Month: October 2020

Home Insurance: The Problems

Home Insurance: The Problems

A house is. Besides representing a substantial part of your net worth, your house can be central to the life of your family. That is the reason why homeowners insurance is so important despite the price and the complicated process of selecting the ideal type of insurance for your home. Limits One of the problems …

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FHA Credit Score Requirements

FHA Credit Score Requirements

One of the wonderful benefits of the FHA mortgage loan is that people who wouldn’t qualify for an affordable conventional mortgage loan might be able to qualify for an FHA loan. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, commonly called”HUD,” supplies guaranteed payment to the creditor on all FHA loans. Since banks are eager …

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A New Survey Shows What You Need in Your Kitchen

A New Survey Shows What You Need in Your Kitchen

Let’s talk of the favorite topics of everyone: your kitchen and you. In a recent poll, we asked homeowners to answer a string of questions regarding their kitchen remodeling strategies. The results are in and, wow, you despise your current kitchen countertops. Can’t we all just get along with Formica and tile? Apparently not. Of …

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Give the Old College Try to This Style

Give the Old College Try to This Style

There is a crispness in the air, the leaves are starting to change, football season is in full swing and school students are well into their semesters, looking forward to fall break. I am so jealous of them! I think my own thoughts about classic collegiate design stem out of your romantic ideal of brick …

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8 Clutter-Busting Garage Storage Solutions

8 Clutter-Busting Garage Storage Solutions

Our garages play an essential function in our everyday living. Of course, they protect our vehicles in the elements. But more often than not, they also become dumping grounds for tools, cleaning products and seasonal equipment. These tips may help you make the most out of this frequently overcrowded and underused area. Built-ins, pegboards, slat …

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An Opposite-Tastes Couple Finds a Happy Medium

An Opposite-Tastes Couple Finds a Happy Medium

For couples, picking and decorating a home is all about compromise. But let us face it, which can be tough, especially if your tastes and your spouse’s are polar opposites. Take first time homeowners Mike and Kathryn Zabik. He favors a big urban loft. She favors a farmhouse. He loves contemporary fittings and an open …

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