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4 Improvement Projects That Add Value to Your Home

If you’re thinking of selling your house or just want to make some improvements, consider focusing on these tasks that add value to your home. Complete these projects to get the best return on your investment when you sell. Add Value to Your Home with These 4 Projects...

8 Benefits of a Pre-Listing Inspection

In most real estate transactions, the buyer will request a home inspection before signing the closing paperwork. In some cases, the offer from the buyer is contingent on a favorable inspection report. No seller wants to discover unexpected issues. Removing this...

Four Effective Ways to Prevent Plumbing Leaks at Home

How You Can Prevent Plumbing Leaks at Home Plumbing leaks are relatively common and can be a stressful experience for homeowners. While some issues may develop even if you've been maintaining your pipes properly, you can help prevent plumbing leaks at home by taking...

Tips for Babyproofing Your Home

Perhaps you’re expecting a new addition to your family or maybe you are preparing for a visit from a friend with small children. Here are a few tips for babyproofing your home to help keep the little ones safe. When Babyproofing Your Home, Protect Kids from Power...

Why You’ll Want to Work With a Real Estate Agent

When beginning a home search, prospective buyers face the decision of whether they'll hire a real estate agent. While not always necessary, it is often in your best interest as a homebuyer to work with a real estate agent. Work With a Real Estate Agent if You’re a...

7 Ways to Heat Your Home Efficiently

During cold weather, it is common to spend more money on indoor climate control whether you use an HVAC system, oil heat, or baseboard heaters. Read on and learn seven ways to heat your home efficiently and lower your heating bills during the winter. 1. Fight the...

Why It Is Important to Fix High Levels of Radon In the Home

January is National Radon Action Month. While there are many environmental factors that can contaminate the air inside your home, such as mold and volatile organic compounds, radon is one of the most dangerous. There are 21,000 deaths a year related to radon in the...