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Making the Most of an Unfinished Basement Making the Most of an Unfinished Basement

By Ben Levy

There are many ways to improve an unfinished basement so that it is more enjoyable and usable. There are so many modern homes that have basements without wired electricity, plumbing appliances, or even sheetrock. However, inexpensive and fun solutions exist for making these empty rooms lively and fun for the family.

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Saving Money on Your Water Bill Saving Money on Your Water Bill

By Ben Levy

Saving water in your home is fairly easy to do throughout your home. Follow these tips to see lower water bills.

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A Good Moving Experience A Good Moving Experience

The approach of the moving team was very much professional and they deserved some additional bonus for the safe execution of the move without any damage to the property and without any injury to anyone.

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Easy Ways to Quickly Make your Home Look Cleaner Easy Ways to Quickly Make your Home Look Cleaner

By Ben Levy

If you are in the process of selling or renting your house, keeping it clean and ready to show at all times is key. This doesn't mean you have to tiptoe around your own house; there are a few quick ways to make your home look cleaner before a showing.

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Deciding Between Carpet and Hardwood Flooring Deciding Between Carpet and Hardwood Flooring

By Ben Levy

Deciding on whether or not to go with the plush, soft and comfortable feel of carpet over and above the clean, slick and easily maintained hardwood floor for your second floor is not something to be taken lightly. Implications are not only aesthetic but run also to the practicality as well as the livability of both floor surfaces.

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Getting Rejected for a Mortgage Getting Rejected for a Mortgage

By Ben Levy

You have finally found your dream home, the perfect little piece of paradise. All you have to do is get approved by the bank for your mortgage. You get a call from the bank and all of your dreams have been crushed. The application for your mortgage was reviewed: you have been rejected. What do you do now?

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Kitchen Remodeling: Designs and Ideas Kitchen Remodeling: Designs and Ideas

By Daniel Batal

Every kitchen is unique, as well as every customer but, often times we find certain similarities that help us focus the direction a kitchen might take. Here are a few things to consider when thinking about a new kitchen design:

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Homeowner's Toobox: Finding a Contractor in NH Homeowner's Toobox: Finding a Contractor in NH

By Roger Payne

Here are some useful tools when looking to hire a contractor in New Hampshire

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Understanding Loans: An Interview with Frank Romano of Harbour Equity Partners Understanding Loans: An Interview with Frank Romano of Harbour Equity Partners

By Kristen Bosse

Harbour Equity Partners is a private equity fund. Our resources in investment banking and private banking make it possible for us to offer loans to high net worth borrowers. Harbour Equity Partners has seen the opportunity to help borrowers that do not conform with traditional lending options. Utilizing our private banking resources, Harbour Equity Partners will structure finance options that meet a borrower's end goal.

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 Home Insurance: Do Home Insurance Costs Vary Between States? Home Insurance: Do Home Insurance Costs Vary Between States?

By Christina Kelley

Buying homeowners' insurance is an important part of owning your own home. It is the financial security blanket that protects your most valuable asset - your home. Many mortgage brokers, cities, counties and states require that any homeowner carry at least a liability policy, protecting you from lawsuits if someone is injured on your property.

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