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4 Tried and True Downsizing Tips for Your Next Move

For many people, the prospect of downsizing from a larger home to a smaller one can be quite the challenge. Sorting through possessions takes time. It can be emotionally taxing. It can be liberating. “Click here to read.”

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4 Tips for Keeping Your Rental Property Secure

Burglaries are a concern for all home owners, but for landlords, they are an even bigger risk. Households living in rental properties experience burglaries at a higher rate than other households, Department of Justice statistics show. “Click here to read full article.”

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5 Ways to Save Money and Energy This Summer

Home improvements may improve the value of your home, but they often cost you a lot more. What if you could improve your home and save money at the same time? Summer is one of the best times of year … Continue reading

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Critiquing The 15-Year Home Loan

Question. I bought my first home in the early 2000s when interest rates were much higher then now, and got a fixed, 30 year loan for 6.25 percent. This is a small condominium unit. I am 50 years old and … Continue reading

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A Heartfelt Way to Say Hello to Your New Neighbors

Don’t worry about a perfect presentation – a heartfelt note and a simple treat create a wonderful welcome to the neighborhood. “Click here to read.”

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When It Comes To Disclosures, How Much Do You Really Have To Tell?

You call her Gladys. For the six years you lived in your charming little 1909 Craftsman home on your charming little 1909 street….”Click here to read.”

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5 Tips to Clean and Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Summer

Making it through the summer without a working air conditioning system isn’t feasible in some parts of the country. Even if you live in a temperate climate, your AC system will make you and your family much more comfortable at … Continue reading

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Clever Ways To Give Your Small Bathroom Some Pop And Make It Look Larger

Small bathroom? It doesn’t have to be short on style. And it doesn’t have to feel like a cave either. Many of the same tips for creating a standout space will also help to make it feel bigger. Click HERE … Continue reading

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The Affordability Squeeze

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Homeowners Voice a Shifting Sense of Home Value in New Study

Respondents in Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ Inaugural Homeowner Sentiment Survey said home value transcends price, location in new age of real estate; Millennials seem willing to sink roots. Click here to read article.

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