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Last updated: September 18, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate, Home Decorating Tips, Home Improvement

The Never-Ending House Maintenance – Tips for New Homeowners

Homeownership has one major drawback – house maintenance. That is why some prefer to rent and leave this responsibility in the hands of the landlord. Is the kitchen faucet leaking? Not your business. Does the hardwood floor need to be resurfaced? You don’t have to move a finger. But when you own a house, you …

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Last updated: July 23, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

Real Estate and the Importance of Making a Will

Have you ever wondered what’s going to happen to all your money and belongings after you die? Estate planning is rarely discussed in social settings, but it shouldn’t be among the taboo subjects. Writing a will is not out of the ordinary. You must have heard of some unusual desires of wealthy people such as …

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Baby Proofing Ideas – Child Safety in the Home Room by Room

Four million babies are born in the US every year! Parents who are having their first child can’t wait to see their baby reach a new milestone in his or her development. The most expected milestone is walking. Once the baby begins to walk alone, parents also begin to worry and look for baby proofing …

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Last updated: June 20, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate, Lifestyle

Divorce and Real Estate

Over 2.4 million couples spent on average $33,391 to get married in 2018 – an all-time high average cost of a wedding, according to The Knot. But the American Psychological Association says that about 40% to 50% of them could end in divorce. “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage,” Frank Sinatra …

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Last updated: June 24, 2019 • Family Tips for Real Estate

How to make moving fun?

I was enjoying the sunrise from our 6th-floor apartment one day when my mother came next to me and stared long into the distance. “What would you think if we sold our apartment and moved to a new place?”, she asked me. That idea had never crossed my mind before. I was singing in a …

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