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Here You’ll find interesting articles, tips for selling and buying a home,  helpful videos on DIY, remodeling and so much more.

How To Build Equity in a Home

Building equity is one of the primary financial benefits of homeownership. You don’t notice it while it’s happening, but if all goes well, you end up with a significant asset that you can use for almost any financial need.

The 8 Germiest Places in Your Kitchen

The kitchen has more places for cooties than anywhere else in your home — even more than your bathroom, on average.

How Tik Tok Has Influenced Home Design This Year

Taskrabbit, the online marketplace of service providers for home projects, analyzed 3.9 million Taskrabbit bookings from the last 12 months to gain insight into trending tasks and conducted a survey to learn how social media platforms pushed forward these trends.

Home Is Where Your Story Begins

Home is where your story begins. Home is the place you grow up wanting to leave and grow old wanting to come back.

The Best Month to Sell Your House

It’s true that today’s persistently low inventory is offering sellers an advantage even outside the typical spring home-selling season, but there is more that smart sellers need to keep in mind when it comes to timing the market.

The Ultimate Holiday Lights Safety Checklist

When it’s time to switch your holiday lights on, you’ll want to make sure that they’ve been assembled properly. A little preparation now will save you the potential hassle of restringing your lights later on – or more seriously, the potential hazard of a preventable winter fire.

Everything You Need to Know About Home Equity

In the simplest terms, home equity is the difference between what you owe on your mortgage and your home’s current market value. If you owe $100,000 on your mortgage and your home is worth $400,000, then you have 75% home equity. Conversely, if you have a remaining mortgage balance of $300,000 on your $400,000 house, you have 25% home equity.

First-time Homeowner Tips for the Holiday

Whether you’re preparing to host a full house of relatives or to leave town for an extended period of time, follow these tips to help navigate your first holiday season as a homeowner. First-time homeowners tips for the Holidays.

How to Organize Your Closet Once and for All

When it comes to home organization, tackling your bedroom closet is perhaps one of the most difficult yet ultimately satisfying tasks. While organizing a utility closet, linen closet, or pantry involves editing and categorizing everyday items such as cleaning supplies, towels, and nonperishable foods that probably don’t trigger any sentimental feelings, many of us become attached to our clothes, shoes, and accessories along with the memories sparked at the sight of them.

What Does En Suite Mean?

The term “en suite” comes from French and means “afterward” or “following.” While you could argue that en suite in real estate can be described as one room being situated after another room, the French word and the English word really have nothing to do with one another. Instead, the word “en suite” was adapted into the English language to mean “in the room” or “connected.” Though, nowadays, its only use is to refer to a very specific room in a house and nothing more.

Why Home Staging Inspires the Best Prices in Any Housing Market

Staging is the art of preparing a home to appeal to the greatest number of potential buyers in your market. The right arrangements can move you into a higher price-point and help buyers fall in love the moment they walk through the door.

Staging Your Lakeshore Property to Sell

Key insights when staging your lakeshore property
The waterfront area is the key to selling the property. When staging, be sure to start at the dock and work your way in.
Kitschy items are a lake cabin staple, but you want to be sure you’re not distracting from the home’s best features.
Stand out from other local sellers. Show off how the home can accommodate guests and share your favorite things about the area.

International Peace Day – End Racism. Build Peace.

Trust, inclusiveness, and cooperation are the after effect of peace among societies, both within and between nations. The harmonious co-existence of individuals is the aim of celebrating International Day of Peace. It is a day of celebration to recognize the efforts of all those who have and continue to build a Culture of Peace. The United Nations invites every individual around the globe to strive toward a world where harmony wins over hostility.

The Best Hidden Secrets To Get Rid Of Mosquitos

Getting rid of pesky mosquitos, Instead of spraying the whole yard with toxic pesticides in order to enjoy your time outside, try these natural solutions that will keep these bothersome bugs at bay.

A Simple Remodel Leads to Insanely Beautiful Garden

Remodeled Wisconsin Farmhouse offers a "Gardeners Dream" for $415,000     You might also like: Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen  

Pre-qualified vs. pre-approved: What’s the difference?

Getting pre-qualified and pre-approved for a mortgage are both important steps in the homebuying process. While pre-qualification and pre-approval may seem intimidating, they don’t have to be! This article explains both and offers some background for your reference.

Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen

Not only is an updated kitchen one of the best home renovations to boost your resale value (with an estimated 78.4 percent return on investment), but improving your kitchen can also lead to a more efficient and green-friendly home.

May Gardening: What to Do This Month

Soon the warm days will outnumber the cool ones. You’ll be able to get outdoors more often to get in the garden. You’ll need to tackle some gardening maintenance tasks and follow a lawn care schedule to keep your property in top shape.

Staging A House For Sale: A Seller’s Guide

Over the years, your family has created a home that perfectly suits you. Maybe the traditional living room has transformed into a TV room for your video-game-obsessed kids and the basement is your at-home fitness studio.
Everyone develops a home flow that works best for them. But when it comes time to sell, you don’t want to show buyers how you live. You want to showcase the features of your space and offer potential homebuyers a peek into how their lives can fit into your house.

6 Tips to Help Keep Your Pet Tick-Free

Pets are just as susceptible to ticks and tick-borne illnesses as we are, which makes taking precautions essential.

Are Smart Kitchen Appliances Worth the Money?

Smart home technology is showing up in more devices every day, like washing machines: dryers, fridges, stoves, locks, lights and heating and air conditioning.

Open House Tips for Buyers and Sellers

Open house season is upon us! Whether you’re buying or selling, here are five tips to keep in mind as you plan your weekends around open houses. By following these basic steps, you’ll be destined for open house success!

4 Tips for Buying a Home in 2022

There are plenty of good reasons to buy a home — financial stability, building equity in a place of your own, and not having to follow a landlord’s rules.
If you’re eager to buy a home in 2022, here are four important tips to help make that happen.

8 Bathroom Items You Need to Get Rid of ASAP

​​Bathrooms are the center of busy morning routines, nightly regimens, and a variety of basic needs throughout the day. With all this activity comes clutter, and in a typically small room like the bathroom, you can’t afford to waste space on items you don’t need.

A Clean and Tidy Home Can Boost Your Mental Health

We’re all prone to messy moments, but when intense disorganization is accompanied by symptoms of high stress, anxiety, burnout, or depression, it’s often an indicator that you may be struggling with your mental health.

Are Heated Driveways Worth It?

Have you ever thought about a heated driveway but wondered if it was worth the cost? If you live in the Midwest, it could be a dream come true. Let’s dive into the price and functionality to find out.

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Warm Up Your Car In The Winter

Is warming up your car in the winter before driving it, good or bad? Learn why it may be causing more damage than good.
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From changing water filters to compiling a home inventory, your January home maintenance tasks focus on some often neglected areas that will really give your home a fresh start in the new year.

Getting A Bigger Home, Expand or Buy?

When it comes to expanding your living conditions, there is no one-size-fits-all solution since so many variables are at play, says Siegel.   “At the end of the day it’s a personal decision,” Siegal said.

You’ve Probably Never Cleaned This Part of Your Shower

Consider how old your shower head is. Has it been in the house since it was built? Has it ever been replaced? How many different people have used it?

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