One of the best ways to enhance your home’s value – and ultimately the sale price – is through home staging. For this reason, one of our pre-sale services is to hire a staging consultant to come to your home and give ideas on what changes can be made which can cost effectively be made […]
I am right now about to set up a property tour for tomorrow morning, I have a list of addresses, and I want to plot them on a map to figure out in which order we should be seeing them. There’s a great web site that I use to do this, and I wanted to share it with you. So far as I can tell, it’s just some guys’ neat-o experiment. You can actually do this just using Google Maps, but it’s slower than just adding all the addresses into one big text box, such as this site does: http://gmaps.kaeding.name/ You just type all the addresses you need into the one big text box and hit the “Submit” button.
Whatever draws them here, a common interest is to research the various cities and the neighborhoods that make up Santa Cruz County. Fortunately, there are a lot of tools these days for checking out Santa Cruz on-line. Although the only way to truly get to know a neighborhood is to come and spend some time in it, if that’s not very practical for you, there are alternatives. … The Ask City tool is pretty cool – you can draw a shape on a map of a given area and ask to find businesses, events, movies, etc. that fall just in that area – good for researching neighborhoods. … Google Maps : Google Maps is a fantastic tool, and they have now built into it a system for reviewing the businesses and other points of interest that you can find on the map.