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Slower Closing Procedures Soon in Effect

This year, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) begins requiring banks to provide consumers with a longer window in which to review loan documentation. The new rule, potentially in effect October 3, 2015, can push closing by as many ...

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Selling After Labor Day — Curb Appeal

While Spring rightfully is touted as the busiest home-selling season, you don't have to give up plans to sell your home until nest year. September through December may actually be the right time to sell your home. Conventional wisdom is that on...

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Are You Ready to Buy a Home?

Okay, it's one of the biggest decisions of your life, so when do you know if you're ready? Homeownership readiness can come at any age … there are young twenty-somethings that took the plunge, and there are empty-nesters that buy after the...

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Need an Air Conditioner But Don’t Have Ducts?

As scorching or humid summer days approach, you may be second-guessing the purchase of that vintage or historic home you've had your eye on. In fact, in many places homes as new as 15 to 20 years may not have air conditioning. If your home does...

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Is Painting Cabinets a Good Idea

Is Painting Cabinets a Good Idea?

Gone are the days of the sticky painted kitchen cabinet that peels, chips and generally looks cheap. Modern paint finishes means you can rejuvenate or renovate your dated kitchen or bath cabinets with just some elbow grease and your own creativ...

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Lighting a Fire in Your New Fireplace

Lighting a Fire in Your New Fireplace

As the weather chills, and socializing moves indoors, what could be more inviting than a warm cup of cocoa in front of a bright crackling fire? If your new home has a wood fireplace, here are some basics on fireplace care. Hire a chimney swe...

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