Home Owners

What to Do About Your Home’s Foundation?

Like in a relationship, the foundation of a house is integral, and must be strong. There are many reasons why a house’s foundation might crack or shift – including temperature variances in the soil surrounding it, since earth expands in heat and contracts in cold. But whatever the reason, there are certain steps to follow when addressing concerns about your house’s foundation.

kcallender | Dec 21, 2017

5 Home Gizmos you didn’t know you needed

As a homeowner, thinking outside the box, gadget-wise, can lead you to gizmos that solve your problems – even ones you didn’t know you had – in more humane, sustainable, energy-efficient ways than ever before. Read on to find out about five such inventions.

kcallender | Dec 19, 2017

Use a Reverse Mortgage to Buy Your Home

Most people who have been on the market for a home are familiar with what the term ‘mortgage’ means, but many have not heard of a reverse mortgage and aren’t aware of how this product can benefit them.

kcallender | Dec 16, 2017

5 Essential Home Maintenance Skills

New homes can be scary. But when you take the time to think about it, and plan ahead, maintaining a home is easier than you think – a manageable mix of experience and common sense. Here are five skills that will help maintain your new home for years to come.

kcallender | Dec 15, 2017

How to Do a Refinancing Self-Assessment

Whether you’ve decided to renovate your home or you would like to consolidate your debt, refinancing your mortgage can be an option in times of money trouble; however, it’s important to know whether or not this is the right step for you. If you’ve been considering refinancing recently and are wondering how to come to a decision, here are some questions you should ask yourself before wading into the water.

kcallender | Dec 13, 2017