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July 3, 2018

Red, White & BBQ Entertainment Guide

Do you want to be the host or hostess with the mostest this summer? Then check out our Red, White & BBQ Entertainment Guide and entertain in style!
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June 21, 2018

Uncommon Uses for Common Things

To our surprise, there are multiple ways to use certain common household items in and around your home. Read on to see how.
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June 19, 2018

The US Landlord Index: College Towns & Cities

Just whereabouts, in the US, however, can bring you the best returns as an investor? Where should you be investing to get the best yield? Read on to find out.
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June 14, 2018

Ride Out Hurricane Season with This Emergency Preparedness Kit!

Despite the same threat to homes and communities year after year, disaster preparedness is essential for ensuring the safety of your home and family. This emergency preparedness kit will help in a hurricane.
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June 7, 2018

The Best Roadside Attractions by State

Find out about the best roadside oddities and road trip attractions across the country and see what your state has to offer!
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June 6, 2018

NBA Finals Cause Major Economic Impact On Host Cities

From employment to home prices, there seems to be a correlation between economic changes and hosting the NBA championships. We explain the impacts on the housing market and more.
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June 1, 2018

Facts & Analysis About HGTV’s “Fixer Upper”

So, Are You Ready to See What Makes Up a Fixer Upper?

When we’re off the clock for the day, the team can’t resist tuning into HGTV and one of our favorite shows happens to be Fixer Upper. Armed with sledgehammers, safety glasses, and shiplap, Chip and Joanna Gaines seek out houses that could use some serious TLC and flip them into beautiful, modern homes with a Fixer Upper twist for each episode’s featured family.

After watching a few episodes, we realized that there was one thing Joanna seemed to feature in almost every episode: shiplap. This rustic, exposed wood look made an appearance or was mentioned in what felt like every episode. So we got [...]

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May 18, 2018

Dogs Digs: How to Find the Perfect Home for You and Your Furry Friend

When It’s Time to Find a Palace That’s Fit for a Puppy…

As a dog owner, you likely place your pup’s needs right up there with your own. If this is the case, then choosing a new home shouldn’t be an exception. In fact, several studies show that people are placing more and more importance on the happiness and safety of their dogs when it comes to home buying. An article by Time cites a study conducted by SunTrust Mortgage that found that one-third of millennials purchased homes strictly based on their pet ownership.

When purchasing a home with your dog in mind, there are a few factors to remember. In addition to finding a home with enough [...]

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May 17, 2018 Provides Homebuyers a Simply Smarter Home Search

We’ve reimagined real estate search with the NEW You can find your perfect home, in the style you love, in the communities you desire, and at the price you need, all while sharing your home search journey with the people you care about most. Check out how makes home search simpler than ever with these new features: Match

Your personalized homes search tool provides a smarter way to find your ideal first or next home. Just tell us which amenities are “must have” and which are “nice to have” and listings will be assigned a “Match” score based on those parameters. Easily see the homes that best match you by [...]

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March 19, 2018

Which Cities and States Produce The Most Celebrities?

The Cities and States That Produce The Most Celebrities

Being Born in These Cities Will Give You a Higher Chance of Fame

Moving to a new city can be a difficult decision. After all, there are so many factors to consider and questions to ask yourself. How does the cost of living in this new city compare to my current home? Do I have any friends, family, or acquaintances in the area that might make the transition easier? How long do I plan on living in this new location? If you have a family, it’s important to consider whether the city is a good place to raise your kids or not. You should, of course, consider your career options in the new city, but you might want to think [...]

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March 9, 2018

Millennial Survey: A Look at the Millennial Attitude Towards Home Buying

The Millennial Generation is next up to endure the homebuying process and is currently taking over the market. As the largest living generation, their buying habits and attitudes toward homebuying will definitely shape the future of the real estate industry. With this, we decided to do a little research to see how the average millennial feels about home buying. After conducting a survey we, here at, found out that this open-minded, liberal, and self-expressive generation has a unique attitude toward home buying. 7 in 10 non-home owning millennials feel it will be difficult for them to get a mortgage – with close to 1 in 10 (nine percent) saying they’ve given up [...]

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February 23, 2018

Guide To Changing Your Address

The average American changes his or her address about 11 times over the course of a lifetime. Yet no matter how much “practice” you have, there are always things you forget about until moving day. That’s reasonable, given how hectic and unpredictable the moving process can be. Although some things may slip through the cracks, such as forgetting to wrap your dishes before packing them up or forgetting where you packed your toothbrush, some things are more important to remember ahead of time than others. For example, one of the most important things you need to do before you move is to make sure all of the right people know you’re changing your [...]

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