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Additional Home Warranty Protection

How can homeowners add additional Home Warranty protection to their policy? The answer is the premier upgrade package. While home warranty covers a wide range of mechanical failures in a home, there are items and conditions that are not covered in any home warranty. For example, electrical and plumbing modifications, code upgrades and disposal of… Continue reading Additional Home Warranty Protection

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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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Is It Still Possible to Get a Mortgage With Zero Down? Yes – and Here’s How

When it comes to investing in a mortgage, the down payment is key in making your investment a reality and proving to lenders that you’re a safe bet. However, while most opportunities for putting zero down on a home have disappeared since the recession, there are still a few ways to buy without putting money… Continue reading Is It Still Possible to Get a Mortgage With Zero Down? Yes – and Here’s How

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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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Selling an Apartment or Condo? How to Use Snapchat to Target First-time Buyers

  There are plenty of ways to market your home online, but social media has become one of the best ways to catch the attention of interested homebuyers in the past few years. If you’re currently determining a marketing strategy for your home and are wondering about social media, here are a few ways you… Continue reading Selling an Apartment or Condo? How to Use Snapchat to Target First-time Buyers

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Three Ugly, Dated Design Features That You Need to Get Rid of Before You Sell Your Home

There are a lot of inexpensive renovations that can easily improve the value of your home, but you might not be aware of dated features that are working against you and aging its look. If you’re ready to put your home on the market and are wondering what types of design will downgrade your home’s… Continue reading Three Ugly, Dated Design Features That You Need to Get Rid of Before You Sell 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