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October 2, 2017 • Home Improvement

How to Defray the Hidden Costs of Home Ownership

  While home ownership is a good way to save money and keep you from getting caught in the rent cycle, it comes with an entirely new set of problems and expenses that you may not expect. Home ownership is more than just signing your name on a deed, it can be dealing with infestations, …

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September 26, 2017 • Home Improvement

Five Gorgeous Backyard Updates

If you have a large yard or a lot of empty space in your backyard, it may be tempting to fill that space with a pool or gazebo. However, those aren’t your only options, and there are many more possibilities that are fully within reach if you decide to take the path less travelled. If …

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August 15, 2017 • Home Improvement

5 Great DIY Projects you can do with Reclaimed Items from your Home

Are you wanting to add some pizazz to your home, but you are on a limited budget? Time to get crafty with some of the old items you have sitting around that aren’t being used anymore. You probably have some junk in the garage that could be repurposed into amazing home décor. Here are a …

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June 27, 2017 • Home Improvement, Home Selling Tips

6 Areas You Should Renovate Before Selling Your Home

The first step to selling your house is assessing the issues, and dealing with them before you receive interested home buyers. No potential home buyer wants to walk into a real estate and see that the bathroom has a broken faucet, or a faulty water heater. However, once all the obvious fixes are done, what …

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June 20, 2017 • Home Improvement

Does Installing Outdoor Grills to Increase Property Value Make Sense?

An outdoor grill is an easy way to boost your property value, especially if you do it right. They are coming into fashion, especially among people looking for homes with pools or large backyards. They are a much better investment than a standalone grill, and can add a lot of aesthetics to an otherwise vacant …

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