Do-it-yourself repairs are certainly not new. Home and garden shows and networks (HGTV) have glamorized being handy. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, however, in effort to save money, the DYI option could backfire.
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Smart indoor water use is important. A low-flow faucet is one that limits the flow of water out of the spout. A special adapter or mechanism in the faucet’s cartridge called an “aerator” or flow regulator slows the water flow Read More
Happy Leap Day! It only happens once every 4 years – how will you take advantage of the extra day? We’re looking at all the ways we can share a little more information with home buyers today, because we’re seeing all kinds of good news on the housing market. Low prices, low interest rates and great mortgage programs all point to one thing: it’s a buyer’s market.
The FHA 203k can help finance required repairs as well as desired improvements whether you’re buying a house or you’re willing to refinance to pay for the work you want done. This home improvement loan option is great for first time home buyers, step-up buyers, refinancing homeowners and almost any other real estate category.