Archive for February 10, 2016
Now that the recession is behind us and the housing market is stabilizing, we’re gradually moving into a real estate seller’s market. After years of having to take a loss or walk away from your mortgage in order to get out of your house, now selling your home for the amount you paid (or more) is becoming a reality again.
The trick is getting your home into the kind of shape that makes a buyer want to shell out the money you need to get out of it. Anyone who knows peanuts about the real estate market will tell you the greatest factor that attracts buyers to a home is the kitchen design, closely followed by the bathroom design.
If your home’s layout and design are outdated, the best way to bump up the value and get home buyers eager to give you their money is to invest in at least a min
We’ve all seen the news. Weather is becoming more and more unpredictable worldwide, and the strength of major storms has been steadily increasing in recent years. Between 2000 and 2009, there were 14 recorded hurricanes in the United States, causing billions of dollars worth of damage and leaving millions of people homeless due to storm damage. Many of these people thought their homes were safe, only to find that they were wrong. Is your home as safe as it could be? There’s likely one area of home safety you haven’t thought about yet: impact doors.
The construction of impact resistant doors and windows differs greatly from traditional window and door design, and this difference could end up saving you