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How to Make More Space in Your House (Without Moving)

January 9, 2020

Growing families need growing spaces. But do you really have to move out and upsize every time your family expands? Is it possible to stay put and make the most out of the space you currently have? It may be more practical than you realize – and we’re going to show you how.

A Landlord’s Guide to Dealing With Water Damage

December 31, 2019

Water damage…the words alone are enough to make any homeowner shudder with fear. But if you own rental properties, you’re going to eventually face a situation where you have to deal with water damage. What do you do? Who is responsible? Where do your renters go? Questions like these abound – so make sure have… [Read More]

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How to Find Cheap Houses for Sale

November 18, 2019

Some impressive events have happened in the housing market over the last seven or eight years. Many homeowners have seen their property dramatically increase in value.

8 Reasons You Probably Aren’t Cut Out to Buy a Fixer-Upper

September 18, 2019

If you binge-watch enough 30-minute TV episodes, or spend a substantial amount of time scrolling through Pinterest boards, you might eventually be tempted to buy a fixer-upper for your next home.

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7 Tricks for Saving Big on a House Flip Project

November 5, 2018

When you see a video presentation about a house flip on TV, it looks simple. Of course something inevitably goes wrong in the middle of the episode for dramatic effect, but the homeowners overcome every misfortune somehow and turn a major profit.

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8 Tips and Lessons for a Successful Home Renovation Demolition

August 20, 2018

If you’ve spent time watching HGTV or DIY Network, then you’re familiar with remodeling demolitions. In the Hollywood version, contractors grab sledgehammers and start ripping through drywall and cabinets. You’ll get an opportunity to put a sledgehammer through drywall in your own demolition, but the process isn’t quite as simple or careless as it looks.

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5 DIY Projects Every Homeowner Can Do (and 3 You Should Avoid)

May 30, 2018

When you’re a property owner, little odd jobs constantly pop up that you either have to handle out of necessity, or feel you should tackle in order to make some facet of your place more functional or aesthetically pleasing. If you don’t have a lot of experience or know many handy skills, however, deciding which… [Read More]

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6 Tips for a Cost-Effective Bathroom Remodel

January 4, 2018

Whether you’re simply looking to upgrade your home for your own personal reasons, or you want to increase your home’s value for putting it on the market, a master bathroom remodel is one of the more popular home renovation projects. It also happens to be one of the more cost-effective, as long as you have… [Read More]

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Which Rental Home Renovations Are Worth Making?

October 26, 2017

As the owner of a property, you’ll be fully in charge of its renovations—which means you’ll be the one to spend the time and money making the renovations, and the one earning the benefits from them. If you want to maximize the profitability of your property (and limit your risks in the process), you’ll need… [Read More]

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6 Things to Think About When You Add Onto Your Home

June 6, 2017

Now that the economy has recovered and the housing market has returned to levels that it achieved in the months leading up to the last recession, we’re seeing a lot of people investing more money into their home.