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4 Investments Worth Making in Your First Home

You’ve just bought your first home – congratulations! Now it’s time to make your home feel like, well, home.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on December 16, 2019 in  1st time buyer  Buy House  buyer  Buyers  Buying  Decorating  First Time Home Buyers  First Time Homebuyer  First Time Homebuyers  Home  Home Decor  Home Design  Home Improvement  Home Improvements  Home Ownership  Home Tips  Home Updates
You’ve just bought your first home – congratulations! Now it’s time to make your home feel like, well, home by undertaking some long-term investments that will not only look beautiful, but will also last you for years to come. SHARE The following is a guest post by Suhayl Laher In today’s post, we’re offering some advice for first-time homeowners on areas where spending a little bit more is likely to pay off in the long-run. From valuable aesthetic updates in key areas such ... read more

Selling Your Home: 5 Bathroom Renovations that will Pay Off

Giving your home some targeted TLC before selling can increase its value at a time when that matters most.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on November 25, 2019 in  Bathroom  Decorating  Design  Home  Home Decor  Home Design  Home Improvement  Home Improvements  Home Updates  Home Value  inside the Home
The following is a guest post by Alex Jones – content writer for Jaguar On the journey to selling your home, it can be all too easy to focus solely on finding your new dream property and forget to ensure the home you leave behind is a dream property for its next inhabitants. Creating a beautiful living space that you’ll soon be leaving may seem counterproductive, but the good news is giving your home some targeted TLC before selling can increase its value at a time when that matters most. To help you ... read more

8 Guides That Make You a Better Homeowner

Being a homeowner is rewarding, but it comes with a lot of responsibility. Luckily, there are many tools and guides to help you!
Posted by Krissy Stewart on August 12, 2019 in  Home  Home Care  Home Improvement  Home Maintenance  Home Ownership  Home Tips  Professional  Property
The following is a guest post written by Jessica Thiefels. Homeownership in the U.S. is increasing, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In fact, the Q2 2018 U.S. homeownership rate was 64.3 percent, up from 64.2 percent in Q1 2018 and 63.7 percent in Q2 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Being a homeowner is exciting and rewarding—not to mention it comes with a lot of perks. No more landlord, no more renting, and no more leases. While owning a home has a long list of benefits... read more

9 Quick Ways to Refresh a Room

When you long to freshen up a room but your hours or funds are limited, consider one or more of these speedy little projects.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on July 24, 2019 in  Decorating  Design  DIY  Home  Home Decor  Home Design  Home Improvement  Home Updates
When you long to freshen up a room but your hours or funds are limited, consider one or more of these speedy little projects. By dabbling in DIY or simply switching things around, you may be able to satisfy the urge for a new look without having to commit to a full-on makeover. Claire Clerc 1. Mimic the look of a headboard. A painted panel behind a bed makes a surprisingly effective headboard. Mark off the area with professional-quality painters tape to avoid color bleeds and achieve a neat edge. Then ... read more

5 Home Features That Can Impact Your Insurance Rate

Take these upgrades that commonly impact rates into consideration, and you may start writing smaller checks.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on May 31, 2019 in  DIY  Home  Home Care  Home Improvement  Home Insurance  Home Maintenance  Home Ownership  Home Tips  Home Updates
The following is a guest post from Paul Martin The way home insurance rates are calculated can seem like a mystery. However, once you understand the mindset of the insurance company, it becomes easier to figure out. To lower your home insurance rate, you’ll need to honestly review some key features of your home that could be costing you big bucks. Take these upgrades that commonly impact rates into consideration, and you may start writing smaller checks.1. The condition of your plumbing One of the biggest con... read more

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