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Smart Homes and Their Benefits

April 17, 2018

Smart house sales and home builds are on the rise. They are a combination of modern building ingenuity with the convenience of technology. Smart homes can be built from scratch exactly to homeowners’ specifications, or an already existing home can be easily remodeled to become a smart home. But is it all really worth it? The benefits of a smart house can outweigh […]

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How to Increase Your Home’s Resale Value

April 10, 2018

When you begin thinking of buying your home, you probably think it’s as simple as hiring a Real Estate agent and listing the home as high as possible so you can make some money back. Pop the “For Sale” sign in the front yard, give the house a good cleaning, and you’re good go go, right? To ensure you’ve taken all the necessary […]

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The Benefits of an Eco-Friendly Home

April 3, 2018

Living in an eco-friendly home is not only beneficial to its occupants, but also to the planet. Eco-friendly homes offer comfort, durability, lower energy bills, and an increase in value when it comes time to resell. Here are a few simple tips to make a home eco-friendlier: Paint Choices Volatile organic compounds are chemicals found in many paints and building materials that easily […]

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Estero Ranks Amongst Top Cities with Best Money Management Skills

March 27, 2018

If you have ever applied for a loan or a credit card, you know how significant your credit score is in attempting to attain credit. Credit scores represent financial habits and also show how well someone is at managing their debts. As a method in determining where across the United States Americans are best at handling their finances, WalletHub compared the median credit scores of […]

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Year-to-Year Homeownership Rate Increase

March 6, 2018

The U.S. homeownership rate rose to 64.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017 from 63.7 percent a year earlier, according to data released recently by the U.S. Census Bureau. The year-to-year increase is the first one in 13 years, and it was driven by young buyers who purchased their first homes. The share of Americans who own a home has been on […]

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