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7 Steps to Build Good Credit Before You Buy a Home

You’re a homebuyer hopeful who has a big dream of buying a home of your own. There’s just one thing left to consider: what’s your credit score like?

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7 Things Buyers Should Know Before Buying in a Planned Community

You’re ready to buy a new home, and you’ve narrowed down your choice to a property within a planned community. Many buyers opt for this unique type of housing option considering all the perks that tend to come with it.

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How to Maximize Your Profits on a Fix and Flip

If you’ve been keeping up with your favorite programs on HGTV, you’ll likely have noticed quite a few shows dedicated to the successful house flipper. Whether it’s “Flip or Flop,” “Fixer Upper,” or “First Time Flippers,” there’s one common theme throughout each episode aired: a handsome profit.

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How to Handle an Estate Sale After a Parent Dies

It’s never easy to lose a parent, but having to deal with the sale of their family home and the contents within it can make things even harder.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Top 12 Questions Home Buyers Ask Their Real Estate Agents

Buying a home – especially for the first time – can be an overwhelming experience. It’s not surprising that buyers tend to have a plethora of questions to ask their agents before they take the plunge.

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9 Landscaping Ideas For Small Outdoor Spaces

Not every homeowner is blessed with oodles of outdoor space outside their home, but even the smallest yards can be just enough to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.

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13 Common Houseplants That Are Dangerous For Your Pets

Just about every homeowner has a few houseplants in the home to add an element of Mother Nature to the indoors. But while many plants provide a wonderful burst of color and even a sweet scent from their flowers, many of them may actually be toxic to your pets.

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7 Signs There’s a Problem With Your Home’s Crawl Space

Aside from storing a bunch of your belongings, you probably don’t give your crawl space much thought. But while you might not actually spend any time down there, your crawl space is still an important part of your home that requires some level of attention.

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