What should you tell your kids about your salary and when? How can you make them understand how much things cost so you can set realistic expectations? We’ve put together a couple of tips to help you out.
Do your neighbors thank you for heating or cooling the entire neighborhood? Does your hair sway in the breeze when you’re still in the house? Well, it just might be time to replace your windows. Check out these considerations.
Your home is likely your largest investment. You put thousands of dollars each year toward your home, and the emotional investment you make in it is truly priceless. So when it comes to protecting your home, it’s not something that should be taken lightly. Home security systems can be very expensive, and not all of us have the means to install them. Even if you’re on a budget, you still have home security options.
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.
Do you own a home with a small bathroom? Many people do, and that’s often what you find in older homes. Here are some tips for remodeling your tiny bathroom into one that doesn’t seem so tiny.
Technology has made it easy for novice genealogists to get online and start learning about their family’s history. Genealogy sites have simplified the process, connecting families from all over the world.
Want to make your house stand out from the crowd? Check out our top five ideas for an unforgettable open house.
With a little prevention, protection and recording, you can be ready for whatever the world has to throw at you – and at your home. Whether it’s water in the basement or a tree through your roof, you can take steps to prevent disasters from happening, and make your life easier if they do: Protect your home and your family, record your belongings before disaster, and document the aftermath.
When there’s a family dispute over an inheritance or estate, the loss of a loved one can be just the beginning of the emotional turmoil. With a few simple pointers, however, you can be prepared to help smooth out the bumps in the road of loss.
So, mom and dad want to buy another house. You really need to help them out and make sure that what they buy isn’t going to be what they want to sell soon after. There are some important considerations for seniors in the housing market.