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Updated 1 year 6 months ago
If you have received a foreclosure notice, you probably feel like you have already lost control of the situation. Rest assured, there are still many things that can be done. Particularly in such a strong market, one option is putting your home up for sale. Not only does this allow you to sell your home and repay your lender in full (barring a good...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
There are plenty of easy, affordable DIY projects you can complete in a weekend that will leave your house feeling brand new. They may also help increase the value of your home. These are just a few of the many projects you can undertake in a few days: Dress up the entryway The front door serves as your home’s first impression, but it’s often a...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
Whether you’re growing a garden full of herbs, vegetables or flowers, there’s no denying that maintaining it can be hard labor. Luckily we’ve got a few simple tricks up our sleeves that can make your gardening, faster, cleaner and more efficient. 1. Take Notes With each season that passes, keep track of which plants you used in your garden and...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
It’s no secret that lemons are a boon to any kitchen or DIY beauty routine – but did you know they’re a handy sustainability tool as well? With Earth Day around the corner, our Springtime focus is all about making life simpler without investing in potentially toxic chemicals or overpriced tools. We’ve conferred with our stellar team of opinion...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
The “honey do” list is alive and well in April as warmer weather means it’s time to tackle home improvement projects. Start by focusing on your bathroom. Get invigorated and gain a feeling of accomplishment by making a home projects checklist that allows you to really accomplish things in a single day. Project #1 – Remove and thoroughly clean any...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
All the world’s a stage, as Shakespeare said, but it’s doubtful the bard would have considered the notion of mounting a production in order to sell your home. The concept of “staging” in the real estate business is a newer idea, relatively speaking. Round-the-clock cable TV has changed everything. “The advent of HGTV was a turning point in what...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
Mention your interest in gardening and it’s likely that some bystander will offer supposedly sage advice as passed on by grandma, co-worker and that ever-popular phrase, “I saw on the Internet.” Gardening misinformation flourishes like weeds. How can a gardener separate fact from fiction? Here are some answers to common myths and misconceptions: 1...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
Good landscaping could potentially boost a home’s value anywhere from 6 percent up to 28 percent, according to a Clemson University study of homes in Greenville, S.C.  So that means a bad landscape design could potentially dent a home’s value by that much. And that isn’t chump change; it equates to potentially thousands in lost money just from...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
 lot of different DIY projects require gloves, but which type of glove you use affects not just the project, but also your safety. So, Make magazine has put together a list of which gloves work best for which projects. Make’s suggestions revolve around what materials a project has in it. It’s a pretty simple system to figure out which gloves to...
Updated 1 year 6 months ago
These water-saving tips are relevant year-round:   Fill the dishwasher all the way – When you fill the dishwater fully before running it, you use less water and energy per dish. Remember to scrape remaining food off plates instead of rinsing them before loading them into the dishwasher.    Plug the sink when washing dishes – Plugging the sink or...

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