March 2019

Found 6 blog entries for March 2019.

Moving can often be an overwhelming and stressful process. You can easily forget important steps you need to complete, and you might be left rushing around trying to get everything together at the last moment. Moving to a new place can often be challenging because you will have to acclimate to your new surroundings. Therefore, it can be beneficial if you are well-prepared for moving ahead of time. This will make the process much simpler and will allow you to focus your attention on adjusting to your new environment. The following information will provide a closer look at ten helpful tips for making your move more efficient and successful:

Use Color-Coded Box Labels

Marking all of your boxes with color-coded labels is a great way to streamline your

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While a classic, green lawn is certainly beautiful, more and more people are considering alternative options. An increasing number of home buyers are turning away from high-maintenance lawns and searching for something that’s both easier and more eco-friendly in terms of water usage. If you’re of a similar mindset but aren’t sure where to start, then check out these 5 great landscape alternatives to lawns.

1. Patios

You’d be hard-pressed to find a lawn alternative that’s easier to maintain than a patio--or one that’s better suited for cookouts and get-togethers. In order to maximize the potential of your yard as far as enjoyment is concerned, make sure you include a shady spot where you can set up your patio furniture and recline safely.

To bring

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In today's cut-throat and volatile real estate environment, sellers often find themselves struggling to attract suitable buyers for their properties. We live in a world where the housing market is brought to us at our fingertips, and platforms such as Zillow, Trulia, and Redfin are virtual online shopping catalogs for houses.

In order to attract buyers and sell successfully, one needs to understand and adapt to the fast-changing technology. Although other factors are important, the key to attracting buyers in today's world is making a strong first-time impression.

A strong impression can be efficiently achieved by providing as much visual detail as possible in a given property listing. If your goal is to attract quality buyers and truly showcase the

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A housing bubble, or real estate bubble, is an unsustainable increase in housing prices powered by speculation, heightened demand, and "irrational exuberance."

A housing bubble, like other kinds of economic bubbles, often occurs in the context of predatory lending, poorly thought out mortgages, and lowered interest rates with the Federal Reserve. This very constellation of factors came together to fuel the 2008 Subprime mortgage; subprime mortgages were named such because they were mortgages of lower quality.

What's worse, these subprime mortgages were secured by the big banks leading up to the 2008 housing market collapse. The fact that what otherwise would have been decentralized assets - housing markets are traditionally thought to be

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Five Home Improvements That Will Protect Your Home from Moisture Damage

With the climate changes that are occurring, the geographic location that you live in may have more wet weather conditions. Rain, snow, and ice can destroy the materials of your home, but there are things that you can do to protect it from the exposure to moisture. Here is a list of home improvement projects that can protect your home from wet weather.

Home Improvement 1: Checking the Windows

You should inspect your home's windows and window frames several times a year to make sure that the moisture from ice, snow or rain isn't leaking into your home. Perform this inspection inside and outside your home because the moisture can leak into the siding of a home to rot the

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Metal shipping containers are definitely a popular trend in the tiny house movement. At first glance, a shipping container might seem like the perfect solution for small space living. They are affordable to purchase and are seemingly the complete package with exterior walls, a floor, and a roof. So, what could possibly be the downside? There are a few reasons metal shipping containers are not really as practical as they promise to be. Let’s explore 5 of the disadvantages so that you are properly prepared for this journey.

Transport and Delivery

Shipping containers are quite heavy. Weights can range from 2 to 4 tons. Once you purchase a container you then have to figure out how to get it delivered to your land. You will need to hire a hauling company

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