Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Home Of Your Own: How To Finance Your First Home

The decision to buy your first home is easily the most stressful and equally the most exciting financial decision you’ll make in your life. From semi-detached to row houses, bungalow to condo, the possibilities are endless and can keep you up at night. Read More

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Should You Renovated Before You Sell?

You’ve outgrown your home and it’s time to move on. It’s in pretty good shape, but they say a few quick fixes here and there can add zeros to the end of your asking price, but is renovating before you sell really worth Read More

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Pool School: Tips & Rules For Pool Safety

A backyard pool is on everyone’s wish list – who doesn’t love the idea of a refreshing dip on a hot summer day? But while a pool can make a party, it can cost you in the long run. This is going to Read More

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Weird Things That Devalue Your Home

When you are selling your home, the price you set is based on more than square footage and whether you have original hardwood floors or laminate. You may think your home is ideal, but there are a few strange factors that can drive Read More

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Choosing The Right Neighborhood For You

The right home is more than just a building to house your furniture and family, it’s also the neighborhood surrounding you. The house may be the perfect fit, but if your neighbors are annoying, there’s a loud and noisy highway running past your Read More

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