Quick Guide to Keep Your Home Allergy-Free

Allergies can wreak havoc on your life and make everyday activities more difficult. Whether you’re dealing with hay fever, pet allergies, or suffering from a reaction to pollen, there are things you can do to be more proactive when it comes to allergy-proofing your home. With the right methods in place, your home can become

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3 Signs That an Investment Property Is a Bad Buy

You’re eager to buy your first investment property, and after finding a property in your budget, you’re ready to make the leap. But before you do, it’s important to make sure you’re not inadvertently buying into a money pit. While fixer-uppers make great investment properties, some problems simply aren’t worth taking on. 3 Rental Property

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4 Manufactured Home Modifications That Can Protect Your Health and Well-Being

Your home should be a haven from the outside world, so if yours feels less than beneficial for your health and overall well-being, it may be time for some changes. Making modifications to your home for greater safety, comfort, and peace of mind can help you feel more relaxed and less stressed in your home.

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So You’re Moving Into Senior Living, But What Do You Do with Your Home?

Whether you’ve already made the decision to move into assisted living or you’re currently weighing it as an option for your long-term care, there are probably many things running through your mind. One of the biggest might be what you’re supposed to do with your home when you move. Should you sell, rent, or leave

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Tips for Choosing the Right Home in Your Golden Years

As America’s population ages, there is an increased need for finding suitable housing solutions for seniors. If you’re considering your living options as you move further into your golden years, then there are a few things you will need to consider. Staying in Your Home A high percentage of seniors would love to stay in

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An affordable dream: A waterfront home in 90803 for $259,900

There are a couple of notable waterfront residences in Long Beach currently on the market. One, which we wrote about last week, is a spectacular place on the sand on the Peninsula. The other is a quiet little home overlooking the Los Cerritos Channel and Wetlands. The beach house is listed for sale at $4.5

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Celebrities, Millionaires, Billionaires And Their Appealing Manufactured Homes

There’s an incongruity stirring in most of the U.S. and Canada. Hundreds of millions think of mobile and manufactured homes as housing built for the poor or lower middle class. Really? Tell that to the celebrities, millionaires, and billionaires who own and love their manufactured and mobile homes. Don’t get me wrong. Yes, many lower

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Housing Affordability: ‘It’s at a Crisis Level’

Housing affordability concerns will likely limit single-family-home building from making any significant gains in 2019, said economists at a Tuesday session during the 2019 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas. “This is a crisis,” Robert Dietz, chief economist at the National Association of Home Builders, told attendees about the rising costs of homeownership that are

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Two Harvard guys based their million-dollar business on a whole lot of nothing

When I think about entrepreneurs and Harvard, I think about Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook mob, who started their little dorm project for kicks and turned it into something that’s worth more than a small country. Pete Davis and Jon Staff aren’t the Facebook guys. Davis and Staff are the anti-Facebook guys. They built a

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As millennials embrace RVs, next wave of travel trailers go hip

In 2015, Jessi and Valerie Smith took a radical step toward downsizing. The couple, both 30 at the time, decided to trade in their three-bedroom San Francisco home to take up residence in an 8-square-foot TAB Teardrop camper. There were a few growing, or in this case, shrinking, pains. They would bump their heads on

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