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On the most basic level, an easement allows non-owners to legally access a specific property for a particular reason. As a homeowner, the idea of other people entering your land may be off-putting, but in practice, easements cause few problems and are relatively commonplace.
Most new year’s resolutions include staying fit and healthy, losing weight, spending less and saving more. We spoke with Tom Kraeutler, the nationally syndicated radio host of The Money Pit Home Improvement Radio Show to discover New Year’s resolutions you can make that will help keep your house in great shape year-round.
The United States economy has flourished in recent years, and the housing market continues to gain strength. But with confusing factors like rising mortgage rates, a competitive buyer’s market, and home prices that are higher than any previous peak, many people are unsure about what will happen in 2019.
Everyone wants to get the best house possible for the best possible price. But even at a great price, it’s probably the most expensive purchase you will ever make, so searching for easy ways to save is a good idea. Add in a competitive market, and would-be home buyers will be looking for any advantage possible.
Medicine focuses on protecting your health in order to avoid illness – and an annual physical is key to see how your body is performing.
What does your dream home look like? Is it a classic Victorian set far back from the road with stately elm trees shading the formal garden, or a brand-new split level in an up-and-coming housing development with a communal pool, tennis courts, and a playground for the kids?
The Millennial generation is often simultaneously blamed for and credited with many of the recent changes in American culture. One common tale is that Millennials don’t want to own their own homes. Like most broad generalizations, this statement is not entirely accurate.
"Even in superheated housing markets, summer is the hottest season — and 2018 has been particularly brutal, fueled by declining inventory and strong demand. But by September, the real estate market cools down, along with outdoor temperatures. Which may mean it’s the perfect time to harvest a home."