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How To Prepare Your Home For Fall

How To Prepare Your Home For Fall

Summer weather is coming to an end, which means fall is approaching! Now is the perfect time to tidy up your home before the cold weather hits. Here’s a list of projects to take on before fall comes full swing.    Clean Out Gutters Cleaning out your gutters is not a fun task, but it is something that needs done annually to prevent damage to your home. People don't ofte

Seven Smart Products For Your Home

Seven Smart Products For Your Home

Smart devices for your home are hot on the market right now and they are doing more than just playing your favorite song! You can now turn off your lights, vacuum the floors and even lock your front door! Check out some of our favorite smart products below.   Ring Doorbell With a simple installation process, the Ring Doorbell can improve your home’s safety and make life a

Tips and Tricks For A Clutter Free Laundry Room

Tips and Tricks For A Clutter Free Laundry Room

Love it or hate it, but doing laundry is unavoidable. While there are many tips and tricks to make the weekly chore less tedious, we may be overlooking one of the things that influences our laundering life more than anything: the laundry room itself. A laundry room that’s organized runs smoothly and is pleasant to work in, both things that may entice us to quit avoiding the chore. &nbs

Things To Do This Labor Day Weekend

Things To Do This Labor Day Weekend

With Labor Day weekend approaching fast, you may be wondering what you and your family can do to celebrate some extra time off. If you’re planning on spending the long weekend with your family, we’ve put together a few fun activities the entire family will be sure to love.    Take A Roadtrip The three-day weekend is the perfect time to drive somewhere new. Get the ki

Ways To Make Your Move Easier With A Furry Friend

Ways To Make Your Move Easier With A Furry Friend

Moving into a new home is a process that can be described as tedious and anxiety-ridden, but did you know that your dog indeed feels the exact same way about it? Moving into a new house with a pet can be an uncertain, drawn-out process that can cause them a great deal of stress. After all, dogs tend to crave familiarity, and moving from their familiar setting to a new home can take quite some time

A Parent’s Guide For Back To School Season

A Parent’s Guide For Back To School Season

Can you believe it is already that time of year again? Back to school! While your children may be overly excited or even a bit worried about new teachers, new subjects and meeting their friends, the days leading up to the first day back are always busy and stressful. The best way to prepare your children for the new school year is making an organized, well thought-out plan.    Here

You're An Empty Nester, Now What?

You're An Empty Nester, Now What?

It’s that time of year when many homeowners around the nation find themselves facing a new chapter in their lives, we like to call it the empty nest. Though various circumstances can lead to an empty nest including college and new careers, homeowners who suddenly find themselves in a big, empty home often are faced with making the same decision: Should we stay in this house as it is, remodel

Most Desirable Features Homebuyers Want in 2022

Most Desirable Features Homebuyers Want in 2022

Virtual interior designer/home stager Stuccco.com compiled a wish list from numerous online sources that experts say homebuyers want in 2022. Many popular features aren’t what home sellers may think. Before you upgrade your home to sell, consider these top five homebuyer preferences: Laundry rooms  Exterior lighting  Ceiling fans  Patios &

Five Questions To Ask Yourself If You Are Considering An Addition On Your Home

Five Questions To Ask Yourself If You Are Considering An Addition On Your Home

Summer may be the time for switching it up when it comes to your home, but that doesn’t have to mean buying a new home and starting all over. In fact, if you’re a long-time homeowner whose home just isn’t measuring up to all your needs and wants anymore, you could consider adding on to the home you love instead of abandoning it altogether. Has the home renovation bug bit you t

How To Purchase A Home If You Have Student Loan Debt

How To Purchase A Home If You Have Student Loan Debt

Many people who want to buy a home put it off until they can completely pay off their student loan debt. And while that is a responsible choice, it is not a necessity. As long as you do a thorough examination of your current debt, financial priorities, and maximize the following aspects of your finances, you can qualify for a home loan.     Improve Your Credit Score  T