The True Cost of Home Improvement – An infographic by HomeAdvisor
Summer Moving Tips
Summer officilally kicks off this weekend with the start of Memorial Day. Moving in the summer when many people do in our region of the country, can be a challenge. Preparation goes a long way in ensuing a smooth transistion;
Here are ten tips you can follow for an easier move:
Think about this: Can I handle the move alone? or do I need to hire a licensed moving company for a full-service or partial-service move? The answer to this depends on your family's budget, available time and lifestyle. Before you choose a moving company to ...
New House or an Old One?
When you think about buying a home, one of the first questions that come to mind is whether you buy an old house or a new one. A new house may be attractive because everything is new. Nothing has been used yet. The walls are clean, the closets have never been used before, they come with energy-efficient appliances and you won't have to spend on repairs because of wear and tear. On the other hand, you may fall in love with traditional look and feel of an old house.
When you're at a crossroad, ...
Happy home, happy heart. Home is where the heart is. Home Sweet Home. We have heard it all, every idyom that exists regarding (happy) homes. But what does this all mean? At the root of it, why do use happy and home synonymously...?
Beacause home is a feeling.
Dreaming about how this magnificent home is looking and feeling on this chilly but gloriously sunny winter day....