It’s a special hidden neighborhood, which is the cousin of Kensington and surrounded by beautiful canyons. Today, Talmadge is comprised of a mixture of single-family homes and mid- to large apartment complexes.
Talmadge is also home to the Talmadge Gates Historical District. Talmadge has a Maintenance Assessment District (TMAD) for the purpose of improving the public right-of-way with landscaping, ornamental lighting and traffic calming devices. TMAD was voted by the residents into effect and approved by the City Council in 2001. As part of this beautification effort, Talmadge has planted more than 400 trees along its streets and drives during 2001 and 2002.
What’s Escrow? How do appraisals work? This engaging 1-hour boot camp will answer questions and guide you through the 17 steps of the home purchase process – whether a first time buyer or just curious about the steps and how it all works. Designed to be informal and...read more
As a new homeowner there's a litany of things on your mind - and on your to-do list. Be sure to do these 5 things first because they'll save you time, money, and headaches later: 1. Change The Locks Who else has keys? Maybe the previous owner...but who else did they...read more
You can do it yourself! And just because you do it yourself doesn't mean anyone needs to know you didn't hire a professional! Here are some pro tips sure to make your next project fun, easy and looking PRO! 1. Use Fabric Softener to Keep Bristles Soft When not...read more
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