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5 Super Summer Decorating Ideas To Spruce Up Your Home

June 11, 2013

When you’re preparing your home for sale, you want it to look as warm and inviting as possible. If you’re selling during the summer, you’re in luck, because the weather is on your side. July and August are naturally the warmest months, so adding some seasonal flair to your decór can clench the deal for […]

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HOA’s: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

June 07, 2013

Homeowners Associations  (HOA) emerged in the US in the mid-19th century. However, it wasn’t until the 1960’s and 1970’s that they exploded in popularity. Today, an estimated 62 million Americans live in communities governed by Homeowner Associations with an estimated 8,000 new communities formed each year. With so many homes and condo’s subject to HOA’s, […]

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Is Paying Your Mortgage Off Early a Good Idea?

May 10, 2013

Thinking of paying off your mortgage over the next 30 years of your life can seem like a debt that is owed for an eternity. Indeed, 30 years is likely the lengthiest debt you will ever take on as a responsible adult. While paying off any long-term debt early can always be considered a benefit, […]

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Homebuyer Boot Camp 101

May 09, 2013

So you’re ready to take the leap and buy your first home, but are feeling overwhelmed by the sheer gravity of making such a big purchase decision. From obtaining the mortgage to choosing the real estate agent and from making an offer to finally settling, the process can be complicated. Sometimes it can be downright […]

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For Sale By Owner: The Pros and Cons of Going it Alone

May 08, 2013

It’s the first major decision you’ll have to make as a home seller: hire a realtor or go it alone? The benefits and detriments on both sides are many, and whole industries have been built around each choice, which complicates the decision-making process. To help you decide whether selling your home yourself is right for […]

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DIY Wall Art Ideas for Your Home

May 07, 2013

Ideally, the art on your walls should change with your age. Kids hang up craft projects from school; teenagers pin up photos and magazine collages; and college students rely on posters to decorate their spaces. Wall art can define you, and it can make or break the ambience of a new home. It can also […]

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Signs Your Neighborhood Caught the Housing Recovery Bug

May 06, 2013

Reports of inventory shortages and double-digit price increases are cropping up in many markets across the United States. This is particularly prevalent in markets that were hit hardest during the housing downturn, as the market corrects an overcorrection that occurred in 2007-2008. California, Las Vegas, and Detroit have all been experiencing a hot housing market […]

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