Protecting your home from the elements is crucial to maintaining its value and safety. In this post we’ll go over a few helpful hints to prevent water damage in your home.
Archive for June, 2014 (Page 2)
If you’re thinking of going into the teaching field, you might want to check out some of the states featured on this list. According to a recent study, these states offered the best salaries and/or benefits for educators.
Hooray for good housing news! The number of mortgage lenders who initiated foreclosures in March fell to the lowest level in nearly eight years, a new report reveals. Get the details in our latest blog post.
Compact spaces can be energy efficient, cost effective, and even trendy. But living in a small space can be tricky. Here are some tips to make the most out of your small living space.
Somewhere in between backyard barbecues and summer vacations, make sure you give your home the seasonal maintenance it needs! Use our handy checklist to help you get started on your summer home maintenance projects.
Closing day can be a very exciting, but often overwhelming time for new homeowners. You may be wondering what to expect when it comes time to seal the deal. Here’s a basic overview of the real estate closing process to give you an idea of who will be there, what you’ll need to sign (LOTS of paperwork), and what questions you should ask.
Learn about the mortgage rate approval process and how prepare to speak with mortgage lenders.
Getting ready to buy a home or refinance and wondering about comparing estimates? In this post you’ll learn about Good Faith Estimates (GFEs) and examine some frequently asked questions.