10 Home Renovations You Can Do Yourself

Home improvement is one of the important prerequisites to managing a productive lifestyle for your entire household. Doing DIY home renovations the right way contributes to making life easier on an everyday basis.

Planning Home Renovations This Fall? Avoid Costly Blunders

Fall is a popular time for home renovations, as many of us want to get our homes ready for the onset of winter. The market for home renovations is worth around $52 billion and an article in aol.com points out it grew by 3.8% between 2009 and 2014. What’s important to remember is that some

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Properly Planning Your Real Estate Future

While it certainly varies significantly by individuals, the average number of homes that people purchase during their lifetime averages around six. Some people plan their real estate future and others just go with the flow. Financially, you’ll be better of planning your real estate future. There are two key areas you want to look at

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Why You Should Have a Mold Inspection Before Buying a Home

Mold can hide behind baseboards, beneath carpet and under a new paint job. Mold spores can not hide from a mold detection device that tests the concentration of spores in the air. Since extensive mold in a home can make it virtually unlivable, paying for a specialized mold inspection can potentially save you thousands of dollars and your health.

Making a Wise Investment Improvement

Owning investment property can be a trying experience. Whether or not you make a profit has a lot to do with the decisions you make, such as how much rent to charge, when to make big additions or renovations, etc. Also knowing what renovations to make can help you to maximize your revenue.

Buyers Want a Home That is Ready to Live In Right Away

Is a little of the old elbow grease needed to sell a home? Maybe so, at least according to a recent survey, which shows that selling a home “as is” can be a big turn off for buyers. The study by Coldwell Banker found that 87% of first-timers don’t want to put in a lot

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