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Pantry Organization for Preppers

Pantry Organization for Preppers

With more people staying at home and avoiding crowds, a lot of homeowners are turning to home prepping as a way to cut back on trips to the store and avoid shortages. Unfortunately, many people find themselves overwhelmed. Sometimes it’s hard to know exactly what to stock up on. And once the pantry is fully… Read more »

11 Reasons Why Your Home Isn’t Selling

11 Reasons Why Your Home Isn’t Selling

When you first put your house on the market, you might be hopeful for a quick sale—especially if you’ve put a lot of money into improving the house over the years and if the neighborhood is one that has historically attracted a lot of buyers. While you shouldn’t panic if the house doesn’t sell the… Read more »

Most Loved Home Features State-by-State

Most Loved Home Features State-by-State

Which feature made you fall in love with your current home? Was it the view? The in-ground pool? Or was it the in-law apartment that sealed the deal? According to a new analysis by realtor.com®, the most loved home features vary from state to state. Realtor.com analyzed their keyword home search data to determine what… Read more »

Salary Drop? – A Mortgage is Still Available

Salary Drop? – A Mortgage is Still Available

In uncertain times, it can be easy to sit back and worry your time away hoping things will work out eventually. Although worrying will absolutely give you something to do, it won’t get you anywhere. So if you’ve been wanting to buy a home or refinance this year, don’t discount the possibility just because your… Read more »

5 High-Value Projects You Can Tackle This Weekend

5 High-Value Projects You Can Tackle This Weekend

“There’s no place like home,” as the old saying goes. That’s especially true when it comes to an investment. You live in and love your home, but there might come a time when you have to leave it. And when that time comes, you’ll want to get as much money as you can for your… Read more »

How Does Rent to Own Housing Work?

How Does Rent to Own Housing Work?

Buying a home is a big deal, especially for those who have had credit problems in the past. The most common way to buy a home is with a mortgage loan, which requires both a credit score that the lender finds acceptable and enough cash on hand for a down payment (and usually some other… Read more »

[Top 10] Expensive Homeowner Mistakes

[Top 10] Expensive Homeowner Mistakes

Top 10 Most Expensive Mistakes You’re Making on Your Home Homes cost a lot of money to maintain. But are you spending extra money unnecessarily on upkeep? Here are the 10 most expensive mistakes you could be making in your home. 1. Using Traditional Light Bulbs If you still have incandescent light bulbs in your… Read more »

Title Insurance: What It Is, Why You Need It

Title Insurance: What It Is, Why You Need It

Buying a home is fraught with all kinds of peril, from home inspections that go terribly awry to negotiations that seem to go on forever and hinge on every little detail. But once you’re through all of that, you’re basically in the clear, right? For some buyers and sellers, maybe not, but title insurance can… Read more »

3 Renovations To Sell Your Home Faster

3 Renovations To Sell Your Home Faster

If you’ve decided to place your home on the market, you likely want it to sell as quickly as possible. Partially, this is for your own convenience. More importantly, though, the longer that a house sits on the market, the lower its final price tends to be. Therefore, before you list your home, you need… Read more »

Financial Literacy Courses for Children (2020)

Financial Literacy Courses for Children (2020)

Earlier this year The CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) has released this financial training for children on their website that is absolutely FREE. CLICK HERE to get to the training.  CFPB says, “To build money skills, follow the three building blocks” Due to the coronavirus, many schools are out or transitioning to distance learning and… Read more »

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