Bathroom Remodeling: What’s New for 2014?

Planning to remodel your bathroom? Have you thought of an idea? We interviewed some of the best home designers in the country, and here is what they suggested. Design it like a spa Want to relax after a tiring day? What are the perfect places where you...

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Repair Your Furnace as Soon as the Need Arises

Does the furnace in your home need a replacement after the long, hard winter? We know that repairing can be quite expensive at times. The thing is that if you delay maintenance of your furnace, you are just exposing yourself to more risks, not to...

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Hardwood Flooring Primary Choice for Consumers

Flooring is an important home designing element that drastically affects the overall look of a room. Be it the kitchen or the dining room, a beautiful floor is a must-have so that the appearance looks appealing. According to a representative at a company that installs flooring;...

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Improve Your Home with Your Tax Refund

The 15th of April is looming close. Are you done with your taxes or are you still procrastinating? For those who are through with them, do you owe the government or do they owe you? If it is the former, we cannot help you much,...

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Extreme Weather Affects Home Building

A couple of weeks before, a number of reports claimed that the confidence of home builders was surging. The trend has reversed but hopefully for just a short time. This month the confidence of US homebuilders has suffered because extreme weather has resulted in potential...

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Ready to Sell?

So you think you are ready to sell your home? That is really good, but we hope you did not make this decision in haste.  There is so much uncertainty in the real estate market right now that home sellers are not very sure if...

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The End of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act

The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act was implemented in the year 2007 to help troubled homeowners manage their finances in a better way. Under this act, any mortgage debt was exempted from taxes, provided the lenders had forgiven it. In the era after the crisis,...

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Home Buyer’s Survival Guide

The real estate market is recovering, but stability is still not certain. Currently, it is the seller that has the upper hand. But that doesn’t mean that the buyer can’t have his way. By exhibiting some prudence, you can easily save some substantial money while...

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New eSignature Requirements for Lenders

DocuSign joins the rest of the United States real estate industry in applauding the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Office of Single Family Housing’s expansion of lender authority to accept electronic signatures on documents associated with mortgage loans. The publication of Mortgagee Letter 2014-03 is the...

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