Simple Water-Saving Bathroom Upgrades
Read about the three simple bathroom upgrades that have a positive impact on your wallet and the world.
Guest post by Katy Caballeros
Between the toilet, shower, and sink, your bathroom accounts for nearly 60% of your home’s water usage. With water scarcity estimated to affect 2/3 for the global population by 2025, water costs are bound increase. Make a water-saving change and an investment in the future, without sacrificing performance. Re... read more
Buying a house is probably the single largest investment you’ll ever make, and you want to ensure you get the best value for your hard-earned dollar. That’s why more and more home buyers today are turning to professional Home Inspection experts. A professional Home Inspector takes a close look beneath a house’s surface, and then prepares a detailed written report for the prospective buyer on such things as the condition of the foundation, electrical service, roof, insul... read more
What is a Property Survey and Why You Should Get One Before Buying a House
There are several benefits to getting a property survey before buying your first home. Find out all the information you need to know, and how you can get a property survey done today!
When buying a home, the last thing you want is a surprise. Most people worry about leaky roofs or rusty boilers. But there may be property issues that can come to light and cost you a lot of money if you’re not careful.
One way to avoid get... read more
Starting Fresh: How to Buy a New Home Construction
Personalization, customization, fewer repairs, and less maintenance are just some of the benefits of buying a newly built home. Find out how you can buy a new home construction today!
What could be more exciting than living in a brand new home? The blank slate can be thrilling: living in a place no one has lived before, a home with fresh paint, untouched carpets, and even fresh grass that no one has trodden!
While most of the homes bought and s... read more
House Settling: Should You Worry?
House settling can be a new home simply getting used to its place, or it can be the sign of a serious issue with the home. Signs that a house is in bad condition include large cracks in the foundation and uneven floors.
House settling occurs when your house is getting used to life in its new location. Typically, a new house settles during its first three years of existence. House settling shouldn’t cause major issues — just cosmetic ones, such as a thin c... read more