Anna K : Knowledge You Can Use March 2012
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Preparing Your House for Sale

Most people know they need to clean and declutter when they want to sell their home. They put pots of flowers on the front porch and bake cookies. But they still miss sales by failing to fine-tune the presentation. Here are six things you can do to make your home stand out:

1. Get an honest evaluation.
Invite an acquaintance who's never seen your home to give you a brutally honest evaluation... Read More
Homebuilder Confidence Increases to Highest Level Since 2007

The recent housing market news shows that construction spending is up, and lending should shortly follow—a good sign for potential home buyers.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce, residential construction spending rose 0.8 percent above the revised November estimate, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $241.2 billion—4.3 percent above the December 2010... Read More
Interior Design Trends for 2012

If you're looking to update your home, consider following the trends. In 2012, eco-friendly spaces, bold colors, and casual elegance will be the trends to watch.

Environmentally Friendly
Green living has gone beyond cloth tote bags and reusable water bottles and has now spread to the world of home construction. predicts that in 2012, green building will be more popular than... Read More
HAMP Extended to Offer Foreclosure Alternatives

President Obama recently spoke of the American dream of homeownership, and how that dream was shaken by the collapse of the housing and mortgage markets in 2008. In his State of the Union address to the nation, the president offered hope to homeowners trapped by falling home values and rising interest rates through a plan to cut red tape so homeowners can refinance to take advantage of currently low interest rates.

Not addressed by the president, but of equal importance to people whose homes are worth less than their mortgage debt, is the extension... Read More
Planning Your New Kitchen - Renew or Redo?
Courtesy of ARA Content
Upgrading the kitchen is on many homeowners' "to do" list. And for good reason. A minor kitchen remodel ranks fourth on the list of the top 10 home improvement projects that deliver return on investment, according to Remodeling magazine's 2010-11 Cost vs. Value Report.

But whether you're in it for the investment, or just to freshen up the space in your home where people spend the most time, a new kitchen look could be a fun, impactful improvement to your house. Some may start with a weekend project and a $40 can of paint, while others will jump into a $50,000-plus remodel. Either way, one thing is for sure - you can't go wrong... Read More

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