Real Estate Information Archive

Blog

Displaying blog entries 1-3 of 3

"The Miami Real Estate Market Report": A networking and business event by KSI Realty

by Kijner & Sons International Realty

 


Kijner & Sons International Realty
is pleased to present you an update on the current Real Estate market conditions of the Greater Miami Area, a business and networking event hosted at the renowned Pacific City Club on May 30th 2013 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm


Florida Realtors® and broker-owners of KSI Realty Thailand, Marc H. Kijner & Laura Kijner, will offer investors an in-depth view of the Miami’s property market. Thanks to real local knowledge, KSI Realty will give you the keys to better understand the trends for 2013 and teach you how to improve and better manage your real estate investment portfolio.

To participate to this event, kindly RSVP at MBR3@pacificcityclub.com or call +66 (0)2 653 2450 before May, 25th 2013. Please note that seating is allocated on a “first come, first serve” basis and maximum seats for this event is 30, so make sure to register early. Participants are also encouraged to send their questions before, during and after the conference by liking KSI Realty’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ksirealty

KSI Realty’s conference will be followed by a Q&A session. Then guests are invited to pursue the discussion and network during an informal cocktail set in the relaxing decor of the Pacific City Club enjoying unique wines and delicious finger food presented by our sponsor ITALASIA. Video support will be kindly provided by Bluefrog Studio

We look forward to meeting you all at this exciting business and networking event!

--

Information? Comments? Contact us at info@kijner.com

Water Heating & Energy Use

by Kijner & Sons International Realty


According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25% of household energy costs are for water heating. Given these costs, it makes sense to evaluate various types of water heating systems with an eye toward saving both energy and money. Here we take a look at some of the options currently available for homeowners to consider.

Storage Water Heaters – These are the most common type of water heater in the U.S. In these systems, cold water flows into a tank where it is heated by gas or electric power. Once the water in the tank reaches the desired temperature, the heater will cycle on and off to maintain the temperature of the water. As hot water gets used, more cold water will enter the tank to be heated. Most of us know the phenomenon of running out of hot water after family members take one shower after another; this will occur if the tank’s storage capacity is insufficient to meet the demand. At other times of the day when relatively little or even no hot water is being used, the heater must still fire on and off to keep the contents of the tank hot. Unfortunately, it is quite inefficient to keep a tank of water hot all day even when the water isn’t needed. Adding an insulated water heater wrap can boost efficiency and energy savings – these are inexpensive and can be installed by the homeowner. 

Tankless (Demand) Water Heaters – A newer type of water heater, tankless or demand water heaters are just that. Water is not stored in a tank, but is rapidly heated by gas or electricity once the faucet is turned on. For many homes, a tankless heater can be located close to the sink or shower to heat water on the spot. Because it reaches the desired temperature so quickly, much less water is wasted while waiting for hot water to flow through the faucet. Tankless heaters powered by gas are usually much more efficient than electric heaters – in fact, electricity costs can sometimes negate much of the savings a tankless system might otherwise provide. Tankless systems normally cost more than a conventional storage water heater, so homeowners will need to do some homework on what type, size, and location might make sense for them. 

Solar Water Heating – The basic concept of solar water heating is that the sun’s energy is used to pre-heat water for the home. The pre-heated water then flows into a solar tank that monitors temperature. Then it is piped into the regular hot water system, usually a storage water heater. If no water is turned on within a brief period of time, the water circulates through the system again, making it unnecessary to keep a large tank of water constantly hot. The pre-heating is done by one or two solar panels, usually installed on the roof. Solar water heating is becoming more and more popular in many areas of the U.S. as costs for the systems continue to decrease. By some accounts, including the California Energy Commission, a typical solar water heating system can pay for itself in as little as four to seven years.

No matter what type of water heating homeowners choose, it pays to do some research first to discover the ins and outs of various types for their specific situation. With efficiency and decreased energy use as a goal, the best choice of water heater depends on what pencils out in any given home.

Questions? Comments? Looking to buy or sell a house in Miami or Sarasota, Florida? Contact Kijner & Sons International Realty at info@kijner.com

--

Source: 28th Edition of CRS Consumer Article (April, 15th 2013) - CRS-Pillar To Post Partnership - Article courtesy of Pillar To Post Professional Home Inspection

Artcurial Auction at the Hôtel de Crillon

by Kijner & Sons International Realty

 

 

Kijner & Sons International Realty is pleased to share with you photos from the private presale exhibition held at the famous Hôtel de Crillon, one of Paris ultimate symbols of luxury, history and tradition built in the 18th century and located on Place de la Concorde.

Closed for a total two-year renovation, the renowned Parisian Palace exceptionally opened its doors to a privileged few on April 8th, 2013 for a private visit and a cocktail reception. The sale organized by the leading French auction house Artcurial Briest - Poulain - F. Tajan, features 3,500 lots from the Hôtel de Crillon, including furniture, lights, engravings, crockery, glassware, all kinds of accessories, wines, etc. Collectors will also be able to purchase specially customized lots by artists, fashion designers and interior decorators. 

Public presale exhibitions will be held at the Hôtel de Crillon from Friday the 12th of April to Tuesday the 16th of April 2013 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

 

 

 


 

--

For the complete online brochure, please click here

Displaying blog entries 1-3 of 3

Syndication

Categories

Archives





Kijner & Sons International Realty
83-85 Boulevard de Charonne, 75011 Paris, France


Privacy Policy - Terms of Service  - Contact Information - Site Map

Real Estate Websites by Real Pro Systems

Copyright © 2003-2018 Real Pro Systems LLC. All rights reserved.