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June 2015

Found 3 blog entries for June 2015.

MAKE A WISH LIST - Decide where you want to live and how many bedrooms and baths you'll need. Consider lifestyle -- condominiums offer shared amenities, with little responsibility. Single-family homes offer more space and privacy, but they also require more exterior and yard maintenance. Consider buying a fixer-upper for a reduced cost so you can remodel it to suit your needs.

GET PRE_APPROVED - You can prequalify yourself on the internet, but it takes a lender looking at your personal financial information to get prequalified. Your income, credit scores, revolving debts, obligations such as child support as well as the type of loan you choose will influence how much home you can buy. Other factors such as the down payment, interest rate and terms

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Protecting your home and your family is important. Some people pay for expensive home security systems and pay monthly contracts, but you don’t have to. If you’re looking to spend some time around the house, here are some do-it-yourself home security improvements you might want to make.

Make It Difficult

Most thieves are looking for something easy to grab. Because of this it’s important not to leave valuable items lying around. An unsecured ladder is gold to a thief. Either he’ll steal it, or use it to climb up and force entry through a high window. Make it difficult for an opportunistic thief to steal or use your ladder by securing it with a lockable storage hook, like those sold by Pro-Hook. These can be bolted to your shed or garage.

If you

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Now that the snow has melted, the trees begin to bud, and the flowers start to sprout, you're probably itching to get your spring-cleaning on. But before you break out the rubber gloves, here are some ways to make sure your home's air is fresh, clean, and pleasant, just like the new season upon us!

1. Open up those windows: This may be an obvious tip, but it's easy to forget when you're rushing to work during the week with little time to do anything else. Don't save cracking open those windows until the weekend when you're free, try making a habit of opening some windows when you first wakeup and closing them before you leave. Something this simple can lower concentrations of toxic chemicals and carbon monoxide.

2. Move smoking outside: The smoke

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