Tips for Millennials Who Want to Invest in Real Estate

September 25, 2017

Tips for Millennials Who Want to Invest in Real Estate Written by Yanni Raz on May 9, 2017      Image via iStock There are a variety of ways that millennials can start investing in real estate and many young people are taking different routes depending on their job situation, financial history, credit score, etc. However, there are […]

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Solving the Ultimate Small Space Dilemmas

September 18, 2017

“Where Should I Keep My…?”: Solving the Ultimate Small Space Dilemmas BY SHEILA CAIN ON 16 AUG 2017 YOUR HOME Squeeze every last bit of storage space out of your dwelling, no matter its size. When you’re renting, square footage is something to be savored, not squandered. It’s hard enough finding a home for your everyday must-haves, let […]

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6 Tips for Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home

September 11, 2017

6 Tips for Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home By: G. M. Filisko Published: February 10, 2010 Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don’t let the best slip through your fingers. You’ve worked hard to get your home ready for sale and to price it properly. With any luck, offers will come […]

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Here Are 11 Ways To Lower Your Water Bill

September 4, 2017

Water Bill Drowning You? Here Are 11 Ways to Lower It Written by Credit.com on April 18, 2017      While utilities like internet and cable TV may seem like obvious targets, your water bill can also run much higher than necessary. Missing water bill payments could eventually hurt your credit. While most utilities don’t report on-time payments to the […]

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5 Home Staging Tips From an Expert Flipper

August 28, 2017

5 Home Staging Tips From an Expert Flipper BY CHRISTINA EL MOUSSA ON 1 AUG 2017 You flipped it — now it’s time to sell it. Follow these five expert tricks for a quick, full-offer sale. You updated the plumbing, refinished the flooring, painted the walls. In short, your home renovation is finally finished, and you’re ready to […]

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7 Tips for Improving Your Credit

August 21, 2017

7 Tips for Improving Your Credit By: G. M. Filisko Published: February 25, 2010 Here’s how to clean up your credit so you get the least-expensive home loan possible. Getting the loan that suits your situation at the best possible price and terms makes homebuying easier and more affordable. Here are seven ways to boost your […]

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9 Gorgeous Drought-Resistant Plants

August 10, 2017

These dainty drinkers add all kinds of pretty to your curb appeal. Reposted with Permission. Houselogic.com   by John Riha   This is perfect if you’re the type who forgets to water the plants (no judgment) or if you’ve got water restrictions in your area. Plants that thrive in low-water conditions — and instantly upgrade […]

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Built in 1638, the Oldest Log Cabin in the U.S. Is for Sale in New Jersey

July 15, 2017

realtor.com/news/unique-homes  Reposted with permission.  By Claudine Zap | Jul 14, 2017 realtor.com Eighteen years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, a simple log cabin was built 350 miles to the south, near the Delaware River, in what’s now New Jersey. Now the Nothnagle Log Home in Gibbstown, NJ, is on the market for $2.9 million. The property includes a 352-square-foot log cabin built […]

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Finance: How Do Mortgages Work? What You Need to Know About the Home Loan Process

June 26, 2017

Reposted with permission 25 June 2017.  By Julie Ryan Evans | Jun 13, 2017  realtor.com/news  gerenme/iStock Mortgages might be one of the most essential and common parts of the home-buying experience, but they’re also one of the most misunderstood. Whether you’re on the search for your first home or just need some clarification, here’s how mortgages work—and […]

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Honoring Their Sacrifice: Disabled Veterans Receive New Homes

June 18, 2017

Reposted with permission on June 18, 2017 By Christine Romero | May 29, 2017  realtor.com Homes For Our Troops Nearly six years ago, Army Sgt. Nicholas Mendes was instantly paralyzed from the neck down, when an improvised exploding device went off below his vehicle in Afghanistan. The explosion caused multiple fractures in his vertebrae. But after […]

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