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As One Door Closes, Another One Opens
In 2010, 37.5 million people changed residences in the U.S. Of these, an estimated 43.7 percent of the movers cited housing-related reasons, such as the desire to live in a new or better home or apartment.
As life grows increasingly stressful, people are increasingly viewing their homes as retreats–and decorating them as such. Bathrooms are often a primary focus, and the rend today is to design a space devoted to relaxing and rejuvenating.
Negotiating the purchase agreement is arguably the most challenging aspect of byiing a home, particularly in markets that favor sellers. To strengthen your position at the negotiating table, consider this advice.
How you live in your home when it’s on the market is different from how you normally live in it. If you’re serious about selling, you need to be prepared for buyers’ eyes at all times.
Air leaks make your house a less comfortable place to live and a more expensive place to maintain. Here’s how to spot leaks so that you can remedy them, and prevent money from floating out your windows.