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Sep
17
2020
What Is “the Fed,” and Why Should You Care?
If you have spent any time reading or listening to the news, you have likely heard mention of “the Fed,” a somewhat ominous and very mysterious organization that seems to have tremendous power. But what exactly is the Fed and what does it have to do with the price of tea? In...
Sep
03
2020
What Buyers Should Know About Staging
If you have spent any time looking at pictures of homes for sale, going to open house events, or even watching home shows on TV, you have seen staging. If it was done well, you did not even notice you were looking at it, though. Staging, quite simply, is a bit of marketing used in home sales. It...
Aug
15
2020
What Is Private Mortgage Insurance?
For many first-time buyers, one of the most significant surprises of purchasing a home is the monthly private mortgage insurance charge tacked onto their payments. For those just starting out who do not have a significant down payment saved up, the cost is predictable but often...
Aug
01
2020
Home Projects to Take Care of in Summer
Summer is the season of the honeydew and the honey-do, the time when we get to all those home projects that are either impossible or too unpleasant during colder times. We are in the thick of it now, but before you know it, we will be digging out our winter coats again. If you haven’t...
Jul
15
2020
How to Spot Leaks & Water Loss in Your Home
When it comes to water leaks in your home, some are obvious because they leave floors soggy or mark walls or ceilings with stains. However, other water loss can be hidden—and you may not realize it is happening, though you might notice your utility bills climbing. Whether you...
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