How Home Sellers Should Prep to Get the Biggest Bang for their Buck

Home shopping season is quickly approaching, which means home sellers are busy cleaning, painting, decluttering, landscaping and deciding which other projects might reap the greatest reward given limited time and money.

Their best bet – once the curb appeal projects are done,
tackle the bathrooms, according to a new report from…

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Investors Are Buying Single-Family Homes to Rent Out

One trend that accelerated following the Great Recession was the incidence of investors buying single-family homes to rent out.

Traditionally, single-family homes have been owned by the
occupants. Home ownership is the backbone of the “American Dream”. Owning a
single-family home is the greatest (often the only…

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Overlooked Expenses Can Cost Renters an Extra $3,400 a Year

Beyond the listed rent, U.S. renters can spend $3,420 a year on costs associated with moving into and living in a rental, according to a new analysis from rental search platform HotPads.

Nationally, the median rent is $1,530 per month.

However, renters often pay more…

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K&N Introduces Lifetime Washable Home Air Filters

Homeowners of a DIY bent have reason to rejoice: K&N has released furnace and air conditioner filters that can be cleaned instead of replaced.

People who don’t maintain a home are probably scratching
their heads at this news? What’s the big deal?

But home-maintainers understand…

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