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January 5, 2021
Heater options make your garage a winter hit

Many homeowners find their unfinished garages are valuable spaces for work play or rest and relaxation. During hotter months the windowless rooms can provide respite from the indoor malaise fueled by the summer sun.

But in the winter cold-weather days can make your favorite "extra room" frigid and uncomfortable.

Don’t let it spoil your fun. A...

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December 29, 2020
Toward a more affordable future

With millions of individuals under 40 struggling with student loan debt and rising healthcare costs even modestly priced real estate can be difficult to afford.

Every U.S. metro area tracked by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) in the third quarter of 2020 saw home prices rise driven by unprecedented demand low mortgage rates and depleted...

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December 18, 2020
Cutting spending can be mortgage's saving grace

As we near the end of 2020 many American homeowners are anxious about both their health and their finances.

Certainly with much of the nation still in lockdown mode it can be hard to see over the economic hurdles to any promising light emerging at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel.

Tough times are often a...

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December 14, 2020
DIY plumbing can make you flush with confidence

While major plumbing problems are best left to a professional there are a few repairs around the house pretty much anyone can do.

Mostly maintenance chores their successful completion can provide a real feeling of self-reliance and go a long way toward avoiding big future bills.

Rule number one for every aspiring DIY plumber: Locate the...

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December 7, 2020
The more things change, the more they stay the same

The more things change the more they stay the same. Like people being social animals. Over time they’re likely to form households. Often those households produce children.

And after one child they start thinking about buying a first home. If they’re already homeowners they’ll start thinking about getting a bigger one.

It’s a natural process resulting...

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November 30, 2020
Parks’ role evolving in changing world

In March of 2020 the entire world was turned upside down by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Since COVID-19 visitation at state and local parks has exploded. The crush of public visitation requires agencies to be as flexible and adaptable as possible while still enforcing strong health protocols.

While recent news about promising vaccine candidates brings hope for...

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