Tag Archives: Homeownership

City Or Suburbs: Where Should You Buy A Home?

Getting ready to buy your first home? You’re probably caught in that age-old dilemma of whether to buy in the city or move to the suburbs. There are plenty of reports out there that detail how millennials want to stay … Continue reading

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5 Home Upgrades For Your Vacation Rental Space

Vacation rentals are experiencing a surge of popularity as websites like VRBO and Airbnb make them more accessible. Guests can find a place that fits their budget, location and accommodation needs. Hosts can easily list their property. The real challenge … Continue reading

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Building an Emergency Fund to Cover Unexpected Home Repairs

With homeownership comes new responsibilities, including repair and maintenance expenses. Sooner or later, you’ll encounter a leaky faucet or a blown circuit breaker and quickly learn that keeping your household up and running is no longer as simple as a … Continue reading

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Buyers Want Bigger Yards Over Bigger Homes

A property that offers a great outdoor space is taking a higher priority among home buyers. In fact, home shoppers recently surveyed said they would be willing to sacrifice some space from a larger house in order to get a … Continue reading

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What to Do With That Spare Wall In The Kitchen

Does your kitchen have a wall or a nook that’s too far away from the action to be part of the work zones but could be perfect for something? The question always is what. These designers have made the most … Continue reading

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Japandi Style: Embracing Minimalist Beauty and Nature in Home Décor

It’s been known that those who long for simplicity in living space look towards Japanese culture and design for inspiration, but there are also those who admire Scandinavian functionality above all. Seemingly opposite, these two trends somehow merged together and … Continue reading

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Top Cities for Millennials

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8 Ways to Make Your Backyard a Summer Paradise

Summer is the season to be outdoors. It’s the perfect time for backyard barbecues, neighborhood socials, and late-night evenings on the patio. You don’t need to travel to a luxurious and exotic location to enjoy spending time outdoors. Make your … Continue reading

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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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Probate Home Sales Have Their Own Special Rules

Frequently the real estate that had been owned by a person now deceased is made available for sale through a procedure commonly known as a “probate sale.” When this happens a somewhat complex set of rules comes into play, especially, … Continue reading

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