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3 Places in Your House to Serve Thanksgiving Dinner

Tis the season to be thankful. The fact alone that you are reading this is miraculous. No, we aren’t inferring about your literacy level. We are referring to the fact that you are sitting on a device that is sending invisible signals through the sky that is allowing you to navigate unless information streams in a matter of seconds.

Be thankful that you are living through the most technologically advanced era in history. Yeah, dinosaurs would have been cool and all, but face it – a raptor would not be nearly as friendly as your potty-trained poodle.

Be thankful for indoor plumbing. Be thankful for Netflix. Be thankful that you have people who care about you. Be thankful that you found DJCRE, a Philly property management company you can trust. We are professional realtors who care about making you happy by connecting you with homes, tenants, and landlords.

 

Oh, and TURKEY. Yeah… be thankful for turkey (or tofurkey if you’re vegetarian).

 

Anyway, since it is almost time for Thanksgiving, we’ve decided to put together a list of three places within your home that can host your big feast.

 

  • The Kitchen or Dining Room – How creative of us, right? Well, the kitchen may not be suitable for all families, but it definitely works for small ones.

    PRO – The whole family can sit together and take in the scent of a freshly cooked meal.
    PRO – The kids are closer to the dishwasher, so it is easier to talk them into helping with cleanup.
    CON – It may get congested and crowded depending on the size of your kitchen.

 

  • The Basement – If you have a furnished basement, this may be a great time to put it to use (even if you just use it for the children’s table). The basement is a good place because it likely has entertainment nearby to keep the younger family members busy after they gorge on some mashed potatoes and stuffing. Enjoy some time watching football, playing pool, or doing whatever you normally do on Thanksgiving! 
  • Patio or Deck – We realize it’s November, and it is gonna be a little chilly. If you have enclosed patio, that is great. If you do not, you can rent a space heater and a tent (or borrow one from friends) and set up a nice picnic out back. Make memories and toughen up the grandkids by having an outback feast this year.

 

We hope this was helpful. If you need assistance with anything else this holiday season, don’t be a stranger. We are here for you. To learn more about what makes us a top property management company in Philadelphia, visit http://djcre.com today.

Posted by: djcrepropertymanagement on November 22, 2016
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