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Blinds Can Support a Classy Ambience in Your House

Blinds Can Support a Classy Ambience in Your House

Blinds get a bad rap. If you go online, you will see articles about people who live in rentals and want to hide their vertical blinds. Others find blinds to be either cheap-looking, out of style, or simply stodgy.... Read Full Story

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Latest from Rikk Miller, Financial Writer

Rick is a financial writer. He is associated with several financial communities.
His expertise is woven around various aspects of the real estate industry. He is a financial writer who excels in writing finance articles.

What Can a Reverse Mortgage Do For Me?

What Can a Reverse Mortgage Do For Me?
By: Rickk Miller, November 22, 2014

When it comes to your retirement years, many people find that there is a gap between what Social Security and pensions offer in income and what their regular monthly bills require. For some, reverse mortgages provide the additional monthly income they need to make ends meet.... Read Full Blog Post

The Footprint of Your Home: Fundamentals for Protecting Your Foundation

The Footprint of Your Home: Fundamentals for Protecting Your Foundation
By: Rickk Miller, November 18, 2014

The foundation of your home, as its name implies, is the fundamental structure upon which the rest of your home is built. When your foundation cracks or sinks, not only are there aesthetic issues at hand. Your home can become less than safe when your foundation is not in tip... Read Full Blog Post

Avoid Surprises: Choose The Right Type of Property Survey

Avoid Surprises: Choose The Right Type of Property Survey
By: Rickk Miller, November 18, 2014

Finding the house of your dreams can quickly turn into a living nightmare if you buy the house without getting a proper survey and subsequently discover a problem. Many of us actually make our minds up to buy a property within a very short space of time, but don’t consider the... Read Full Blog Post

Investing in Real Estate is Hot Again

Investing in Real Estate is Hot Again
By: Rickk Miller, November 12, 2014

Despite some problems relating to the recession, investing in real estate is finally hot again. During the early and mid part of the 2000s, you could flip on the television and stumble across any number of shows from people buying house at low prices, making some modest... Read Full Blog Post

Tapping the Equity in Your Home

Tapping the Equity in Your Home
By: Rickk Miller, November 8, 2014

As you pay down your mortgage, and your home increases in value, the amount it’s worth, minus what you still owe, is the equity in your home. If you sell your home, this will be your profit. However, if you don’t want to sell your home, but need money for medical expenses,... Read Full Blog Post


Latest from Mark Healey

Mark is a content development specialist who enjoys researching and writing about various topics. He is passionate about the digital space and is involved with promoting and distributing beneficial content throughout internet communities.

Interview: Local Agent Thoughts On Housing Market Downturns

Interview: Local Agent Thoughts On Housing Market Downturns
By: Mark Healey, June 4, 2014

We wanted to find out how real estate agents cope with market downturns or even seasonal market changes so we went out and interviewed a Realtor that has been in the business for quite a long time. Bill Gassett, a top Franklin Massachusetts real estate agent has been selling... Read Full Blog Post

Moving Soon? Declutter Beforehand

Moving Soon? Declutter Beforehand
By: Mark Healey, May 9, 2014

Flicking on a light switch you notice a stack of month-old newspapers sitting in the living room corner surrounded by a pile of last week’s clothes, and that seven partially-full coffee mugs are haphazardly resting around the room, one nudge away from spilling their contents on... Read Full Blog Post

10 Household Leaks You Can Prevent

10 Household Leaks You Can Prevent
By: Mark Healey, March 27, 2014

Nobody likes to hear the sound of a leaking faucet,  and USAA recently shared an article detailing the 10 most common leaks and what homeowners can do to address them.. 1. Washing Machines Since the clothes washer is the biggest leak hazard you have to make sure you place it in... Read Full Blog Post

Do Deaths In Homes Affect Their Sale Price?

Do Deaths In Homes Affect Their Sale Price?
By: Mark Healey, March 5, 2014

So here is a situation that you may find yourself in one day. Your real estate agent shows you a home, and you fall in love with it. Seriously fall in love with it. It has the right size, great design, perfect neighborhood, and a surprisingly reasonable price. That is when your... Read Full Blog Post

Warm Investments… Home Heating Alternatives

Warm Investments… Home Heating Alternatives
By: Mark Healey, February 14, 2014

Maybe you’re looking for ways to simultaneously green up your home while reducing heating monthly heat costs during cold winter months. Especially if you’re building a new home or moving to a new home in a cold city like Vancouver, it could be helpful to plan for... Read Full Blog Post


Home & Garden

Blinds Can Support a Classy Ambience in Your House

Blinds Can Support a Classy Ambience in Your House
By: Rickk Miller, December 2, 2014

Blinds get a bad rap. If you go online, you will see articles about people who live in rentals and want to hide their vertical blinds. Others find blinds to be either cheap-looking, out of style, or simply stodgy. After reading many complaints about them, it is easy to see... Read Full Blog Post

Make your home look a million bucks – Some clever and smart ideas

Make your home look a million bucks – Some clever and smart ideas
By: Rickk Miller, November 29, 2014

Most people who’ve moved into a new home wonder about how they can spruce up their home decor without burning a hole in their wallet. Nowadays, everyone is ready to spend a huge amount of their dollars in interior decoration as this adds a glamor and enhances the style quotient... Read Full Blog Post

Tips for First Time Homebuyers

Tips for First Time Homebuyers
By: Rickk Miller, November 25, 2014

Buying your first home can evoke a variety of emotions. It’s terrifying to even think about spending that much money, but it is also exciting to purchase a piece of property that you can call your own. But as a first time homebuyer, this is all new and foreign territory. There... Read Full Blog Post

How to Choose a Contractor for Your Bathroom Renovation

How to Choose a Contractor for Your Bathroom Renovation
By: Rickk Miller, November 18, 2014

Whether you just purchased a fixer-upper or want to give the master bathroom a whirlpool bathtub or modern vanity from an online retailer like ModernBathroom.com, finding the right contractor is essential – one moment of negligence and your entire renovation project can be... Read Full Blog Post

Understanding real estate trends of 2015 for property dealings

Understanding real estate trends of 2015 for property dealings
By: Rickk Miller, November 10, 2014

Just another month is left to step into the next year. And with the New Year ushering in, there are lots of calculations being done as how the year will be. People make various kinds of predictions and forecasts in different fields. The real estate market is under great... Read Full Blog Post





Money & Investment

What Can a Reverse Mortgage Do For Me?

What Can a Reverse Mortgage Do For Me?
By: Rickk Miller, November 22, 2014

When it comes to your retirement years, many people find that there is a gap between what Social Security and pensions offer in income and what their regular monthly bills require. For some, reverse mortgages provide the additional monthly income they need to make ends meet.... Read Full Blog Post

Investing in Real Estate is Hot Again

Investing in Real Estate is Hot Again
By: Rickk Miller, November 12, 2014

Despite some problems relating to the recession, investing in real estate is finally hot again. During the early and mid part of the 2000s, you could flip on the television and stumble across any number of shows from people buying house at low prices, making some modest... Read Full Blog Post

Tapping the Equity in Your Home

Tapping the Equity in Your Home
By: Rickk Miller, November 8, 2014

As you pay down your mortgage, and your home increases in value, the amount it’s worth, minus what you still owe, is the equity in your home. If you sell your home, this will be your profit. However, if you don’t want to sell your home, but need money for medical expenses,... Read Full Blog Post

Buying Your First Home? Don’t Let The Bank Dictate Your Mortgage, Use A Broker Instead

Buying Your First Home? Don’t Let The Bank Dictate Your Mortgage, Use A Broker Instead
By: Rickk Miller, October 29, 2014

source: http://hcmsmaine.org/ The tumultuous climate in real estate markets has many first-time home investors worried about taking the plunge. Home ownership is a decision you have to consider very carefully. It’s nothing short of a mistake if you venture in mortgaging a... Read Full Blog Post

How Much Insurance Protection is Too Much?

How Much  Insurance Protection is Too Much?
By: Rickk Miller, July 14, 2014

Several critics of insurance policies will inform you that a mortgage protection insurance policy is just an extra and pointless expense in your part to avail. But truly, there are a lot of motives as to why you should insure your home using a mortgage protection insurance... Read Full Blog Post