Have you been looking through home decor magazines and gazing with wonder at the gorgeous homes inside? Do you want to add a touch of elegance and luxury to your home, but you are on a tight budget?
If you have started working from home, whether you are a freelancer or running a business, having a home office in your home is very important.
An entire gutter system around the home might seem expensive to many homeowners.
In your imagination it seems like a great idea – you purchase an older run-down property and you have the chance to fix it up and turn it into the home of your dreams.
Last weekâs economic data supported recent reports indicating that housing markets are slowing, The National Association of Home builders/Wells Fargo Home Builders Index (HBI) dropped by 10 points to a reading of 46 for February.
If you enjoy history and fixing things, then it may be hard to drive by historic homes for sale without feeling the urge to buy one and fix it up. Before you do, you need learn the three R’s of fixing up historic homes and the differences between them.
Selling your home is a complex process and there are a lot of factors that you will need to consider. Your goal will be to sell your home in a timely manner, while getting the highest price you can.
Home equity is the difference between what your home can sell for and what you owe on it. Generally, the longer you own your home, the more equity you build.
Last week’s economic news was dominated by the first address by the new Fed chairperson, Janet Yellen.
Tuesday’s news included the Jobs Openings report for December 2013, which matched November’s reading of 4.0 million jobs available.
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