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7 Ways to Make an Older, Dated Home Look Modern

May 7, 2018

As the saying goes, “The only constant is change.” This maxim definitely holds true in the arena of real estate and home design. Interior design and architectural trends come and go fairly swiftly, which can leave your home looking outdated in a depressingly short time. Fortunately, modernizing a dated-looking structure doesn’t have to be expensive… [Read More]

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9 Things to Budget for When You Shop for a New Home

May 4, 2018

A lot of different factors go into the purchase of a home. They include location, style, square footage, school zoning, and neighborhoods. But the most important facet of the home search — and of home ownership in general — is the financial aspect. When you’re buying a house, you need to be ready to meet… [Read More]

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The 10 Most Common Legal Mistakes New Landlords Make

May 2, 2018

Becoming a landlord is exciting; you’ll have an opportunity to make significant income, month after month, with a minimal investment of time and effort. But remember, landlords have legal responsibilities to their tenants, and if you fail in any of those responsibilities, you could be held liable for the resulting costs or damages.