Home is where health begins. From carpets and wall colours to window shades and overhead lighting, your home can play a role in how much you weigh, your mood, and even your cancer risk. It's important to eliminate toxins, pollutants and other health risks from your home. There are many small changes that you can do to make your home healthier and improve your mood. The following recommendations can be implemented immediately and won't cost you anything.
Before making the decision to buy, people shopping for homes consider many factors, including the location of the house, the school district, size of the lot and also interior features. Most buyers insist on a house that grants most of their wishes, but shoppers often settle for a house without getting everything they want.
Water is one of the world's most precious commodities. Whether you're building a new home, have purchased an older home, or are simply trying to cut down on utility bills, there are many measures you can take to conserve water.
It’s that time of year to make new goals and resolutions. There are probably some financial resolutions on your list, or at least there should be. Some may be broad, such as “Save more money.” Some may be specific, such as “Buy a home before July.” Here are 5 realistic, specific financial resolutions you can add to your 2016 resolution list and how to achieve them.
While saving on Real Estate commissions can seem appealing when trying to sell your home, listing your home For Sale by Owner, or FSBO, can end up costing you more time and money than what it’s worth. Consider the following pitfalls of selling your own home to determine if you want to move forward on your own or if you would rather hire a Real Estate professional to assist you.
When thinking of building a new construction home, follow these five tips to ensure you get the most out of your money.
When buying or selling a house, choosing the right Real Estate agent is essential. And choosing the wrong Real Estate agent can be a disaster. Here are five red flags to watch out for when choosing your Real Estate agent:
1. Why do I need to talk to a bank before starting to look for homes?