Toss These 5 Things Before You Move For a Fresh New Start
While you’re packing, consider throwing out these household items and give yourself a fresh start in your new home.
Houzz Contributor, Aly Finkelstein
It’s a great feeling to walk into your new home and know you have a blank space to work with. But making sure your new home stays this fresh, clean and exciting is much harder. Here are five things to consider throwing away before your next move.
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The Good and the Bad of DIY Lawn Care
When you have your own home and are responsible for your lawn care, should you do it yourself?
Guest post by Jackie Greene
When you have your own home and are responsible for your lawn care, should you do it yourself? There are two sides to DIY, good and bad. On the bad side first, if you don’t know what you’re doing, there can be consequences. But you could consider it as a learning experience too, and it will save you money.
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HOA Fees: What You Need to Know Before Buying a Home
Homeowners’ Association Fees (HOA fees) are charged in many communities, yet they cover a wide range of costs.
JENNIFER A. DIGIOVANNI
Homeowners association Fees (HOA fees) are charged in many communities, yet they are not a uniform type of expense. Monthly dues charged by homeowners associations cover a wide range of different expenses, which varies from community to community. If you are curious about the homeowners association in a particular com... read more
7 Secrets to Selling: Tips from Real Estate Insiders
Coldwell Banker Real Estate professionals weigh in on what you need to know when navigating the real estate process.
Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. And if you’re selling for the first time, there’s so much you need to know, it can often be overwhelming. To uncover some of the insider secrets, we turned to Coldwell Banker Real Estateprofessionals to weigh in on what you need to know... read more
5 Things That Might Make Your Home Insurance Null and Void
Home insurance is essential, regardless of your house’s size or location. However, even if you have homeowners coverage in place, there are many reasons why your home insurance policy may become null and void. Here are a few to watch out for.
Guest post by Ryan Hanley
Home insurance is essential, regardless of your house’s size or location. However, even if you have homeowners coverage in place, there are many reasons why your hom... read more