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8 Interior Design Trends That Are So Over In 2019

December 6, 2018

Your home’s got style—and boy, did you work to achieve it. You followed design blogs, pored over Pinterest boards, and chose accent pieces and colors to add just the right note. That is, you did five years ago. Or 10. But guess what? Style isn’t static, and your home decor shouldn’t be, either. Even the […]


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Should You Buy or Rent a House?

November 28, 2018

Your decision to buy or rent a home should be based on your financial well-being, not the housing market. The scenario: Your landlord keeps hiking up your rent, and you’re tired of reworking your budget to accommodate the other areas of your life—or worse, searching for a new rental. You want to invest in a house, […]


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Forget Black Friday: This Is the Best Day of the Year to Buy a Home

November 21, 2018

Home buyers looking for a sweet holiday deal should forget about Black Friday, researchers say. Their bank accounts will be better off if they wait until Dec. 26 instead. Yes, after-Christmas sales aren’t just good for scooping up discounted cashmere sweaters and kids’ toys. Buyers who close on Dec. 26 are likely to spend a median […]


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6 Holiday House Fire Hazards That You Definitely Want to Avoid

November 14, 2018

The holidays may be billed as the most wonderful time of the year, but they’re also a prime time for unexpected dangers—like house fires. Everything from that deep-fried turkey to your Christmas lights to fried Hanukkah doughnuts can spark a blaze, so in an effort to keep your festivities from taking a dark turn, here […]


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What’s the Difference Between a Short Sale and a Foreclosure?

November 7, 2018

They can both result in great deals, but foreclosures and short sales are different. Foreclosures and short sales may seem very similar, and they do have some basic things in common. They both tend to happen when a property owner had or is having financial issues. But they have important differences that can make a […]


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Home Buying Checklist: Your Needs and Wants

October 31, 2018

Looking for a new home can often seem overwhelming, but we can help sort the details. There are so many things to consider when buying a home that you can quickly get caught up in a million tiny details and lose track of what’s most important. Remember key differences between wants and needs. As with many situations […]


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DIY or Hire a Pro? Here’s How to Decide

October 24, 2018

Some home projects are easy to DIY. Others? Not so much. Inviting contractors into your home for renovations can be a costly endeavor and can also involve its share of inconveniences. Most homeowners dread the thought of having to navigate around work crews for weeks or months at a stretch. So it’s not surprising that […]


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5 Home Projects You Should Tackle Before You List Your House

October 17, 2018

Your home is a major investment, and it’s something that you want to get the most from when you move on. Don’t let minor flaws get in the way of your profits. Something as simple as picking up toys in the yard or clearing away your collection of soda bottles can make a major difference […]


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6 Home Renovation Myths to Stop Believing Before You Botch Things Up

October 10, 2018

Where do home renovation myths start? Maybe in the aisles of your local hardware store or parking lot of the lumber yard. They get traded back and forth and whispered to people who may actually believe the tall tales—until they find themselves sitting under a pile of splintered wood and drywall dust. To spare you from […]


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Tips to Recover When You Lose Out on a Home

October 3, 2018

Losing out on a home you wanted stings, but these tips help you react in the right way. It’s easy to get emotionally attached to a home before you even own it. In fact, that’s a key component of successful real estate sales—the agent needs you to envision your family in the home, and to […]


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