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Home Buying

What To Consider Before Buying An Older PropertyPosted on June 20, 2017

Whether it’s the character and charm of an older home with its original features, hardwood floors, and wood burning fireplace, or the quaint historic feel of the neighborhood in which it is found, there is a certain appeal to older property.


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Things Needed After Purchasing A HomePosted on June 13, 2017

Now that you’ve signed all the paperwork and your loan is approved, it’s time to move in.


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Is An Income Property Right For YouPosted on May 23, 2017

The appeal of income properties and the potential for what may seem like easy money and early retirement have likely crossed the mind of anyone who has heard of this business venture.


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What Is A Property SurveyPosted on May 09, 2017

When purchasing a home, especially for the first time, you are going to encounter a lot of terms and jargon you may never have heard before.


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How Much Yard Do You NeedPosted on April 04, 2017

How Much Yard Do You Need?

You probably have spent a good deal of time considering how much space you need inside your home, but what about how much space you need on the outside of it?  House hunting with an idea of the square footage you are seeking is a good idea, but in addition to that you should have an idea of how much yard space you will need around your new dwelling as well.


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Home Buying Negotiating TipsPosted on March 07, 2017

When it comes to buying a home, the ability and willingness to negotiate is a must for both the buyer and seller.


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Buying A Foreclosed Property - What You Should KnowPosted on February 28, 2017

Given the recent state of the economy and the rising rate of mortgage foreclosures, the number of properties available at rock bottom prices is at an all time high.


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Benefits Of Home OwnershipPosted on December 13, 2016

The decision to purchase a home is exciting and a major investment for your future.


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Examining A Home Objectively - What Matters And What Doesn’tPosted on November 08, 2016

Examining A Home Objectively: What Matters And What Doesn’t

Everyone heads out to look at potential homes with a list of the things they want in a house, and a list of the things they definitely do not want.


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Finding A Neighborhood With Great SchoolsPosted on October 11, 2016

Finding A Neighborhood With Great Schools

If you have children, or even if you don’t yet but plan to in the future, schools are something you will need to take into consideration when you search for a new home.


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Understanding Buyer Closing CostsPosted on September 20, 2016

Most people who are in the market for a new home are aware of the costs associated with purchasing a home and moving, but closing costs can be expenses that may be overlooked, especially for first-time home buyers.


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Earnest Money DepositPosted on September 13, 2016

An earnest money deposit, also known as a good faith deposit, is a specific dollar amount that a potential buyer pays to the seller in an effort to display their serious interest in a property.


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Home WarrantyPosted on September 06, 2016

A home warranty plan, also known as a home protection plan, is a service contract that offers homeowners a way to safeguard themselves against possible breakage or a malfunction within the home.


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A Nice Home Or A Nice Neighborhood - Which Matters MorePosted on August 02, 2016

A Nice Home Or A Nice Neighborhood: Which Matters More?

When you start shopping for a home, you probably have a very specific image of what you would like that home to look like.


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Selecting Homeowners InsurancePosted on July 05, 2016

Selecting Homeowner’s Insurance

One of the many things you will have to think about while you are in the process of buying a new home is the insurance you will need to protect it.


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Choosing A REALTOR You Can TrustPosted on March 08, 2016

Choosing A REALTOR® You Can Trust

When it comes to shopping for a home, especially if you are buying for the first time, having an agent on your side is extremely helpful.


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Buying A Home Long DistancePosted on January 05, 2016

The process of purchasing a home can be a complicated and stressful experience, but if you have to purchase a new home in another city the experience can become even more complicated.


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Should You Consider A Condominium Or TownhomePosted on September 08, 2015

Should You Consider A Condominium Or Townhome?

If you are buying a new home on a tight budget, one of the options that will come to your attention is purchasing a condominium or townhome instead of a standard single family home.


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What A REALTOR Can Do For You As A BuyerPosted on September 01, 2015

When we think of selling a home, the services a REALTOR® can provide usually seem worth the cost of their commission, but what about as a buyer?  What can a REALTOR® do for you as a home buyer, and is the commission worth the services they can provide?  Here are five great reasons you should hire a REALTOR® when you are in the market for a new home!

REALTORS® Can Help You Determine Your Budget—With a few simple pieces of information, a REALTOR® can help you pre-determine what kind of budget you may be looking at for your new home, and can match you with potential lenders that are right for you.


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Home Buying ChecklistPosted on June 23, 2015

Once you’ve made the decision to buy a home, it’s time to start thinking about what comes next.


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Buying Your First HomePosted on April 07, 2015

Now that you’ve made the decision to purchase your first home, a hearty congratulations is in order!  Becoming a homeowner, especially for the first time, can stir up some feelings of anxiety and excitement.


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Finding Your Perfect HomePosted on March 31, 2015

As the old saying goes, real estate is all about location, location, location.


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Negotiating Contract Contingencies From The SellerPosted on February 10, 2015

When the housing market is up and sales seem to favor sellers rather than buyers, negotiation contract contingencies may seem like a lost cause.


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How To Handle A Bidding WarPosted on December 30, 2014

So you have found the home of your dreams, it has all the features you want, and it is in the right neighborhood.


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Buying Verses Renting A HomePosted on December 09, 2014

When it comes to a home, you have two options: buy or rent.


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Making An Offer - Negotiating Your Buying PricePosted on December 02, 2014

Making An Offer: Negotiating Your Buying Price

There is perhaps no more exciting and nerve-wracking time in the home buying process than when you decide to make an offer on a home.


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Homeowner’s Associations - What You Need To KnowPosted on November 04, 2014

Homeowner’s Associations: What You Need To Know

As you begin looking for a home to purchase, you will start to come across houses that have a homeowner’s association.


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A Single Woman’s Guide To HomeownershipPosted on August 12, 2014

The traditional view of home ownership usually includes a married couple, but times have changed, and more and more single women are entering the housing market.


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Buying A Home That Can Grow With Your FamilyPosted on July 22, 2014

If you are a first time homeowner, or are purchasing a home after a major life change such as marriage or having children, what should you consider to be sure your new home can grow with your changing family?  The time and effort that go into purchasing and decorating a new home, not to mention finding it in the first place, means that you’ll want to ensure that your home will be right for you and your family for years to come.


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Home Selling

When Is The Right Time To Reduce The PricePosted on May 30, 2017

Every homeowner must set an asking price when listing their home on the market, but what happens when you don’t receive any offers?  Just as it’s important to know when it’s time to sell, it’s important to recognize the right time to reduce the price.


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What Are LockboxesPosted on May 16, 2017

When a homeowner lists their house with a REALTOR®, they may choose to store their house keys in the lockbox for easy access for the REALTOR® showing the home.


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Marketing TipsPosted on April 25, 2017

If you want potential home buyers to fall in love with your house, they first have to know it’s for sale.


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Home Selling ChecklistPosted on April 18, 2017

Once you’ve made the decision to sell your home, it’s time to think about what comes next.


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Sell Your Home Fast - Five Tips To Get A Fast SalePosted on December 20, 2016

The process of selling your home can be a stressful and time-consuming event.


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How Long Should You Keep Your Home On The MarketPosted on December 06, 2016

How Long Should You Keep Your Home On The Market?

Many a home seller has been there—the house has been on the market for months and there is no sign of a sale.


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Staging An Open House That Won’t Cost You A FortunePosted on August 30, 2016

If you are thinking of putting your home up for sale, or already have your property listed, you may want to consider hosting an open house as part of your marketing strategy to get your home sold.


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Selling Your Home During The HolidaysPosted on August 16, 2016

The process of selling your home at any time of the year can be a stressful experience, but if you are trying to sell your home during the busy holiday season it may seem to be almost impossible.


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Five Things You Should Put In Storage While Selling Your HomePosted on July 26, 2016

Five Things You Should Put In Storage While Selling Your Home

When your home is on the market but you are still living there, you can’t very well make it a model show home.


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Creating Curb AppealPosted on May 10, 2016

If you’re selling your home, there are a number of things you can do to improve your property’s potential value and appeal.


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Should You Show An Empty HomePosted on April 26, 2016

Should You Show An Empty Home?

If you have already moved out of the house you are selling, you generally have two choices.


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Are Your Neighbors Affecting Your Home’s ValuePosted on April 12, 2016

You have put your home up for sale and done everything your agent has advised you to do to prepare your property for sale, but still no offers have come in.


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What Season Is Best To SellPosted on April 05, 2016

What Season Is Best To Sell?

So you are ready to sell your house, but you look out the window and see several feet of snow on the ground.


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Selling Your Home In A Buyer’s Market - How To Maximize Your ProfitPosted on March 01, 2016

There are a number of reasons why you may need to sell your home in a buyer’s market, and though getting the most for your home in that situation may seem impossible, there are several strategies you can use to get the best offer for your home.


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Negotiating With A BuyerPosted on February 02, 2016

Negotiating With A Buyer

Depending on the market in which you are selling, your position in the negotiations with a potential buyer can be either a very comfortable one or a difficult one.


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Ten Tips To Successfully Market Your HomePosted on January 19, 2016

There is a lot more to putting your home up for sale than placing a sign on the front lawn.


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Pricing Your Home To SellPosted on January 12, 2016

In addition to location and condition, the asking price of a home is at the top of the list of important considerations.


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When Should You Accept A Low BidPosted on November 10, 2015

If you are selling your home and are motivated to get the deal done quickly, you may be tempted to accept a low bid.


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Sell Or Remodel - Which Is Right For YouPosted on November 03, 2015

Whether the initial love has faded, or your home just doesn’t work for you and your family anymore, deciding between selling your home and remodeling can sometimes be a difficult decision.


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Top Ten Home Showing TipsPosted on September 29, 2015

Showing your home is essential in the real estate business.


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Five Steps To Holding A Successful Open HousePosted on August 18, 2015

An open house is one way that REALTORS® attempt to expose a home to multiple buyers at once.


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The Home Remodels That Will Most Increase Your Selling PricePosted on June 09, 2015

The Home Remodels That Will Most Increase Your Selling Price

So you are ready to sell, but you know that there are a few things in the home that could stand some updating in order to increase your selling price.


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Quick Clutter Fixes For Unexpected ShowingsPosted on June 02, 2015

Quick Clutter Fixes For Unexpected Showings

When you have to continue living in a home at the same time you are trying to sell it, keeping it ready for a showing at any time can be a challenge.


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The Downside To A Sale By OwnerPosted on May 26, 2015

The Downside To A Sale By Owner

In tough economic times, saving the money that you would have to pay a real estate agent to help you sell your home can be a tempting idea.


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Avoid The Most Common Mistakes When Selling Your HomePosted on May 05, 2015

Here are the most common mistakes people make when selling their property.


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Home Staging - Should You Hire A ProfessionalPosted on March 03, 2015

Home staging is the latest trend in real estate, and if you are selling your home you are likely at least aware of what this growing practice involves.


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Choosing The Right Listing AgreementPosted on December 23, 2014

When listing your home with a REALTOR®, you will be required to sign an agreement.


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Selling Your Home - Why You Need A REALTORPosted on November 11, 2014

The temptation to save yourself the cost of hiring a real estate agent when selling your home can be overwhelming, and with more websites, books, and other resources popping up that claim to give you all the know-how and tools you’ll need to sell your home yourself, why should you consider hiring a REALTOR® at all?  Like any job that requires a lot of insider knowledge and experience, hiring a REALTOR® will ensure that you are getting the best price for your house with the minimal amount of work and worry.


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Repairs To Make Before Selling Your HomePosted on July 22, 2014

When selling your home, the last thing you want to do is invest more into it, but in most cases making a few repairs or renovations to your home before putting it on the market can really be worth the financial and time investment.


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Home And Garden

How To Start A New GardenPosted on March 21, 2017

Congratulations on your decision to start a new garden.


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Decorating For Men - Creating A Man-Friendly SpacePosted on February 21, 2017

When you begin thinking about decorating, usually a man-friendly space is not what springs to mind.


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Cleaning Tips And TricksPosted on January 10, 2017

To clean your home is to free it from dirt, pollutants and other elements.


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Defining Distinct Spaces In A Large RoomPosted on November 29, 2016

While open-concept homes seem to be the popular trend in the home construction industry, sometimes decorating for large spaces can be a challenge.


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Family Three-Day Home Emergency KitPosted on November 15, 2016

Every home should have an emergency kit.


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Ideas For Organizing Your GaragePosted on October 04, 2016

Believe it or not, your garage is not only made to house your automobiles.


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Maintaining Air Quality In Your HomePosted on August 23, 2016

Maintaining Air Quality In Your Home

Whether you have allergies or simply prefer knowing that the air in your home is as clean as you can make it for better health, achieving and maintaining good air quality is an important issue.


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Your Home First Aid Kit - Ten Must HavesPosted on August 09, 2016

It’s a known fact that the majority of accidents occur at home, which is why every household must be equipped with a first aid kit complete with all of the essentials needed to handle life’s unexpected and unfortunate events.


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Top Five Ways To Ruin AntiquesPosted on July 19, 2016

An antique is a decorative object that is valuable because of its age.


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Maintenance Tips For Your HomePosted on July 12, 2016

Whether it’s spring, summer, fall or winter, it’s important to take the necessary steps to keep your home standing tall every day.


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How To Successfully Set Up A Freshwater AquariumPosted on June 21, 2016

An aquarium is designed to simulate a natural environment for freshwater life.


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Hanging Pictures 101Posted on June 14, 2016

A home is a place where we create precious memories with those that we love, which is why photos are a big part of what makes a house into a home.


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Unclutter Your Home In Ten Easy StepsPosted on May 17, 2016

Clutter, which is defined as things that lie about untidily, is often linked to creativity.


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Is A Pool Right For Your PropertyPosted on May 03, 2016

The cool refreshing look of water on a hot summer’s day can make any homeowner wish they had a pool in their backyard, but making the decision about whether a pool is right for your property is more complicated than buying an inflatable bed with a cup holder.


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Using Your Fireplace SafelyPosted on March 22, 2016

Using Your Fireplace Safely

A fireplace is a great feature in any home, and can create that warm, homey feeling on a cold winter evening that every homeowner dreams of.


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De-clutter Your KitchenPosted on March 15, 2016

Who hasn’t had a cupboard full of Tupperware come crashing down on their head?  And don’t we all have a drawer in our kitchen that holds every scrap of paper and useless knickknack we have ever owned?  While kitchen clutter may be a universal truth, it can also make using your kitchen a time consuming and frustrating task.


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Hot Tub Purchasing TipsPosted on February 16, 2016

Let’s face it, most of us have at some point thought about the luxury of spending relaxing and romantic evenings soaking in our very own hot tub.


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Tips On Saving Energy And Money At HomePosted on January 26, 2016

When you save on energy, you also save money.


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Childproofing Your HomePosted on December 29, 2015

When it comes to decorating your home, there’s a lot more to consider than simply coordinating your window treatments with your carpet.


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Tips To Make Your Move EasierPosted on December 22, 2015

Moving can be a stressful time, however, there are several things that you can do to make your move a smooth one.


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Give Your Front Porch A Style MakeoverPosted on October 20, 2015

Whether you are looking to sell your home or just think it’s time for a new look to improve your curb appeal, giving your front porch a makeover is an easy and inexpensive way to give your home’s exterior a fresh look.


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The Latest In Window TreatmentsPosted on September 15, 2015

Long gone are the days of plastic vertical blinds and grandma’s lacy curtains.


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Can A Bathroom Remodel Increase Your Home’s ValuePosted on August 11, 2015

When you are planning to sell your home, a bathroom remodel may be one of the best places to increase your home’s value.


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Home Security TipsPosted on August 04, 2015

Making sure that your home is secure should be a priority in your life not only because you want to protect what’s rightfully yours, but more specifically because it could be the most important thing that you do for your family and for yourself.


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How To Choose The Perfect GrillPosted on July 28, 2015

When choosing the perfect grill, it’s important to understand the different types and their functions, but also how each relates to your particular needs.


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How And When To Prune RosesPosted on July 07, 2015

To many, a rose is one of the most beautiful flowers in existence.


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Landscaping Design TipsPosted on June 30, 2015

As a homeowner, you can use a number of landscaping design tips to make your house look just as polished on the outside as it does on the inside.


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Getting Your Garden Ready For WinterPosted on June 16, 2015

The beauty and relaxation that your garden can provide you and your family is certainly worth all the work you put in each year.


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How To Care For Your LawnPosted on May 19, 2015

If you love your lawn, it’s only natural that you would want to give it the proper care to help give it a healthy appearance.


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Ways To Reduce Your Heating BillPosted on March 10, 2015

When the temperature outside begins to fall, our heating bills quickly start to rise.


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A Homeowner's ToolkitPosted on February 24, 2015

Whether you have just bought your first home or have been a homeowner for some time, chances are that at some point you will be faced with home repairs.


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Start A Kitchen Herb GardenPosted on February 17, 2015

There is nothing like fresh fruits and vegetables from your own garden to give your health and taste buds a treat.


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Build Your Own Deck - Choosing The Right MaterialsPosted on January 27, 2015

A backyard deck is a great way to not only improve the value of your home, but also make your outdoor living space more enjoyable for you and your family.


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Do-It-Yourself Pest Control TipsPosted on January 13, 2015

A pest is not just a word that’s used to describe an annoyance; in fact, it’s also the term given to a destructive animal that destroys crops, food and even livestock.


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The Best Ways To Reduce Your Water BillPosted on January 06, 2015

The Best Ways To Reduce Your Water Bill

Although a lot of the energy efficiency efforts tend to be focused on saving on electricity bills, you can also save a lot of money on your water bill and save water, too, with only a few simple steps.


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Tips On Setting Up Your Outdoor Music SystemPosted on December 16, 2014

If you are planning to entertain outdoors, then you may also be considering the addition of an outdoor music system to help complete your theme.


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Building A Home TheaterPosted on November 25, 2014

These days, a home theater is one of the most popular trends in the nation.


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Storage Solutions For Your Child’s ToysPosted on October 21, 2014

Storage Solutions For Your Child’s Toys

If you have children, you know how quickly they can accumulate toys and other items.


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Solar Lighting For Your YardPosted on October 14, 2014

Solar Lighting For Your Yard

One of the simplest, most economical and also eco-friendly ways to provide lighting in your yard is to use solar lights.


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Strategies To Reduce Dust In Your HomePosted on October 07, 2014

If you are like most people, dust is a part of life.


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Give Your Old Furniture New LifePosted on September 30, 2014

Give Your Old Furniture New Life

Old furniture doesn’t have to be put aside if the basic structure is still in good condition.


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Decorating Ideas For Girls' RoomsPosted on August 05, 2014

If you have a room that requires a feminine touch, don’t fret.


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Backyard Summer Entertainment IdeasPosted on July 29, 2014

When it comes to entertaining outdoors, there’s no place quite like your very own backyard.


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Decorating Ideas For Boys' RoomsPosted on July 22, 2014

If you have a room that requires a masculine touch, don’t fret.


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Swimming Pool Safety TipsPosted on July 22, 2014

Summer is a special time for having fun in the backyard pool, yet drowning is a leading cause of accidental death.


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Attracting Birds To Your BackyardPosted on July 22, 2014

Bird watching is a popular past time that is shared by many, but what if watching your fluttering friends was as simple as peeking into your backyard?  Thanks to a few landscaping techniques, you can trade in your binoculars for a lawn chair and enjoy bird watching from the convenience and comfort of your own home.


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Hot Decorating TipsPosted on July 22, 2014

Let’s face it.


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Financing Articles

How To Buy A Home With A Low Down PaymentPosted on April 11, 2017

Purchasing a home with a low down payment is important for a number of reasons, including the buyer’s ability to have extra cash left over for closing costs, decorating expenses, upgrades and/or other essentials needed to turn their new house into a home.


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Negotiating An Owner Financing PurchasePosted on March 28, 2017

Saving for a down payment can be a difficult and time-consuming task, but there are options for financing a home purchase other than saving or the traditional borrowing options.


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Recognizing Predatory Mortgage LendersPosted on February 07, 2017

A predator is defined as one that preys on others, which is why some lenders have fittingly earned the title as predatory mortgage lenders.


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All About Home Equity LoansPosted on January 24, 2017

All About Home Equity Loans

You have probably heard a lot about home equity loans if you have spent any time at all looking at home financing options.


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The Advantages Of Pre-ApprovalPosted on January 03, 2017

The decision to purchase a home can be an exciting but sometimes confusing undertaking.


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How Much House You Can AffordPosted on October 18, 2016

There are a number of factors that can contribute to the affordability of a house and, as a potential homebuyer, it’s important that you know what type of mortgage payments are within your budget.


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Why You Should Avoid Subprime LendersPosted on September 27, 2016

With the financial markets in crisis and the cost of homes plummeting, the subprime loan options that were responsible for this crash in the first place are becoming less common.


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FHA Loans - What They Are And Who QualifiesPosted on June 28, 2016

FHA Loans: What They Are And Who Qualifies

In your house hunting you may have come across a mention of FHA loans.


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Finding The Best Fit For Your MortgagePosted on May 31, 2016

If you are in the market for a new home, or are looking to refinance your mortgage, there are an ever increasing number of lending options that exist for you as a homeowner.


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Insurance And Property Taxes - Should You Add Them To Your Mortgage PaymentPosted on April 19, 2016

Insurance And Property Taxes: Should You Add Them To Your Mortgage Payment?

When you buy a home, the mortgage payment isn’t the only regular expense you will have to consider.


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Will You Qualify - What You Need To Get A MortgagePosted on March 29, 2016

If you are a first time homebuyer, navigating all the new information about homeownership, the home buying process, and mortgages can seem overwhelming.


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Understanding Interest RatesPosted on February 23, 2016

If you are in the market for a new home, or it is time to refinance your mortgage, there is no doubt you have been looking at the current interest rates.


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How Much Cash Will You Need To ClosePosted on December 08, 2015

How Much Cash Will You Need To Close?

For first time buyers, the amount of money that is needed to seal the deal can often come as a bit of a shock.


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Things You Need When Applying For A Home LoanPosted on December 01, 2015

Congratulations!  Now that you have found the perfect home, all that’s left is getting the perfect mortgage.


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Interest Only Loans - What You Should KnowPosted on October 13, 2015

Interest Only Loans: What You Should Know

Of the many different types of home loans out there, interest only loans are one of the more unusual types.


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A Reverse Mortgage - Is It Right For YouPosted on August 25, 2015

A reverse mortgage is a financial option available to seniors which allows them to free up some of the accumulated equity in their home.


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Can You Buy A Home With No Down PaymentPosted on July 21, 2015

Can You Buy A Home With No Down Payment?

Coming up with a down payment in today’s economy can be difficult.


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Paying Off Your Mortgage FasterPosted on April 28, 2015

Paying off your mortgage is one of the biggest financial goals of most homeowners, and retiring debt-free can certainly give your golden years a greater sense of financial freedom and stability.


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Shopping For The Best Home LoanPosted on April 21, 2015

Finding the perfect home is a task, but shopping for the best home loan can be even more tedious.


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Finding A Mortgage BrokerPosted on April 14, 2015

If you are in the market for a new home, or looking to refinance your existing mortgage, then you will want to consider the option of hiring a mortgage broker rather than an individual lender or lending institution.


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Fixed Mortgage Vs. Variable Rates - Which Is Right For YouPosted on March 24, 2015

With all the financial decisions that need to be made when purchasing a home, choosing the options that make the best sense for you can seem overwhelming.


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Understanding The Closing ProcessPosted on March 17, 2015

Once your loan is approved, you will be ready to take the final step that will lead to the door of your new home.


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Taking Advantage Of Low Interest Rates - Should You Refinance Your MortgagePosted on November 18, 2014

With mortgage rates on the lower side, the choice to cash in and refinance your mortgage may be tempting, but before you make that decision here are a few facts to help you decide if it is the best financial choice for you and your family.


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Calculating Your Monthly Mortgage PaymentsPosted on September 23, 2014

One of the most important factors to consider when buying a new home is affordability.


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Tips For Qualifying For A Better Interest RatePosted on September 16, 2014

Tips For Qualifying For a Better Interest Rate

When it comes to a home loan, the interest rate is a very important factor.


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Getting A Second MortgagePosted on August 26, 2014

Second mortgages are not as common as they once were, and getting one is not as easy as it used to be, but even with the recent financial pressures that many of us are facing in this economy, there are still a number of options that can allow you to get one.


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Holiday Articles

The Right Christmas Wreath For Your Front DoorPosted on June 06, 2017

Choosing the perfect tree is part of any holiday decorating tradition, but finding the right wreath for your front door can really finish off your holiday look and can be a beautiful and elegant addition to your exterior décor.


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A St. Patrick’s Menu That Your Guests Will EnjoyPosted on May 02, 2017

If you are throwing a St.


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Valentine’s Day Crafts For KidsPosted on March 14, 2017

Valentine’s Day Crafts For Kids

Valentine’s Day is all about love—and not just between couples!  Kids love to get in on the action, and creating fun Valentine’s crafts to share is a great way to let them have a good time and make something they can give to friends and family to show their love on this special day.


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Decorating For Christmas The Green Living WayPosted on February 14, 2017

Christmas is probably one of the easiest times of the year to use environmentally friendly decorating ideas, and given the more traditional decorating trends for the season and the ever increasing need for all of us to contribute to making the planet a greener place, it’s never been easier.


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Christmas Decorating IdeasPosted on January 31, 2017

Along with the Christmas festivities comes the desire to decorate your home with twinkling lights, wreaths, trees and even yard ornaments featuring the theme of the holidays.


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Memorial Day Picnic Menu IdeasPosted on January 17, 2017

Memorial Day is usually spent watching the latest blockbuster film, but it is also a great time of year to get outside and celebrate the nice weather.


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Easy Easter Decorating IdeasPosted on December 27, 2016

Easter is often left out when thinking of holiday decorating, but since it is also the beginning of the spring season it is a great time to freshen up your home and add some of the lively and vibrant colors of the season.


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Hanukkah Decorating IdeasPosted on November 22, 2016

Hanukkah is a very special time of year on the Jewish calendar.


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Create A Romantic Dining Room For Valentine’s DayPosted on November 01, 2016

With times being as tough as they are, finding the money to make a special Valentine’s Day for your sweetheart can be difficult.


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How To Host A Fun And Safe New Year’s PartyPosted on October 25, 2016

New Year’s is a great time to host a party for friends and family.


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Decorating For The Fourth Of July - Show Your Patriot PridePosted on June 07, 2016

Decorating for the Fourth of July is really a great and easy way to show your patriotic pride, and with our nation’s colors of red, white, and blue going so well together, it also couldn’t be easier.


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New Year's Eve Decorating IdeasPosted on May 24, 2016

On December 31 of every year, the world celebrates New Year’s Eve.


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Mother’s Day Brunch - Decoration And Menu IdeasPosted on February 09, 2016

Mother’s Day only comes around once a year, and since mom is there for us every day of the year, the least we can do is create a one-of-a-kind day to show her our thanks.


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Preparing Your Home For Holiday GuestsPosted on December 15, 2015

Preparing Your Home For Holiday Guests

It’s wonderful having friends and family at your home to share the holidays, but it can also be a lot of work.


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Planning The Perfect Memorial Day BarbequePosted on November 24, 2015

Planning The Perfect Memorial Day Barbeque

While the focus is often on the Fourth of July when it comes to backyard celebrations, Memorial Day is often a popular choice as well.


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St. Patrick's Day Ideas For Family FunPosted on November 17, 2015

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Ways To Thrill Mom On Mother's DayPosted on October 27, 2015

A mother is someone who looks after you, takes care of you when you are sick and is always there to show you just how much she loves you.


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Decorating For Thanksgiving Using The Bounty Of The SeasonPosted on October 06, 2015

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season, a time spent with family and friends.


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Thanksgiving Menu IdeasPosted on September 22, 2015

Thanksgiving is an annual national holiday commemorating a harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrim Fathers in 1621.


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Holiday Meal Ideas You Can Prepare Ahead Of TimePosted on July 14, 2015

Holiday Meal Ideas You Can Prepare Ahead Of Time

Preparing large holiday meals for a crowd is time consuming and a lot of work, too.


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Planning A Fun Fourth Of July Block PartyPosted on May 12, 2015

Independence Day is a great opportunity to get your neighborhood together to celebrate our great nation, and what could be more American than the block party!  It is a great and inexpensive way to get to know your neighbors and add a more traditional community feel to your street.


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Fabulous Homemade Halloween CostumesPosted on February 03, 2015

Fabulous Homemade Halloween Costumes

Halloween is the time of year when you can dress up as just about anything you want to be.


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Planning The Perfect Easter Egg HuntPosted on January 20, 2015

Planning The Perfect Easter Egg Hunt

Searching for hidden treasures and tasty sweets is the biggest part of Easter for young children.


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Host A Chinese New Years’ PartyPosted on October 28, 2014

The traditional Chinese New Year is becoming more and more a celebrated festival around the world, and it is a really great way to celebrate Chinese culture or just have fun with friends and family.


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Father's Day Gift Giving Ideas He'll LovePosted on September 09, 2014

Every June, we celebrate our love for dad with Father’s Day and, although we don’t always know exactly what gift to give that could possibly express our gratitude, it is possible to get him something that he will love.


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Tips For The Perfect TurkeyPosted on September 02, 2014

Whether it is Thanksgiving or Christmas, a small family gathering or a huge party, cooking the perfect turkey for the holidays is every chef’s goal.


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How To Make The Fourth Of July Fun For KidsPosted on August 19, 2014

Every year, the Fourth of July holiday honors the birth of our nation.


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A Mother’s Day Menu Your Kids Can PreparePosted on July 22, 2014

A Mother’s Day Menu Your Kids Can Prepare

Mother’s Day is the perfect time for your children to show their love and appreciation for everything Mom does by preparing her a simple but delicious meal she will really appreciate.


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