homeowner: 6 Tips For Settling Into Your New Home Before The Holidays - 12/07/15 06:38 AM

6 Tips For Settling Into Your New Home Before The Holidays – It is the most wonderful time of the year! There is no better time than the holiday season to start making new memories in your new home. There are a number of things you can do to help get you and your family get settled in your new space. Here are six tips for settling into your new home right before the holidays.
 
Participate in Local Celebrations
Whether you are moving across the country or down the street, make sure you participate in local holiday celebrations. This will allow you to meet … (0 comments)

homeowner: Tips To Insulating Your Home - 11/18/15 07:07 AM

Tips To Insulating Your Home - The warmer days will soon turn into bitter cold for the winter and staying warm will be at the top of your list of priorities. Taking the time now to make sure your home is insulated properly will not only keep you warmer this winter, but it could also help on cutting down the cost of your energy bill. Here are six tips to help you throughout the process of insulating your home.
 
Locate Problem Areas
When the weather outside turns freezing cold, do you find certain areas in your home that are draftier than others? Whether it be a window … (1 comments)

homeowner: 5 Things Homeowners Waste Money On - 11/11/15 03:40 AM

5 Things Homeowners Waste Money On - As a homeowner, you have many responsibilities that fall on your plate, and many of those responsibilities can be expensive. The trick is figuring out what you should spend money on and what you need not waste money on. Here are five things homeowners waste money on, to help you keep your cash in your pocket.
 
Space-Fillers
Whether you’re moving from an apartment or smaller home, you will be stuned by how much extra space you have. However, do not fall into the trap of purchasing a ton of little things to fill that space.
 
Don’t Dive In
While it seems incredibly luxurious … (1 comments)

homeowner: Do Organic Home Remedies Really Work? - 08/04/15 03:03 AM

Do Organic Home Remedies Really Work? - There is a home remedy for everything to help keep your home free of harmful chemicals, while still getting the job done. Organic home remedies can be of use indoors, or outdoors, it all depends on what you’re trying to accomplish. Here are five home remedies that really work.
Baking Soda
Baking soda mixed with a small amount of water can act as a great oven cleaner without all of the harsh chemicals that come along with store-bought oven cleaner. Just make a paste, put it in your oven for a few hours, then wipe down and … (1 comments)

homeowner: Price War: Tips For Pricing Your Home Right in 2015 - 03/12/15 02:54 AM

Price War: Tips For Pricing Your Home Right in 2015 – Pricing your home for the market can be a tricky task. You don’t want to set the price too high and detract buyers, but at the same time, you don’t want to set the price too low and lose money. It’s essential to come up with an appropriate price for your home when putting it on the market, and we’ve come up with several tips to help with this process.
Use Online Calculators – This is a good place to start your process. Online calculators are free, simple and quick tools that can … (0 comments)

homeowner: 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming a Homeowner - 06/24/14 06:31 AM

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming a Homeowner – The decision to become a homeowner is exhilarating but it ultimately is a major commitment. Before you decide to move forward, it’s crucial to know if you’re absolutely ready for home-ownership. Check out the following questions to guide you in your decision making.
1. Why Do I Want A Home?
You need to question why you are buying a house.  Are you doing so because it’s part of your dream or because you are ready for it?  Home-ownership is a full-time job.  Can you handle it?
2. Can I Afford It?
Houses … (1 comments)

homeowner: Prep Your Home For a Texas Summer - 04/02/14 02:20 AM

Prep Your Home For a Texas Summer - Whether you’re new to Texas, you’ve been here your whole life, or you fall somewhere in between, you know about Texas summers. There are a number of ways you can prep your home in advance of the summertime, and you should definitely consider them a priority. Summer storms can be serious and living in a climate like the one in Texas can be unpredictable and cause a lot of wear and tear. Here are four ways to prep your home for a Texas summer.
Air Conditioner
You’ll want to examine your air conditioner’s outside heat-exchanger to ensure that … (1 comments)

 
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