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By Donna DeLauro You hear it’s a seller’s market so selling your home should be easy right? Why should you hire a realtor when the market is so hot? Surely you can sell it yourself and … more
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners suddenly found themselves in need of more usable square footage in their homes. Required to work from home due to social distancing … more
A well-manicured lawn adds undeniable curb appeal to a property. Homeowners who take pride in their lawns should know that they can take that pride all the way to the bank, as investing in a pristine … more
For best results, start with contacting a professional support team for financing and a reliable realtor for a plan to successfully reach your specific goals more
Mother Nature can be harsh on a lawn, and it’s up to homeowners to nurse their lawns back to health after they endure the elements. That’s often the case when winter ends and homeowners … more
Bank of America says a home equity line of credit, often referred to as a HELOC, is a line of credit secured by your home. It is a revolving credit line that can be used for various expenses. The … more
The American Red Cross and the Canadian Red Cross help communities in their own countries and across the globe every day. The Red Cross is perhaps most visible in the aftermath of natural disasters. … more
As we’ve started settling into 2022, we seem to be continuing with the same lack of inventory as 2021 in residential real estate. At the time I’m writing this article there are … more
StatePoint Thinking about using wallpaper to transform your walls from drab to fab? You’re in good company. Wallpaper’s popularity is on the rise in both residential and commercial … more
Safety might not be the first thing people think of as the holiday season approaches. Faith, celebrations, decorations, and holiday dinners all come to mind when considering the holiday season. But … more
As we come to an end of 2021, we can look back on this year as being an unusual one, to say the least. A year of transition, perhaps trying to recover from 2020, a year that changed our way of life … more
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