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  • Evaluate Your House for a Two-Story Addition

    Adding a two-story addition to your house will enhance your property’s value and help you gain a considerable amount of living space. But before you engage a design professional and remodeling contractor, it’s important to educate yourself about building codes, structural issues, and the professional expertise needed to accomplish your goals. A thorough understanding of the process ensures that the all phases of the work proceed smoothly and without costly delays. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Heating and Cooling a Two-Story Addition

    Building a two-story addition requires a heating and cooling system to make it a comfortable and usable living space. The obvious option may be to extend your existing system, depending on its capacity. However, it might be more fuel-efficient to upgrade your entire system, or install a stand-alone system designed specifically to service only the new rooms. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Delinquent HOA Fees: How to Collect

    As difficult as it may be, there’s really only one way to deal with homeowners who aren’t paying community association fees: Get tough. Read the rest of this entry »

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    5 Tips for Deciphering Your Home Loan’s Good-faith Estimate

    When you’re shopping for a mortgage loan, it’s sometimes hard to understand the jargon lenders use in the good-faith estimate explaining the costs and fees you’ll pay when taking out a mortgage.

    When you apply for a mortgage, the lender has three days to give you a good-faith estimate of the fees and interest rate you’ll pay, as well as other loan terms. Here are five tips for using the new three-page form to your advantage. Read the rest of this entry »

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    5 Tips for Buying a Foreclosure

    When lenders take over a home through foreclosure, they want to sell it as quickly as possible. Since lenders aren’t in the real estate business, they turn to real estate brokers for help marketing their properties. Buying a foreclosed home through the multiple listing service can be a bargain, but it can also be a problem-filled process. Here are five tips to help you buy smart. Read the rest of this entry »

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    12 Causes and Cures for Common Home Maintenance Problems

    Your house sometimes acts as if it’s alive — making strange sounds, emitting odd odors, and giving visual cues that say something might be amiss.

    Here’s how to interpret what your house is trying to tell you, and how to recognize the early warnings of common home maintenance problems that are easily solved if caught early: Read the rest of this entry »

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