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Americans are constantly on the move, and according to the latest Census Bureau study, the reasons are as varied as the movers themselves. However, two common reasons for moving that most people can relate to include relocating for an easier commute and moving to access cheaper housing.
Over the (Conventional) Counter
Granite may have the grandeur and laminate may be low-cost, while man-made corian and quartz counters make for a beautiful and practical presentation, but if you’re thinking about installing new counters in your kitchen or bathroom, why not think outside the box?
On the Upswing
Buying in an up and coming neighborhood is a savvy move that can really pay off. But how do you find such an area? Here are some tips to help you identify neighborhoods on the upswing.
In or Out?
When a home sells, which items stay and which go? That’s one of the most contentious issues between sellers and buyers. Here’s how to avoid confusion–and possibly litigation.
Window of Opportunity
After that new house officially becomes your but before you move into it, if possible, is the ideal window of time in which to take care of not only cleaning the place, painting the walls and finishing the floors, but also these other chores.