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I run into this situation almost every day. There are so many homeowners who wish to advertise they have an extra bedroom in the basement. Many are so disappointed when their realtor explains the finished room can NOT be counted as a bedroom. According to local law, a bedroom must have 2 main i...
It is my pleasure to introduce you to a business associate of mine, Kevin Capece, with Farmers' Insurance. I've known Kevin for some time now and know him to be an excellent agent who is always looking for ways to protect his clients. Kevin has agreed to let me share with you his Top 10 Ways to...
March is the month we welcome Spring and Daylight Savings Time. Now that you've set your clocks forward it's time to consider the following home maintenance checklist. 1. Carbon monoxide detectors and fire alarms need fresh batteries from time to time. This is a good time to change the batterie...
As I was reading old emails this evening I stumbled across this great article on from Rismedia, http://budurl.com/HomeRefuge. It gives wonderful ideas of ways to make your home a refuge during these difficult times. I thought it was too good not to pass on. Enjoy!
If you are a first-time home buyer or have not owned a principal residence in the last 3 years then please take special note of the following. If you purchase a home and close on the property between January 1, 2009 and December 1, 2009, then you may be eligible for a tax credit up to $8,000. T...