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Signs of Foundation Problems in Your Home

There’s a reason they call it the “foundation.” It’s the root of your house and everything built on top of it is relying on its stability to stay intact. Catching foundational problems early and fixing them can prevent further damage and costs.

Seven Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal

Home sellers often spend tens of thousands on interior home improvements and upgrades, in order to increase the potential sale price of their property. However, the outside of your home is what buyers see first. It also has the potential to attract buyers just cruising through the neighborhood. If you’re thinking about selling your property, […]

How to Pay for Emergency Home Repairs

Sixty-five percent of U.S. homeowners reported that their house needed repairs to make it safe or resolve damage, according to a NerdWallet survey. There are a number of reasons your home may need major, unexpected repairs. Maybe there was a natural disaster, such as a wildfire or hurricane. Or it might just be the result […]

What You Should Be Doing to Maintain Your Rental Property — and What Could Happen If You Don’t

One of the most expensive and time-consuming responsibilities of a landlord is maintaining the rental property. As a landlord, it’s your job to ensure that the property is habitable (free from infestation and has satisfactory heating, water, electricity, and is structurally sound). If something breaks to no fault of the tenant, it’s typically your responsibility […]

What to Do When a Contractor Does Poor Work

Homeowners always start out home renovation projects or new home builds excited about what could be. They envision a home that’s the envy of the whole block. The work they’re requesting might scale from minor updates (new kitchen backsplash and hardwood floors) to major overalls (converting a patio or garage into an additional bedroom) or […]