves the best!
Get it on Amazon for $39.99.
10. This Desktop Storage
Need more deskspace? This is perfect for storing books, organizing office supplies, and showing off cherished keepsakes!
Get it on Amazon for $29.99.
Michelle is a native of Southwest Missouri and has twenty-eight years of experience in selling real estate in the greater Springfield area! Michelle specializes in all price points, including new cons....
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