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8 Quick Fixes You Can Make When Buying a House

8 Quick Fixes You Can Make When Buying a House

December 19, 2019

Buying a house – whether it’s your “forever home” or a house you’ll only be in for a couple of years – is a big deal. Any time you put down such a large amount of money and attach your name to debt, you want to make sure it’s perfect. The problem is that homes… [Read More]

Tiny Rooms in Your Income Property

Tiny Rooms in Your Income Property? Here’s How to Make Them Look Bigger

June 14, 2019

It’s hard to convince potential tenants that bigger isn’t always better. The average tenant wants more space for the price, even if it means a little extra upkeep on their part. If you have a rental with very small rooms, it can drive tenants away. You might have a difficult time filling vacancies and retaining… [Read More]

8 Weekend Projects Any Homeowner Can Tackle

8 Weekend Projects Any Homeowner Can Tackle

October 29, 2018

One of the joys (or curses) of home ownership is that you’re in charge of virtually everything that happens on your property. While your HOA may limit you in changes that can be made to the exterior of your house, just about anything in the privacy of your house can be tweaked and optimized according… [Read More]

How to Organize 3 Problem Areas in Your Home

How to Organize 3 Problem Areas in Your Home

October 19, 2018

Your home, if anything like the average, contains hundreds of thousands of individual items and possessions. While you may like to think your “crap” is all useful and systematically organized, the reality is that it’s a mess. Very few items have a permanent resting place, and most of the stuff you own is pretty useless…. [Read More]

7 Things to Think About When Designing a Home

August 10, 2018

Building a house is a huge responsibility that comes with lots of pressure and decisions. While you have a team of people to handle the intricacies of the process – including an architect and builder – you have to think about the big picture and designing. The more strategically you think about your home’s design… [Read More]

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7 Signs It’s Time to Remodel Your House

April 2, 2018

While we all love to watch those HGTV shows with starry-eyed couples bashing through walls and ripping out dated appliances in order to breathe new life into horrendous-looking homes, the infatuation with home remodels stops there for most of us. We’d rather not deal with the time, money, and mess that a remodel requires. But… [Read More]

8 Tips for Building Your First Home

8 Tips for Building Your First Home

March 30, 2018

If you’ve never gone through the process of building a home before, then you’re about to experience a whirlwind of emotions. From excitement and anticipation to stress and anxiety, you’re going to feel pushed and pulled in a variety of directions at some point. Don’t let this scare you away, though. When the process comes… [Read More]

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20 Breathtaking Ideas to Boost Your Curb Appeal

November 29, 2016

Whether you’re selling your house or hoping to attract a tenant, curb appeal is an essential sales tactic to consider. Curb appeal is another word for that first impression. The exterior of your home is the first thing potential buyers will see, whether it’s online or in person. And because it’s the first impression, it… [Read More]

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11 Green Home Construction Methods Home Builders Should Consider

October 20, 2016

Whether or not you believe in climate change, global warming, and other temperature implications that come from the daily acts of mankind, sustainable construction is a big trend that should be considered when you build a brand new home. According to scientists, these issues are accelerating rapidly, and the construction industry has a huge part… [Read More]

What a First-Time Buyer Should Look for in a Starter Home

What a First-Time Buyer Should Look for in a Starter Home

May 31, 2016

If you’re in the market to buy a home for the first time, everything about the process is new, obviously. From getting pre-approved and finding a real estate agent to reviewing the listings and making an offer, very little about the process is apt to be familiar.