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When you decide to go green, you want your whole lifestyle to support the choice. A home that is eco-friendly can provide you with cleaner living and leave a lighter imprint on the environment. Here are some tips for improving your current home or what to look for if you’re ready to move.
Shows like Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop, and Flip This House have homebuyers clamoring to purchase potential money-making properties. Before you know it, inexperienced buyers have jumped into a home-buying process that they may not fully understand or a set of problems they are ill-equipped to manage. If you’re a first-time homebuyer and you’re considering purchasing a fixer-upper to renovate, there are some important things you’ll need to know.
Your real estate agent is there to guide you through the home-buying and selling process and help you find the perfect home or get the best deal for your current home. However, if you don’t prepare before hiring a real estate agent, you won’t make the most of your real estate experience. Before you pick up the phone to call a real estate agent, here’s what you need to do.
Guest article by Christine Wilke
The lazy days of summer are over and crazy-busy fall is upon us.
Job commitments, soccer practices, back to school night all clamor for attention. Life becomes a whirlwind of to-do’s.
But where does your marriage fit into all of this? Is it even on the calendar?
With all these other commitments competing for attention, it’s easy for your relationship to morph into those “two ships,” passing in the night. You begin to feel like roommates instead of the loving partners you once were.
Continue reading “3 Ways To Help Your Marriage Survive This Crazy-Busy Fall.”