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How to Buy a Foreclosed Property

How to Buy a Foreclosed Property

Purchasing a home that has been foreclosed upon can be very appealing when you’re looking for a home for you to live in for a cheaper price, a real estate investment to flip and sell, or a chance to live in a neighborhood you otherwise can’t afford. As for the process...

Signs That You Should Not Sell Your Home Right Now

Signs That You Should Not Sell Your Home Right Now

“When you’re selling, you’re buying too” - says a popular English proverb and it best applies when selling your home. COVID-19 raised lots of questions and new ideas for homeowners. Some are relocating because interest rates were low. Some are unhappy where they were...

Tips on Cleaning Gross Things At Home

Tips on Cleaning Gross Things At Home

What do you think is the dirtiest place in your house? Whatever your answer is, just the thought of it likely made you scrunch your face. Thinking about cleaning it likely seems a little daunting. Here are the dirtiest spots in your home, plus we’re sharing tips on...

How VA Loans Work

How VA Loans Work

Did you know that 1 out of 3 active-duty military and veterans have no idea that they have some of the best home buying benefits available? Active-duty military and veterans have some really great opportunities in real estate. With the right information, active-duty...

What Are the Benefits of Refinancing a Mortgage?

What Are the Benefits of Refinancing a Mortgage?

With recent interest rates at historic lows, you may be able to decrease your monthly payment and save thousands by refinancing your loan to a lower rate. As of this writing, a 30-year fixed refinance rate is at 3.090% with an annual percentage rate (APR) of 3.250%....

Housekeeping Lessons from the Japanese

Housekeeping Lessons from the Japanese

Tidiness and home organization is a universal trend lately during the pandemic as we are mostly at home. With the popularity and aspiration to have a home like that of Marie Kondo and Muji, you might say that the Japanese people are doing it right when it comes to...

Things to Consider When You’re Renovating to Sell

Things to Consider When You’re Renovating to Sell

The key to a successful renovation to sell is only doing things that add value to your property. It’s always helpful to be prepared, and that’s especially true when you’re scraping off tiles, tearing down cabinets and creating the kitchen of your dreams, all while...

Spring Home Updates that Won’t Break the Bank

Spring Home Updates that Won’t Break the Bank

Updating your home for spring doesn't have to cost you a lot, nor take so much of your time and energy. These 6 inexpensive updates are cheap and easy, anyone can do with minimal work. Cheap and easy spring home updates Repaint your front door With 10-20 dollars, you...

Read This Before Starting A Short-term Rental Business

Read This Before Starting A Short-term Rental Business

The housing market for travellers has been skyrocketing over the past decade. Short-term rental is not only a great way to connect travelers to your property but also can be a fantastic source of passive income. Before you go ahead and create your website or accounts...

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