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Updated 1 year 7 months ago
If you’re a home owner, re-investing your refund in your home might be a good idea.  Whether you want to do something fun with décor, or smart with repairs, your tax refund could be just what you needed to check a few home improvement items off your to do list. 1.      Invest in energy efficiency which will continue to re-pay you.  Not only will...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
Today’s garage doors come in so many different and attractive designs that the biggest challenge for homeowners is to find the right door that looks best with their home’s unique features. While it’s great to have options, sometimes too many options can be overwhelming. And a garage door purchase is an important one. In fact, an upscale garage...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
Spring is already pushing its way out whether you are ready for it or not! I am definitely ready to welcome the birds, the buds and the scent of freshly turned earth back again. I've been reading lots of gardening tips for getting kids involved in the garden. This year I want to be intentional about getting the kids out and involved with the...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
  As warmer temps approach—quite slowly, depending on your part of the country—you might already be sweating your lawn. And with good reason: Good landscaping can add up to 28% to the overall value of a home. But even for those blessed with the greenest of thumbs, landscaping offers plenty of potential for disaster: Do too little, and the effect...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
Location, location, location. Three small words that can transform your property investment decision, says Belvoir.Belvoir Aberdeen’s advice for helping to decide the best location for a property investment includes: 1. Only decide on where you want to invest after thorough research. 2. Do not make a decision based on the look of the property...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
If you’re looking to make a big change around the house, tidying up can make all the difference. Spruce up your life -- from your wardrobe to home décor – with these tips from the discount experts at Dollar General.  Audit Your Closet Out with the old and in with the new. As the seasons change, it’s necessary to make room for a new wardrobe....
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
  Security systems have evolved along with technology to the point where they can now control various events in your home beyond basic security, including turning lights on and off, changing thermostat settings and more. So the question is: Which system is best for your circumstances? Are you renting or planning to move soon? Are you wanting to...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
As of early Sunday morning on the East Coast, spring officially has sprung. But before you break out in your happy dance, you've got some work to do.   To protect what's probably your biggest investment, it's important to take care of a few spring chores. Nino Sitchinava — principal economist at Houzz.com, a leading platform for home remodeling...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
's the "paper or plastic" of home improvement loans -- whether your loan should be secured or unsecured. Unsecured loans marketed specifically for home improvement are a relatively recent option. Many of the current lenders started making these loans after the home market collapsed nearly a decade ago, leaving many homeowners with less (or...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago
When Jeremy Renner’s not saving the world in The Avengers or Mission: Impossible, or helping sell the cognac lifestyle as the new face of Rémy Martin, the 45-year-old actor can be found with paintbrush in hand. In the past 15 years, the star has bought and remodeled more than 20 homes, from a 1920s art deco mansion to a cabin in Lake Tahoe, Nev. “...

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