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Updated: Wednesday, November 13, 2019


Drew Barrymores Peel-And-Stick Wallpaper Is Here to Dress up Your Holiday Home
Written By: Jaymi Naciri

We know what youre thinking: Isnt that for rentals? Let us tell you whats so great about peel-and-stick wallpaper regardless of where you live: Its temporary. It allows you to take risks with your interior design in a way you might not consider with less-temporary dcor items like, say, actual wallpaper. You can take it down and put something els...


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Tips to Check the Feng Shui of Your Home
Written By: Terrel Watkins

A strong and healthy front doorIn feng shui, houses are absorbing most of the needed energy nourishment via the front door, so the stronger your front door, the more good feng shui energy it can absorb. And the more good feng shui energy your door can absorb, the better energy there is to support you Having a strong feng shui front door is a bit...


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What Do Millennials Want? We Now Have a Better Idea
Written By: Jaymi Naciri

Millennials tend to have higher expectations than older homeowners did about their ideal starter home, according to a new survey by Clovered, said REALTOR Magazine.nbsp;If you look at the buying trends of millennials, its clear that while they may be waiting longer to purchase their first home, their expectations of what that house should includ...


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Identifying Dangerous Products in the Home
Written By: Jim Adair

Last year, the Consumer Products Safety Program CPSP, part of Health Canada, received 2,355 reports about dangerous products, of which 22 involved a death and another 917 referred to a non-fatal injury. This list includes consumer products and cosmetics, but not vehicles, medical or food products, which are monitored by separate divisions of Hea...


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Is This the Future of Rent-To-Buy?
Written By: Jaymi Naciri

One of the main reasons why rent-to-own agreements are attractive to renters is because they can engage to a contract even though they have a bad credit status, said Passive Real Estate Investing.nbsp;He or she can improve their credit rating by renting the property and later on, they may be able to get a loan to purchase the property.Another be...


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The Beginners Guide to House Hacking
Written By: Ben Mizes

In reality, house hacking helps you break into the real estate investment market while also covering your own housing expenses.nbsp;That last part is huge. For most people, their biggest bill is their rent or mortgage, with the average rent in the United States hitting an all-time high of 1,405 last year. Theyre spending hundreds of dollars each...


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Building New? Make Sure Your Preapproval is Ready for Your Permanent Mortgage
Written By: David Reed

Funds for construction are provided to the builder in phases and not issued in one lump sum. For the first draw it might be to clear and prep the lot. The second might be to begin framing for the foundation and so on until the home is ultimately completed. During this time, the lender will send out an inspector who will verify the funded stage h...


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Troubleshooting Plumbing Issues
Written By: Harris Johnston

Broken pipesOrange County, for example, is one of the most densely populated places in America, and it is facing an expensive problem. About a fifth of the areas water pipes are coming to the end of their useful lifespan. Not only are the pipes a bit old, but the soil is also corrosive. Of course, much of the pipe that needs to be replaced is th...


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5 Surprising Ways to Invest in Your House
Written By: Carol Evenson

Expanded DrivewayOne area that many people never think about changing is their driveway. Over the years, a lot of people have learned that they can expand their driveway to hold more cars. This is especially useful if you have multiple vehicles that members of your family drive.In the average neighborhood, there is simply not enough space for mo...


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The VA Funding Fee Explained
Written By: David Reed

VA loans are reserved for a select set of borrowers. These include veterans of the armed forces, active duty personnel with at least 181 days of service, National Guard and Armed Forces Reserve members with at least six years of service and unremarried, surviving spouses of those who have died while serving or as a result of a service->Closing c...


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Can Regular Maintenance Save You Money On AC Repairs
Written By: Andrew Young

How Often Should Maintenance Be Done to Avoid AC Repairs?Depending on the expert company for AC repairsnbsp; you talk to, you should get regular maintenance done at least once a year. Some professionals say that twice is better. Ideally, the service should happen every six months, once in the Spring and again in the Fall. If you can only afford ...


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Holiday First Look: 2019 Color Trends
Written By: Jaymi Naciri

While early November might be a tad too early to actually start putting up lights and changing out pumpkins for Santa, were definitely not above planning and shopping right now. And this year, were all about getting creative with the color story. These are the color trends were seeing for this year.Blue and greenPinterest searches for blue and g...


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Insulated Concrete Forms Growing in Popularity as Safeguard From Natural Disasters
Written By: Jaymi Naciri

Dallas-based builder Hoffmann Homes is putting that assertion to the test, building several homes in the city using ICFs, which he says can safeguard them from storms far greater than what just rumbled through.One North Texas builder says homes he builds can withstand wind from an EF-5 tornado, said NBCDFW From the road, youd never know one of h...


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6 Essential Things to Consider While Buying Property Overseas
Written By: Emily Johnson

However, with international real estate, you have to factor in every issue >How to Ease the Process of Investing in Real Estate Overseas?The first two things that come to mind when purchasing an international property are travel and legal issues. If you are going to buy an overseas real estate, you will have to deal with both these problems at o...


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Hidden Commission amp; Emerging Transparency
Written By: PJ Wade

Disruption and transparency are driving forces in many industries, but not when it comes to learning the cost of selling your home or the possibility of negotiating real estate commission, which is based on a percentage of the sale price.nbsp; Disclosure of fees has become the norm online and off, but not in real estate.nbsp; Consumers expect t...


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Is New Construction for You? Weve Got the Pros and Cons to Buying New
Written By: Jaymi Naciri

Con: No haggling allowedNegotiating is a key part of buying a resale home. But if youre looking to negotiate the price on something new, you may be disappointed. Builders and developers dont generally like to lower the price of homes since it tends to aggravate those who purchased previously and didnt get the benefit of a discount.nbsp;Pro: But ...


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Ghosted? 3 Reasons Why Youre Not Closing Millennial Buyers
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Tim McMullen showing an unpolished, raw perspective on a property.nbsp;

Dont just share your victories. Share the tough moments and the difficult work that goes into the job you do. Let them know what happens behind the scenes. Explain why youre passionate about the work you do and why youre motivated to put people into their dream homes. Millennials are highly value-driven and will feel compelled to

This behavior has become prevalent among millennials in their dating lives, social lives, and even their careers. But why do millennials do this? More importantly, how can we as realtors spend less of our precious time chasing down these ghost leads?nbsp;As a millennial agent in San Francisco, I understand the roots of why millennials behave thi...


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The VA Funding Fee Explained
Written By: David Reed

VA loans are reserved for a select set of borrowers. These include veterans of the armed forces, active duty personnel with at least 181 days of service, National Guard and Armed Forces Reserve members with at least six years of service and unremarried, surviving spouses of those who have died while serving or as a result of a service->Closing c...


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