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7 landscape projects to help improve your home

7 landscape projects to help improve your home

People have turned to gardening and landscaping while under stay-at-home orders across the country. It’s a time-honored American tradition during challenging times. Victory Gardens were an important part of the home-front effort during World War II. Americans planted an estimated 20 million Victory Gardens, which produced roughly 40 percent of the vegetables during the war…. Read More

Low interest rates create exciting opportunities

Low interest rates create exciting opportunities

A lot has changed in 12 months. A year ago, the economy was humming. Unemployment was at historic lows, and the Federal Reserve was slowing raising interest rates to slow the economy and reduce inflation. Many economists and business policy experts predicted that trend would continue for the foreseeable future. Then, the economy started to… Read More

What are the different styles of houses?

What are the different styles of houses?

With the COVID-19 situation, the world is an uncertain place, but building a new home is still a realistic dream. When deciding to build a home, it’s a good idea to understand basic architectural styles. The home will be a place where you will live for a long time, and thus, you want to build… Read More

7 trends in new homes

7 trends in new homes

When building a home, you make a lot of choices. A process that is not always easy. You must decide where you want to build your home and how much you are willing to invest in the project. You need to decide things like what color to paint the walls and what features you want… Read More

2020 real estate outlook

2020 real estate outlook

The 2020 real estate market is expected to continue its recent robust pace, as low mortgage rates and a strong job market should sustain the real estate market throughout the year. The National Association of Realtors estimates that new-home sales will increase 750,000 in 2020, an 11% rise. Supply will hurt existing home sales, and… Read More

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