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Coming to terms: Walkable
Posted on 07/14/2019
Coming to terms: Walkable
Trying to understand what that home description is all about? Whether you're new to the housing market or newly returned, you'll find terms used to describe homes that you might not recognize. Or, you may not understand what they truly mean in context. The word walkable, for instance, shouldn't apply to a home at all, should it? After...
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7 Amazing Things You Can Do with Coffee Grounds
Posted on 07/07/2019
7 Amazing Things You Can Do with Coffee Grounds
Before you dispose of your used coffee grounds, do you know you can transfer from it from something useless to something useful? Used Coffee grounds are recyclable, and when you do so, you prevent them from ending up in landfills, thus making the earth safe. Here are six amazing eco-friendly things you can do with your coffee grounds...
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Some Reasons Why You May Want a Hot Tub at Home
Posted on 06/30/2019
Some Reasons Why You May Want a Hot Tub at Home
Installing a hot tub can be a fun improvement to add and can be a great feature in your home. Just in case you’re not familiar with hot tubs, they are small pools or large tubs full of heated water used for relaxation, pleasure or even some therapy. While some hot tubs are simple, some come with powerful...
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5 Things to Consider When Buying Homes in the Suburbs
Posted on 06/23/2019
5 Things to Consider When Buying Homes in the Suburbs
Are you planning to move away from the bustle and frenzy of a major commercial city and want to settle in some peaceful, serene environment? If you answered yes, purchasing a home in suburban neighborhoods is probably on your to-do list already. Buying a home is a substantial investment; therefore, it requires proper planning and careful considerations before...
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Red Flags to Look for When Buying A House
Posted on 06/16/2019
Red Flags to Look for When Buying A House
Homeowners can sometimes overlook things in the excitement to buy a property. When purchasing a property, there are a few red flags that you should be aware of: 1. Fresh paint on some walls Some homeowners sometimes use a fresh paint job to hide problems with the house. If you find out some walls are freshly painted while...
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Finding a Babysitter in Your New Town.
Posted on 06/09/2019
Finding a Babysitter in Your New Town.
If you’ve just uprooted your family and moved to a new city, finding childcare for your family can be hard. You want to find someone who’s trustworthy and responsible, but how can you find that perfect person when you’re new in town? There are a few great resources that can help you track down the best childcare provider...
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Tips for Selling Your First Home
Posted on 06/02/2019
Tips for Selling Your First Home
Anyone who has been into real estate long enough knows that the home buying process is entirely different from the home selling process. Most home sellers are first-time sellers who intend to move from their current home due to job search, increasing family, or maybe just to experience a new neighborhood. They tend to run into several roadblocks...
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Transform Your Garage
Posted on 05/26/2019
Transform Your Garage
Want to expand the square footage of your home without moving to a new house? Consider all of the changes you can make to your garage to add a den or playroom, home gym, workshop, or a combination of any these to enjoy a larger living space. First, to determine what area(s) of your garage are flexible, consider...
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Know Your Closing Costs
Posted on 05/19/2019
Know Your Closing Costs
When buying a home, nothing could be worse than getting down to the hour of closing only to discover you don't have enough money in your account for all those insane fees you didn't know about. These fees are due to the lender and other third parties such as the title company at the close of the deal...
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Master the House Selling Journey
Posted on 05/12/2019
Master the House Selling Journey
A home seller may encounter many challenges after he or she decides to list a residence. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to increase the likelihood of enjoying a seamless house selling experience. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you master the home selling journey. 1. Conduct an In-Depth Home Evaluation Your...
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Upgrade Your Residence's Curb Appeal Without Breaking Your Budget
Posted on 05/05/2019
Upgrade Your Residence's Curb Appeal Without Breaking Your Budget
Believe it or not, upgrading your residence's curb appeal won't necessarily force you to break your budget. Now, let's take a look at three cost-effective ways to improve your house's curb appeal. 1. Mow the Lawn Tall grass and weeds are unlikely to do you any favors, particularly if you want to reap the benefits of a fast, profitable...
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Making a Game out of Moving
Posted on 04/21/2019
Making a Game out of Moving
For most people, the idea of moving conjures up dread and stress. There are things to sort, boxes to pack, fears that the dishes might get broken because you didn't add enough padding to keep them safe, and concern that you'll lose something, miss something, forget something. But moving doesn't have to be all stress and bother. You...
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