Not too long ago in our country's history, talking about making your house "greener" might get you labeled a hippie tree-hugger. But times change, and as gas, electricity, and water prices creep up, more and more homeowners are seeing the (strong) advantages that come with…
Youâve got some extra money in your pocketâmaybe from tax returns, maybe a bonus windfallâand you want to use it to beautify your house. Excellent choice! Your home is one of the biggest financial investments youâll make in your lifetime.
Real estate investing is gaining in popularity, and like any investment, the goal is to make money. Itâs an ever-changing game, and if you donât know how to play it well, you could lose. Hereâs how to get started investing in real estate.
What does a home inspection involve? There are dozens of features that a home inspector will examine to ensure the home's safety and habitability. Here are some of the things you can expect your inspector to check out.
Even though home inspections cover just about everything in the home that could cause an issue, they can't look inside walls, under floors, or tear the house apart to find each and every potential issue. Here are the problems that they're most likely to miss.