Spring cleaning is a great time to de-clutter, sanitize, and spruce up the interior and exterior of your house. Following are five areas you might be overlooking when it comes to deep cleaning your home.
Although granite countertops have become a popular choice for many homeowners, the vast majority are unsure of how to properly clean and maintain the stone's surface. While you can purchase "granite cleaner" there are other ways you can...
These 20 Housing Markets Are Heating Up
Find out which housing markets in April are seeing homes sell the fastest and buyer demand surging.
What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?
Learn how homeowners insurance can protect you against different types of disasters, how much they cost, and which policy is right for you.
Real Estate Appraisal: What Appraisers Look At
Understanding what a real estate appraiser looks for during an appraisal can help you prepare for this required part of selling a home.
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26 Giving Tips for Church Communicators
It's not always easy to talk about money in the church, but it's still important to communicate well. We've got 26 giving tips from the community.
RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News
Wholesaling real estate is often a good entry point for new investors. When done right, investors never even own the real estate. They control it through a contract with an option to buy but not an obligation to buy. While it doesn’t take much cash to invest in wholesale real estate, it does take get …
How to Deal with Residential Water Damage
Water may be essential to human life, but it can spell death for a home. Water damage can cause all sorts of headache for homeowners, both immediately after the damage occurs and in the long run. From floods to leaky faucets, water damage...
What Does an Attic Inspection Involve?
Attics are an important part of the home inspection and the roof inspection. When an inspector ventures into an attic, he/she looks at the following: Amount of insulation and type of insulation Amount of ventilation and describe the type: static, turbine, power ventilator, gable, soffit Electrical wiring Type of framing — whether it is traditionally framed or trusses Type of sheathing — whether it is plywood or oriented strand board (OSB) The attic opening — whether it is of adequate size