Homeowners Insurance

Three Quick Tips for an Organized Home

Keeping a clean house is a lot of work, but there are little things you can do every day that are quick yet they contribute to an overall organized look a great deal. Start the day by making your bed in a simple but neat way. Then, when you finish a meal or a snack, put the plates away to the sink and wipe away and crumbs. Lastly, before ... More

Appropriate Housing Expenses

There are times in life when the expenses just get to high and you need to decide where you can cut costs. It is recommended that you don't spend more than 30 percent of your take-home pay on housing, and everything it includes. If you see that currently you are over-spending on housing, it may be time to downgrade to a smaller place or a ... More

Risk and Time Management

Finding the right home to buy is not an easy process, as it involves a lot of paperwork, research, money, and insurance. Often times buyers feel that they must weigh every deal seriously and take the time to do so, but the thing is that time sometimes can be tricky. Thinking things through is surely important, but some deals can disappear ... More

How to Quickly Pack Your Home

Packing a house is not an easy task, especially when there are many family members or a large home. One thing you can do to make things easier on yourself when moving out and moving in is to pack room-by-room. It helps because the unpacking process will be simpler, and also the house will not be a hot mess as you pack it. Continue to ... More

The Shorter Way to Homeownership

How fun would it be to share the weight of your mortgage, bills, and homeowners insurance? You can buy a home without a partner, but with your best friend! Getting approved for a loan and pay for all the related expenses can be much simpler when you are not alone. The loan approval process may be shorter as well, because you have two incomes ... More

Homeowner’s Safety Tips When Hiring Help

As a homeowner, there are often times services that you will need to hire, and ones that you can do yourself. However, if you are hiring help, make sure that you let the right people in. Sometimes imposters may try to get into your home and offer you services such as painting, tree trimming, plumbing, and more. Be especially careful when ... More

Advantages of Having Land

Owning a private home sometimes comes with more benefits, such as a nice piece of land. If you have a good size land around your property, there are many things you can use it for, depending on your likes and preferences. Some popular options are building a pool, a garden, and build an outdoor playground for kids. It does require time, money, ... More

Condo or Private House

Many young couples who are in the process of searching for their first home are debating between getting a house or a condo. According to a new survey done by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) in 2018, condo prices are lower than private homes. In addition to having more money left in their pocket, condo owners also have less stress ... More

Choosing Homeowner’s Insurance

If you are a homeowner, buying homeowner's insurance is really a must. You want to be protected from disasters, such as liability for accidents that injure other people on your property. One thing to think about is the amount of coverage you need, because the higher the coverage, the less money you will need to pay out of pocket (deductibl... More

Real Estate Agents Are Jumping Ship and Becoming Free Agents

More and more real estate agents are switching brokerage firms to pursue better deals and commissions. “There’s not a lot of brand loyalty,” said Billy Rose, an agent and co-founder of the Agency in Beverly Hills, CA. “A lot of times they become mercenaries." The Agency is a firm that attracts many real estate agents because of ... More