Archive for February, 2009

A Few More Ways To Save On That Energy Bill…Part II

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009 Posted in "Green" Living, Energy savings, Home Care, Real Estate Tips and Advice | Comments Off on A Few More Ways To Save On That Energy Bill…Part II

Most people purchase window treatments, such as heavy drapes, blinds or shutters to complete the look they want to establish on the inside of their home. But curtains, drapes, blinds ... Read more..

So Many Ways To Save Money On Your Energy Bills…Here Are A Few

Monday, February 23rd, 2009 Posted in Energy savings, Home Care, Real Estate Tips and Advice | Comments Off on So Many Ways To Save Money On Your Energy Bills…Here Are A Few

Energy Tips to Help Put Money Back Into Your Pocket Most showerheads use twice the water needed for a thorough, enjoyable shower. By installing low-flow shower heads and faucets it not ... Read more..

GREAT NEWS FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS!

Thursday, February 19th, 2009 Posted in Real Estate Tips and Advice, Tax | Comments Off on GREAT NEWS FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS!

  FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT The bill provides for a $8,000 tax credit that would be available to first-time home buyers for the purchase of a principal residence on or after ... Read more..

A Question Many People Are Asking Themselves: Should We Refinance?

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 Posted in Financing Options, Re-finance, Real Estate Tips and Advice | Comments Off on A Question Many People Are Asking Themselves: Should We Refinance?

There are lots of good reasons to refinance and most of them involve saving money. When refinancing your mortgage, you must look at the big picture to see if it really ... Read more..

If You Are Considering A Short Sale Keep These Things In Mind

Friday, February 13th, 2009 Posted in Foreclosure, Loan Modification, Real Estate Tips and Advice, Short Sale | Comments Off on If You Are Considering A Short Sale Keep These Things In Mind

How the Banks Approve A Short Sale. Short sales happen when a lender agrees to accept less than the amount owed against the home because there may not be enough equity to sell ... Read more..