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3 tips to prepare to sell your home

According to Realtor.com, spring is the busiest and best season to sell a home. While a good home can find a buyer any time of year, homeowners might find the buyers’ pool is strongest in spring and into summer. The reasons for that are many, ranging from parents wanting to move when their children are not in school to buyers wanting to move when the weather is most accommodating.

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Paint your home’s exterior like a pro

Painting is an inexpensive way to transform just about any space. Many people paint the interiors of their homes, but home exteriors also can undergo dramatic makeovers with fresh coats of paint. Timing the job right and heeding some tips from professionals and do-it-yourselfers who have tread the painting path before you can make the job go smoothly.

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How the Humidity in the Room Can Affect Your Floors

The first thing most people usually do when planning a new flooring project is to hit the home improvement store to pick their new flooring. Wait! This important DIY project will turn into a failure if you don’t consider what type of flooring is best for the room’s environment. After all, getting the best floor covering for your room isn’t just about picking what is beautiful today; but what will look good years from now.

How to finance your kitchen remodeling project

It’s the time of year when you’re probably considering sprucing up your home before the summer is upon us. The best time to consider remodeling a kitchen, for example, is in the summer when you are more likely to be cooking outdoors. This leaves the predicament of how to go about financing your home improvement project; kitchen remodeling can be very costly, so making the most of your dollar is important. 

3 Easy Kitchen Maintenance Tasks for DIY Homeowners

There’s an old saying from your grandfather’s era: Never pay money for something you can do yourself. Now, some DIY projects around the house should only be done by handymen who have some training and experience under their tool belts. However, even home maintenance beginners can do some repairs on their own with a little time, know-how and “elbow grease.” One of the best places to concentrate on is the kitchen.

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