Wrapping It All Up: Don’t Forget These Important Tasks After Closing on Your New Home

Topics: Home Buyer Tips

The negotiations are over. The seller has accepted your bid and the paperwork has been signed. Shortly, you’ll be handed the keys to your new home and you can start moving in. But of course, the work doesn’t end after the real estate closing process. In fact, it’s just beginning! In today’s article, we’ll share a few essential tasks that you’ll want to get to work on after the closing process is over.

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Best Indoor Plants for your Office

Topics: Around The Home

Adding some plants to your office can really brighten up your space. Indoor plants can create a homier atmosphere and even purify the air around your office! Aloe: Aloe is super low-maintenance and also serves a purpose! Cut open the leaves and use the fresh aloe for sunburns, itchiness or anything else you’d use aloe vera […]

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Fall Design Trends for Your Home

Topics: Around The Home

Design trends come and go, and this fall is no different. If you’re in the market to update your home, check out these designs trends that you’ll be seeing everywhere!   Bronze finishes Bronze is back, baby! Use bronze finishes around your home in things like hardware and decorating pieces like picture frames and art. […]

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DIY Home Projects: Creating a Study Space That Will Help Your Children Stay Focused

Topics: Around The Home

If you’re a parent of school-aged children, you’ve likely been concerned with their study habits at some point. Sitting down in front of the television or at the dinner table to crack open the books is going to be less efficient than doing so in a quieter, more productive work space. Let’s explore how to create a study space that will help keep your children focused and on task.

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August 16 2017

Shelly Ragan

NAHB: Builder Sentiment Surges in August

Topics: Home Values

Home builder confidence in housing market conditions surged in August after sagging to an eight-month low in July. The National Association of Home Builders reported a July reading of 68 in August after analysts expected a one- point increase from July’s Housing Market Index reading of 64. Any reading over 50 indicates that more builders consider housing market conditions positive than those who do not.

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