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Five Ways to Keep Up with the Joneses Where First Impressions are Concerned

Five Ways to Keep Up with the Joneses Where First Impressions are Concerned Yes, the old saying about keeping up with the Joneses is not always frowned upon – especially when it comes to curb appeal when selling your Charlotte home! Another old...

Buyers Beware! You Could be THE USUAL SUSPECTS!

Buyers Beware!  You Could be THE USUAL SUSPECTS! With the incredibly hot summer we’re having, it seems that at least once a week we hear of someone having lost their AC.  NOW is certainly not the time that you want your AC to go out – even...

The Benefits Of Being A Property Guardian

Recent statistics gathered from the Government’s English Housing Survey highlight the fact that private renters in London are now outnumbering homeowners for the first time in over a decade. With 898,000 households living in rented accommodation in...
by Moving to London on Jun 24, 2016

Homeowners Insurance Policy for Home Insurance Cost

Homeowners insurance can be described has a package policy meant for homeowners that covers both damage to their property and the liability or legal responsibility for any injuries and property damage the owner of the house or any members of the fami...
by News24Media on Jun 2, 2016

8 Ways to Improve Your Home’s List Price

The Consumer Reports March 2016 magazine featured an article highlighting eight ways to improve your home’s list price by up to 35%.  If you are interested in selling your house, these are some great guidelines to use to get your home ready!  W...
by Hip Hoods on Apr 29, 2016

Quartz vs Granite

Quartz vs Granite    For the past decade or two, granite has been all the rage.  It doesn’t matter if the home has a value of $50,000 or $500,000; everyone needed to have granite.  Granite was originally looked at as a status symbol that...
by Hip Hoods on Apr 23, 2016

Saving Money on Homeowners Insurance

Homeowners Insurance No doubt, it is necessary for most people to have homeowners insurance. Having a mortgage it will be The post Saving Money on Homeowners Insurance appeared first on Practical blog guide about finding financial advisor, personal f...
by Financial Advisor Stuff on Apr 15, 2016

8 Home Improvement Financing Choices

Improving your property? Nail down how you’ll cash first. You’ll likely pay a single of eight ways: American homeowners in 2012 spent read more about do it yourself projects compared to... Visit my Website for full links: www.androidsmar...
by Androidsmarttech Blog on Apr 15, 2016

Five Tips for Finding Your First Home

Shopping for your first home can be the most exciting yet daunting task of your life. Going into what could be the most expensive investment without any experience can give pause to any First Time Home buyer. To help you calm your First Time Home Buy...
by Hip Hoods on Apr 5, 2016

Debt? It's Good To Be A Country!

Unlike consumers who are forced into bankruptcy and/or lose a home when they can no longer make the mortgage payments, countries have a much different system!They simply issue more debt!In the article, 'The 17 Countries With The Largest Debt-To-...
by The Political Commentator on Apr 4, 2016

The Definition of the Perfect Lawn and its Importance

Whether you are prepping your lawn for an upcoming open house or simply trying to engage potential buyers better, the information herein is sure to come in handy. Realtors claim that a well-maintained lawn adds significantly to your real estate value...
by Hip Hoods on Mar 21, 2016

Homeowners Yearly Checklist

As a homeowner, I feel a sense of responsibility to keep my home properly maintained to avoid any major fiascos in the future. Regularly checking my roof for loose or missing shingles, doing a major deep cleaning, and cleaning out the vents are all t...
by Our Holly Days on Jan 15, 2016

The New LG Studio Collection at Best Buy (and Meeting Chef Kevin Gillespie)

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by Crazy Adventures in Parenting on Oct 31, 2015

Tax Tricks For Homeowners

Demographics changes, relocating and the recession have led to the buying and selling of many homes across the United States. Selling your home can be difficult, but many people pass up their opportunity to use what they make on the house in the best...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Oct 28, 2015

Government Grants for Homeowners with Mold

I bet there’s nobody like having mold in their house. Over the time, the mold can really ruin the building, especially if a large part of it is built out of wood. Getting rid of it can be quite costly, especially i...
by Start Grants on Sep 13, 2015

Government Credit Modification Loan – The Checklist to Apply

US Goverments is now providing a loan for homeowners who has problem with payment dates. This loan is called Home Affordable Modification and is ready to use with $75 million of our tax money.  When you are facing a financial problem and cannot make...
by Creditcardbenefits.ca on Aug 30, 2015

What’s In It for You, Neighbor?

Neighbor’s Home Upkeep Can and WILL Affect Your Home’s Value.  What’s In It for You, Neighbor? Recently, I’ve written a couple of articles to better assist Charlotte home buyers with regards to doing due diligence on neighb...

10 Types of Insurance You Either Need or Should Strongly Consider

Not many people enjoy insurance shopping. Insurance policies use legal jargon that often makes the contract hard to understand. Sometimes the end goal doesn’t seem to be worth the effort. After all, why would you buy a policy if you can̵...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 30, 2015

What is A Secured Homeowners Loan?

A Secured Homeowners Loan from £3,000 to £100,000 could be the right option if you’re looking to borrow, whether you need a loan to finance home improvements. Mostly peoples searching a secured homeowners loan for a low interest home improv...

The Homeowner’s Dilemma: To Rent or To Sell?

To rent or to sell? Many property owners sometimes find themselves in this dilemma when they have a second home or property that they don’t live in or use, but also are not ready to sell. But before the time comes to answer that question, property...
by The Sociable Lawyer on Jul 16, 2015


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