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Last updated: December 12, 2018 • Best School Districts

Best School Districts for Today – and What they Mean for the Real Estate Market

Yes, it’s true, that school districts directly affect home value. Schools in nicer districts get better reviews and more funding, which encourages families to buy a home in that area. In less impressive zones, the value of a home may drop if the school is rated badly. The reputation and funding of a public school …

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Last updated: February 6, 2019 • 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 traveled. If …

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Last updated: February 1, 2019 • Mortgages and Real Estate

Can you Safely Retire on a Reverse Mortgage?

For many struggling homeowners, a reverse mortgage can be a good way for them to make money off of a real estate property they already own. However, there are a lot of strings attached, and some may need to be pulled if you want to benefit from the arrangement. There are still a lot of …

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Last updated: January 31, 2019 • Home Improvement

6 Areas You Should Renovate Before Selling Your Home

The first step to selling your home 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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Last updated: January 31, 2019 • Home Improvement

Window Tinting Your Home: Do or Don’t?

Chances are, whoever you talk to will have an opinion on window tinting. Some people are very pro-tint, while others have sworn it off entirely in favor of the clear, paned glass they’re used to. While it certainly isn’t for everyone, it’s always a good idea for home renovation to consider when you’re assessing your …

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