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Successful Kitchen Remodeling

Homeowner’s Workbook: How to Remodel Your Kitchen General contractors, home builders, and more ∨Before you throw your next party, browse a wide selection of bar glasses, glassware sets and serving trays. Share photos of the kitchen cabinets and kitchen sinks you like with a top kitchen remodeler in your area.

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Is your real estate service provider also a Farmer?

Every agent has one. Every builder has one. I imagine that almost everyone who engages in any business venture has one. They’re your trusted group, your right arm; they’re the ones you turn to – the ones you trust. They’re called your “Short List”. But, when you recommend them, do you really know what they’re […]

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Inspectors, Do You Show Your Work? Attic Ventilation 101

Warning :: This topic includes concentration, calculation and brand specific data that could be harmful if not used with care. Enter at your own risk. Comments and opinions that stretch beyond the Standards of Practice (SoP) for a Visual Home Inspection can land you in a pile of trouble. Don’t get me wrong here, I […]

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Remodel My Houzz

Houzz is the leading online platform for home remodeling and design, providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from start to finish – online or from a mobile device. From decorating a room to building a custom home, Houzz connects millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across the […]

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203(k) Budget Allowances – I could use some extra money!

Mr Smith,  I was wondering some things about the construction bid on our house in Natchez. If the contractor has given me an allowance for an item, and I don’t use the entire allowance, can the access amount be rolled to another item? For example: an allowance of $250 for a vent hood, but I find […]

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FHA Minimum Property Requirements – SAFE SOUND SECURE

The FHA does not require the repair of cosmetic or minor defects, deferred maintenance and normal wear if they do not affect the safety, security or soundness. The FHA says that examples of such problems include, but are not limited to, the following: Missing handrails Cracked or damaged exit doors that are otherwise operable Cracked […]

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Investor 203(k) Introduced in the House

This week, Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon (R-CA 25) and Congressman Scott Peters (D- CA 52) introduced H.R. 1997, the Communities Achieving Sustainability Act (CASA). CASA Authorizes the Housing Urban Development (HUD) to make 203k loans to small investors for a 2-year period. This legislation will help revitalize communities (especially those hurt most by the recent […]

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Are You An Easy HACK? :: 3 Tips to a Stay Safe, Sound, and Secure

If you’re not very careful with how you handle your mobile device internet connections, your account numbers, loan and case numbers, real estate pass key codes and other sensitive data are at risk of being hacked and your information is at risk of being compromised. Here’s what I do to assure you that when you hire me […]

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