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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.

Does the housing market still bear scars of the Recession or is it on the path of recovery?

Does the housing market still bear scars of the Recession or is it on the path of recovery?
By: Rickk Miller, July 30, 2015

It has been a very odd year for the US housing market! The year started off with the Polar Vortex that was blamed for slowing down home sales during the initial part of the year. As we’re gradually nearing 2016, the National Association of Realtors expect sales of previously... Read Full Blog Post

Americans are still struggling with mortgage debt – Tips to pay off your mortgage earlier

Americans are still struggling with mortgage debt – Tips to pay off your mortgage earlier
By: Rickk Miller, July 29, 2015

Reports say that there are certain homeowners who are still reeling from the after-effects of the Great Recession and it may take around a decade for them to recover. According to a real estate company Zillow, the percentage of underwater mortgages, where the worth of the home... Read Full Blog Post

Get Loan Even With Bad Credit

Get Loan Even With Bad Credit
By: Rickk Miller, July 26, 2015

Financial problems are sudden and definitely unfortunate. This is the main reason why people feel the need to take necessary precautions before it is too late. This precaution is to have the necessary amount of savings so that you have the required back up in case of any... Read Full Blog Post

Which Mortgage Down Payment Option Is Right For You?

Which Mortgage Down Payment Option Is Right For You?
By: Rickk Miller, July 10, 2015

Before you can decide which mortgages for first time home buyers are right for you, you must first learn what your different mortgage down payment options are. With so many different sources of funding available, purchasing a home has never been easier. A down payment is... Read Full Blog Post

Real Estate: Simple Steps for Selling Your Home Quickly

Real Estate: Simple Steps for Selling Your Home Quickly
By: Rickk Miller, June 5, 2015

There are any number of reasons why you might need to sell your home as quickly as possible, and you don’t want to waste precious time doing the wrong things if you are trying to find a buyer who can help you meet your goal. One of the quickest options available is to consider... 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.

Moving Safety 101

Moving Safety 101
By: Mark Healey, June 19, 2015

Moving from one house to the next is one of the most exciting and stressful undertakings you will do in your lifetime. While there is obviously a lot to think about such as organization, timing and budget; one thing that is too commonly overlooked is safety. Safety is the most... Read Full Blog Post

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


Home & Garden

eco-friendly siding for your Home

eco-friendly siding for your Home
By: Rickk Miller, August 5, 2015

Installing new siding is a major decision, costing the average homeowner close to $10,000 per home. But the cost proves to be worth it as it boasts a near 80% return on ROI over the lifetime of the house, mainly because of the upliftit will give the home in value if you ever... Read Full Blog Post

Why Choose An Evaporative ‘Swamp’ Cooler For Your Home

Why Choose An Evaporative ‘Swamp’ Cooler For Your Home
By: Rickk Miller, August 3, 2015

Keeping the indoor environment cool in the summer months can be an expensive task, and this is just one reason why, for some homeowners, evaporative coolers (also known as swamp coolers) can be a viable alternative to refrigerant air conditioners. Assuming you live in a climate... Read Full Blog Post

Tips to Maximise Space in Your Home

Tips to Maximise Space in Your Home
By: Rickk Miller, August 1, 2015

Whatever size your home is, there will always be a point at which you need to find some more space. There is always the option of trying to go through your belongings and finding things to throw out or send to the local charity shop, but some people prefer to collect things and... Read Full Blog Post

Ensuring Home Improvement with Professional Electricians

Ensuring Home Improvement with Professional Electricians
By: Rickk Miller, July 31, 2015

Every one of us desire clean and healthy environment at our residence. Home improvement has come about as anecessity in this modern world. Especially, when it comes to wiring and all the other electrical issues, the need gets accelerated to some extent. Hence, it is important... Read Full Blog Post

What to Know About Hiring General Contractors

What to Know About Hiring General Contractors
By: Rickk Miller, July 30, 2015

Even if you are a do-it-yourself kind of homeowner, there are times when it makes more sense to hire a general contractor. If you’ve never worked with a contractor before, however, you should become familiar with the hiring process. Here are a few things to keep in mind:... Read Full Blog Post





Money & Investment

Does the housing market still bear scars of the Recession or is it on the path of recovery?

Does the housing market still bear scars of the Recession or is it on the path of recovery?
By: Rickk Miller, July 30, 2015

It has been a very odd year for the US housing market! The year started off with the Polar Vortex that was blamed for slowing down home sales during the initial part of the year. As we’re gradually nearing 2016, the National Association of Realtors expect sales of previously... Read Full Blog Post

Americans are still struggling with mortgage debt – Tips to pay off your mortgage earlier

Americans are still struggling with mortgage debt – Tips to pay off your mortgage earlier
By: Rickk Miller, July 29, 2015

Reports say that there are certain homeowners who are still reeling from the after-effects of the Great Recession and it may take around a decade for them to recover. According to a real estate company Zillow, the percentage of underwater mortgages, where the worth of the home... Read Full Blog Post

Get Loan Even With Bad Credit

Get Loan Even With Bad Credit
By: Rickk Miller, July 26, 2015

Financial problems are sudden and definitely unfortunate. This is the main reason why people feel the need to take necessary precautions before it is too late. This precaution is to have the necessary amount of savings so that you have the required back up in case of any... Read Full Blog Post

Tax Lien Sales: Tips for Leveraging a Home Buying Opportunity

Tax Lien Sales: Tips for Leveraging a Home Buying Opportunity
By: Rickk Miller, April 29, 2015

Most people just buy a home straight up from a real estate agent or realtor. But, for the savvy shopper, this isn’t enough. If you’re obsessed with getting a great deal, then you’re probably looking for something along the lines of a Tax Lien. It’s the best deal in town, except... Read Full Blog Post

HAVE A BAD CREADIT: GET MORTGAGE FIXING THEM

HAVE A BAD CREADIT: GET MORTGAGE FIXING THEM
By: Rickk Miller, February 10, 2015

Getting a Mortgage With Bad Credit would be a mortifying course.  Credit is a misinterpreted deal, knowing or not knowing the regulations would distress the result. If a customer has bad credit and are in need of a mortgage, there are top mortgage lenders to help the customers... Read Full Blog Post