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Sometimes older homes weren’t built with the understanding that the basement would be used as a family living space or rental unit. It’s estimated that one-third to one-half of all homes have mold present in the basement. Every homeowner should be aware that the possibility of having water penetration in their basement is fairly high and be prepared to take care of the issue.
You’ve spent a fortune on the perfect sofa, drop-dead wing chairs, and truly artistic wallpaper. You’ve even sprung for an entertainment center that’s not made out of plywood and cinder blocks. So why doesn’t your room feel pulled together? What’s keeping it from looking great?
You’ve look at dozens of homes and your Realtor is about to tear her hair out with frustration. You are paralyzed, letting one great home after another pass you by. Why can’t you make a decision?
If you’re in college or university, or if you just started a job, it’s most likely that “home” to you right now means a crash pad. But it’s never too early to start thinking about the future! Here are five valuable tips to consider that will make your life easier when you do want to buy a home, a few years down the road.
For years, the leading edge of Baby Boomers has influenced home design, but now Generation X, which is at the tail end of the Baby Boom, is starting to become a force to be reckoned with, according to surveys from south of the Border.
First-time homebuyers face a steep learning curve. There’s much to know, much to learn, and a great potential for “rookie mistakes” — with potentially costly consequences. What should you do to avoid making these mistakes? Here are 10 basic issues to consider.
From time to time you may hear us, a lender, an appraiser or any other number of people involved in your real estate transaction use some of the following terms. Many you may be familiar with, but we are including this glossary so that you can feel comfortable with all of the terminology that surrounds your transaction.
Buying a home must be up there with public speaking and the remake of The Exorcist for frightening experiences, but many of us will buy a home, speak publicly and watch horror movies again and again in our lifetimes. By giving you a few “behind-the-scenes” secrets, we hope to help you deal with the 3 things that scare you most about buying a home.
Centreville’s house sales are still at record levels. That’s great news for sellers, but is it enough to make a potential buyer’s stomach churn watching prices mount on a monthly basis. So, if you are a buyer, it’s more important than ever to be prepared and be ready to make an offer at a moment’s notice.
Having a bunch of number on a spreadsheet is fine, but it doesn’t mean a thing if you don’t know what the numbers mean or how they apply to the local market.
First of all, we have many ways to try to avoid this situation at all for our buyers, from being right on top of the latest listings. Still, you can’t always avoid multiple offer situations. Some listing agents even put a home up for viewing and then proclaim a date when they will accept offers, usually several days after viewing has started. So, the best way is to gain an understanding of how multiple offers work and how they benefit the seller.
According to the EPA, carbon monoxide poisoning represents a silent, but very real, killer. The colorless, odorless gas is found as a result of “incomplete” combustion. People become ill when their heaters are not properly vented or are broken, when their automobile is allowed to run in a confined space, when indoor appliances such as gas ovens and dryers operate improperly, and in other similar ways.
Falls are the leading cause of injury and the leading cause of death in persons over the age of 65. Many risk factors for falling have been identified. Environmental factors are the most obvious and easy to change.
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