From Renter to Owner: Buying Your First Home

The way many people tell the tale, buying a home is a soul-draining process that devours entire months of your life. True, the timeline for working through finding and financing a new home is not insignificant. But good things take time. The transition from renter to owner doesn’t have to be intimidating if you knowContinue Reading

5 Ways to Prep Your Lawn for Fall

Summer is winding down, and as your grass grows even greener, it’s time to start thinking about how you can prepare it for fall, especially if you plan to stage your home for sale. Pay mind to the following tips on late summer lawn care. Aerate the area. Late summer/early fall is a great timeContinue Reading

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5 Home Improvements You Can Do for Less Than $250

While you might have some-day plans for redoing the kitchen or finishing the basement, right now you can chip away at smaller improvements around the house that are well within your budget, but will make a big difference in your daily life. Plus, these projects can be done in a weekend and won’t cause aContinue Reading

6 Things to Consider When Downsizing Your Home in Retirement

If you’re heading into retirement, you want to make the most of your fixed income. One common strategy is to downside your living space. If you sell your home and move into a smaller space, you can conceivably cut your monthly expenses and grow your nest egg at the same time. But downsizing isn’t alwaysContinue Reading