5 Huge Mistakes People Make Furnishing Their #NewHome

Glowimages/Getty Images By Rosie Amodio Hey, we know: Moving into a new home is exciting. Like, obsess over decor blogs and catalogs, binge-watch HGTV for eight-hour stretches, find ways to interject phrases like “open kitchen shelving” into everyday conversations exciting. So it’s understandable that you’re dying to start filling every corner with stuff as soon asContinue reading “5 Huge Mistakes People Make Furnishing Their #NewHome”

Moderate #PriceGrowth Next 12 Months

In the monthly REALTORS® Confidence Index Survey, the National Association of REALTORS® asks members “In the neighborhood or area where you make most of your sales, what are your expectations for residential property prices over the next year?” REALTORS® who responded to the November 2015 survey expected prices to increase by 3.2 percent over theContinue reading “Moderate #PriceGrowth Next 12 Months”

How to Treat Your Home to a #JanuaryHealth Kick

  Your house is an extension of you, so give it a reboot this month to ensure that it’s fit, happy and ready for the year ahead. After the overconsumption of the holidays comes the quiet reflection of January. A new year prompts many of us to adopt a healthier regime to wipe the slate cleanContinue reading “How to Treat Your Home to a #JanuaryHealth Kick”

Obstacles To #Homeownership

The belief Americans have in homeownership and their desire to partake in this piece of the American Dream is very much a reality. Some of the obstacles preventing them from attaining that goal perceived, are not real. A recent study by Fannie Mae, What Do Consumers Know About The Mortgage Qualification Criteria?, revealed that many consumersContinue reading “Obstacles To #Homeownership”