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Til’ Debt Do Us Part: How to Get a Mortgage If One Spouse Has A Terrible Credit Score

A poor credit history is a reality for many people, but it can be particularly daunting when it comes to investing in a house. Fortunately, simply because you or yours have experienced bad credit doesn’t mean that you should be penalized in the future. If your spouse has struggled with bad credit in the past… Continue reading Til’ Debt Do Us Part: How to Get a Mortgage If One Spouse Has A Terrible Credit Score

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Expecting a Newborn? Baby-proof Your Home With This Quick and Easy Checklist

It’s a very exciting time for most parents when their kids begin to crawl, but it can also be much more difficult to watch over your child and ensure their safety. If your child is starting to get along on their own and you’re preparing to baby proof, here are the main areas and items… Continue reading Expecting a Newborn? Baby-proof Your Home With This Quick and Easy Checklist

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Pamper Your Pet With These Five Awesome Pet-friendly Home Upgrades

The best addition to many a family is the beloved pet, but beyond the regular treats and pillows, there are plenty of ways to spoil your pet and let them know how much you love them. If you’re looking for some neat concepts for your favorite pooch, here are some unique ideas you may want… Continue reading Pamper Your Pet With These Five Awesome Pet-friendly Home Upgrades

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Going on a Nice Vacation? Protect Your Home and Valuables With These 3 Key Tips

  It’s always exciting to pack up and get away from your home for the sake of escape, but going on vacation also means leaving your home behind. While a good neighborhood can go a long way towards making sure your home stays safe in your absence, here are some additional tips for how to… Continue reading Going on a Nice Vacation? Protect Your Home and Valuables With These 3 Key Tips

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Spring Fever: How to Detect If Allergy Hotspots Are Developing in Your Home

 The spring season may be a time of cherry blossoms and longer days, but it’s also common for allergies to ramp up. While you won’t be able to stop the season, there are things you can do to limit the impact of allergies in your home. If you’re wondering what has the greatest impact on… Continue reading Spring Fever: How to Detect If Allergy Hotspots Are Developing in Your Home

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Living With a Small Green Space: How to Make the Most of a Smaller, Intimate Yard

It’s great to have a yard in this day and age, but so many new developments in the city have limited green space for you to let your imagination run wild. If you’re wondering what you can do with your patch of green space or small yard, here are a few options for making it… Continue reading Living With a Small Green Space: How to Make the Most of a Smaller, Intimate Yard

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Dogs & Homeowners Insurance: What you Need to Know

Is Your Canine a Good Citizen? Dog is man’s best friend and many of us are willing to do anything for our pets. Did you know that the breed of your dog can affect your homeowner’s insurance and your eligibility for it? Because of costly lawsuits for specific breeds companies have adopted lists of dogs… Continue reading Dogs & Homeowners Insurance: What you Need to Know