Window sill damage is common. Even if the window doesn’t leak, water condensation takes a toll on the sill. It can cause it to rot, warp or crack. Sun damage is also common. Even the best finishing products won’t protect it indefinitely, and the sun will bleach the sill or cause it to expand and contract, making it fit poorly, or effect the way the window closes or opens. If your sill is giving you problems, you can remove and replace it in about an hour. read more
Curb appeal may bring potential buyers to the door, but it’s the living spaces inside that sell the home. Many sellers focus on making sure that the living room and…(Read More)The post Tips for Staging Kitchens and Bathrooms When Selling appeared first on realtor.com® blog. read more
The cost of a home is determined mainly by two components: price and mortgage rate. Today, we want to show how the monthly cost of purchasing a median priced home has changed over the last twelve months and how it might change over the next twelve months. For the first two examples, we will be […] read more
A move to a colder climate is more involved than adjusting to an occasional red nose and chilly fingers. read more
Have you ever thought, “I sure would love to have… read more
The mortgage application maze is pockmarked with obstacles. If you don’t watch your Ps and Qs you won’t know the DOs and DON’Ts you should engage during the process. Mortgage Capital Associates says it all best in Kimberly Rotter’s infographic. Check it out.The post Mortgage application dos and don’ts appeared first on DeadlineNews.Com.
Homeowners who live along the nation’s coasts and river valleys are discovering that changes made to the National Flood Insurance Program are causing their insurance premiums to skyrocket at alarming rates. read more
Custom-made front doors that make a great first impression. read more