Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Buying a Historic House

Historic houses are beautiful pieces of history. If you’re considering the purchase of an older home, you probably love the architectural styles and established neighborhoods of historic houses. They are also cherished for their unique details, meticulous craftsmanship, and sense […]

What to Do When Your Apartment Lease is Up

Is your apartment lease up and you’ve decided not to stay? There are some steps that you should take to ensure that it’s a smooth transition for you and your landlord. Some renters decide to sign a new -lease and […]

Does Landscaping Increase Your Property Value?

landscaping is a big part of creating curb appeal, and may be a factor in selling your home quicker. Curb appeal is extremely important in the successful sale of any home. When buyers see your home from the outside, it […]

Should You Buy a Condo?

Thinking of buying a home in the near future? A condo might be just what you’re looking for! However, condominiums aren’t for everyone. Condos are great for first-time buyers who need an affordable housing option. They’re also suitable for empty-nesters […]

5 Expert Tips for Home Refinancing: Make Sure you Don’t Miss...

Home refinancing on your mind, but unsure of where to start? You’re in luck. Let us help you by giving you some expert tips so you can get started.  But before you jump into refinancing, make sure it’s something that’s […]

Buying a Green Home

If you are in the market to buy a green home, you’re in luck! Green is quickly becoming a priority when it comes to home buyers and what they want. Green living is ultimately a predominating deciding factor for those […]

The Year Round Benefits of Home Insulation

If you’ve recently purchased a home, you might want to consider effective home insulation. Or, if you’re selling, home insulation could raise your home value a great deal. Either way, the benefits of home insulation are plentiful. Insulating your home […]

House Inspections 101

If you’ve purchased a home before, you probably already know about home inspections. If you are a first-time home buyer, you might not be so well-informed. Since approximately two out of every five properties have major defects, it makes sense […]

Refinancing Obstacles to Watch Out For

Generally speaking, refinancing can be easier than buying a brand new home, especially for first time home buyers. However, some people may find that refinancing is difficult in itself. If you are refinancing your mortgage, you may find yourself road-blocked […]