Archive for March, 2017
You went through the home buying process. You found the home of your dreams and submitted an offer through your real estate agent. The offer was accepted and you have recently closed on the house. Now what? What comes after you leave the closing table and you have keys in hand? You could immediately move your things in, but you were careful and followed all of the suggested steps up to this point. What are the safest and most efficient ways to move into your new home?
Do a final walk throughThis is a personal final walk through that serves a different purpose than your previous walk through. It is likely that your real estate agent requested you do a final walk through with them before closing on the loan. This is to ensure that the sellers have completed any necessary r
It would be better for our world if we were to recycle more. That said, it’s hard to know what’s recyclable and what’s really just trash or waste. To help, here’s a list of 14 things that you can recycle and 10 objects that you can’t.
- White Paper First, it’s good to know that you can always recycle paper. Paper is easily reusable so get those office notes out and put them in the recycling bin.
- Brochures The same could be said for brochures. If you have those or catalogs, you have an easy recyclable.
- Newspaper This is an easy one. Get the news, read the news, and then recycle the news. No problem.
- Wrapping Paper Holiday season is over and you don’t know what to do with the leftover paper? R
Did you know that your furniture is probably the third most expensive thing you’ll ever by — following only your house and car? While this might seem shocking at first, it will probably begin to make sense once you start shopping for furniture. Furniture isn’t something that you want to “cheap out” on. It’s true that when you’re a college student, you might not want to buy the best sofa on the market, especially if it’s only going to be damaged in a party later on. But as you get older, you’ll begin to realize that furniture is more than just something for you to relax on. It’s also a manner through which you can express your personality — and it’s worth investing in. Buying high quality furniture also means that it will not only look classic for a longer amount of time; it will also last longer in
It seems like a lot of housing designs today are very generic. When you visit the local home improvement store, there is minimal design options offered. This often forces you to select from the inventory and risk having similar room designs as your neighbors. If you are looking for something that is more unique and gives you the ability to customize, you may need to look other places. You also may need to think outside of the box, finding ways to customize traditional materials.
Purchase supplies online
One of the best things about shopping online is the ability to purchase from suppliers all over the world. Without the internet, you are required to select from the few supplies that your local home improvement store carries. Shop around online for unique desi