5 DIY Projects for DIYers

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Everything and the Kitchen Sink: 5 Projects for DIYers

(BPT)—Much of the expense of a kitchen renovation comes from the labor involved—but many remodeling projects, such as backsplash installment or cabinet refurbishment, can be completed by homeowners with DIY experience. If you’re of the “can-do” variety, consider “hiring out” the following projects—to yourself!

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By Kyle Hannegan

In today’s competitive market with such low inventory and high demand from buyers, many sellers are receiving multiple offers on their home. But if you’re a seller, which offer should you choose? While you may think the obvious answer is to go with the highest offer, it is actually more complicated than that. Here are some tips to help you navigate any multiple-offer situation:

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Bigger, Better Remodels: Who to Hire and How to Do It

The bigger, the better. That’s the sentiment many of us agree on when it comes to remodeling, according to a recently released National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) survey indicating a rise in additions and whole-house remodels. Remodeling spending is following suit, reports the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, up to $325 billion by the beginning of 2017.

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5 Tips for a Smooth Home Purchase

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

5 Tips for a Smooth Home Purchase

If you’re planning on purchasing a home this year, here are a few tips to keep things moving smoothly throughout the process.

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Replacing Windows? 3 Tips!

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

Replacing Windows? 3 Tips for the Kitchen and Bath

(BPT)—Dollar for dollar, one of the most valuable improvements you can make to your home is replacing the windows. New windows not only increase energy-efficiency, but also offer optimal natural lighting and ventilation.

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