This month’s newsletter features articles on:
Deal or No Deal?
The number of vacant properties in the US rose to 18.8 million last year. With the range of properties available for immediate occupancy, many at reduced prices, good reason suggests that the purchase of a vacant property should be a “good deal”. But is it?
Clearing the Air
Your home is supposed to be a respite from the outside world. But, surprisingly, when it comes to air quality, you’re often bettter off outside your home than in it. To improve your home’s air quality, consider these tips.
Anyone who’s in the market for a new home is prepared to spend a lot of money. But, of course, nobody wants to spend too much. For tips to help you avoid overpaying for your next home, keep reading.
Your “Not To Do” List
Sometimes it’s a home’s condition or location that turns buyers away. But, on occasion, it’s the very sellers themselves who put buyers off. Don’t sabotage your own home sale: Here’s a list of things NOT to do!
Spring is a popular time for making home improvements. If you’re like many homeowners, you probably have a list of projects you need done. But, with which do you start?