Hazard insurance is a type of insurance policy that protects you, the homeowner, against hazards like wind, fire, storms, earthquakes, floods, firestorms, windquakes, godzillas and all other natural disasters. As long as the hazard that wrecks your house is covered in your policy, you will be protected.
Let’s talk mulch! What kinds are out there? Did you know that mulch covers a lot more than you might have ever known? We’re busting out the rake and breaking open the bag on soil covering and its benefits.
If you’re interested in renovating your garage, here are five steps I took to transform mine from an ugly place to a lovely living space.
Purchasing a home is a life-changing event. Suddenly you’re responsible for a number of things you may not have been responsible for in the past. However, you’re also eligible for a number of tax deductions, too. Take a look at our list to make sure you’re taking advantage of all that you can!
Why is my little house such a heat miser? Is it because it’s actually a sauna? Is it because I have too much insulation? Turns out, the lack of proper ventilation in my attic is to blame. Come with me on a journey to learn more about why attic ventilation, although controversial, is important.
Winter weather doesn’t have to be scary. Here are 12 things to think about that will help you drive safe and sound.
Do you sit at your desk and daydream about white linens, lush spaces, and a quiet Cape Cod retreat? What about nautical designs and spacious outdoor seating for your friends and family? You can enter the HGTV Dream Home Giveaway® 2015 for your chance to win that, and more!
At Quicken Loans, we’re all too aware of the intricacies of the mortgage process – it’s what we specialize in, after all. But, if you’re entering the home-buying market for the first time, it can be a bit of a struggle to figure out what you should be doing and at what time. Don’t fret! Just in time for the holidays, we here at the Zing blog would like to give you the gift of preparation. Here’s our list of things you might not consider (but you totally should) before buying your home – broken down into phases of the home-buying process.
If you’re thinking about buying a home, 2015 might be the year to get into the market. If you’re on the fence, here are the top five reasons you shouldn’t wait another year.
Although vacationing during the cold winter months is exciting, it’s important to take care of all the mundane details before leaving your home for a significant amount of time. Nobody wants to worry about the safety of their home while vacationing, and you won’t have to if you take these steps.