Artisanal Elegance For The Kitchen

Posted on: September 20, 2017 by in Blog
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  Brought to you by The Home Inspection Man Original, handcrafted décor brings an artisanal elegance to today’s modern kitchen. Designers and homeowners alike are incorporating more one-of-a-kind pieces that bring an individualized artisanship to the heart of the home. These unique fittings and fixtures adapt to multiple style preferences, from modern and contemporary urban design to rustic elegance. When it comes to the kitchen space, handmade furniture and accessories coupled Continue Reading ...

This Fall, Make Home Upgrades With Staying Power

Posted on: September 13, 2017 by in Blog
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  The Article Courtesy of The Home Inspection Man Fall can be the perfect time for homeowners to complete projects that busy summer schedules didn’t allow. It’s also a great time to look at ways to add lasting value to your property. This season, upgrade cheap fixes, freshen dated looks and incorporate lasting improvements in your home. Changes that can bring impact and also increase the resale potential of your home include: Lose the linoleum Linoleum has been popular in many Continue Reading ...

4 Things To Consider When Choosing Siding

Posted on: September 6, 2017 by in Blog
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  From your friends at The Home Inspection Man Selecting new siding is one of the most important curb appeal decisions homeowners face when building new or remodeling an existing home. With so many options — both classic and modern materials — there’s a lot to consider. Many manufacturers are now combining traditional styles and materials with advanced technologies, delivering a product homeowners can love for years to come. Among all the options on the market, vinyl siding Continue Reading ...

5 Ways To Create Big Luxury In A Small Bathroom

Posted on: August 30, 2017 by in Blog
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  Helpful information from The Home Inspection Man   If you’re thinking about remodeling your small bathroom, you may know that studies show updating a bathroom of any size can increase the value of a home. However, there’s a statistic from a Houzz survey you might not know: 75 percent of people who renovate a master bathroom don’t make it bigger. Enlarging a small master bathroom is often impractical; you may need to take space from another room, or extend an Continue Reading ...

Tips To Prepare Your Budget Before Buying A Home

Posted on: August 23, 2017 by in Blog
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  Brought to you by The Home Inspection Man   It’s virtually impossible to know what size home you can afford if you aren’t fully aware of how much money you are earning and how much you are spending each month. Start with your income: How much do you bring home after taxes and retirement plan contributions? Next, look at your expenses: What are your necessary expenses? How much are you paying each month toward your debt? What additional expenses do you have that Continue Reading ...

Study: Millennials Hate Living In Big Cities

Posted on: August 16, 2017 by in Blog
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  The Article Courtesy of The Home Inspection Man     Are millennials getting ready to leave big cities in droves? Some experts in demographics, economics, and real estate have predicted the millennial exodus from huge urban areas has already begun. If true, the question remains: where will they go? Some may head to the suburbs like their parents and grandparents did before them, but many will look for a different lifestyle, one that combines the advantages of Continue Reading ...

Study: Few African-Americans Own Homes

Posted on: August 9, 2017 by in Blog
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  From your friends at The Home Inspection Man     More than any other demographic group, African-Americans perceive homeownership as an integral component of the American Dream, and a way to build security and wealth for their families, according to a recent survey. The poll by Ipsos Public Affairs, conducted on behalf of Wells Fargo, found that 90 percent of African-Americans said home ownership would be a dream come true, and more than half were considering Continue Reading ...

How To Avoid High Energy Bills

Posted on: August 2, 2017 by in Blog
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Helpful Information from The Home Inspection Man Do you cringe each month when your utility bill arrives in the mail? If high energy costs are getting you down, don’t blame your electronic devices. Heating and cooling are the largest energy expense for most homes, reports the U.S. Department of Energy. If you dream of building a new, custom home, you must make some fundamental decisions about how the home will be built in order to avoid thousands of dollars in wasted energy costs each Continue Reading ...

3 Ways To Save Big Bucks on Home Cooling Costs

Posted on: July 26, 2017 by in Blog
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Article Courtesy of The Home Inspection Man   What would you rather do: Pay your utility bill or take a much-deserved vacation? With an endless stream of bills each month, you might wonder where you can find the money to jet off to the beach or mountain resort of your dreams. There is a solution. The average U.S. household spends more than $2,200 yearly on energy bills, with about half of that for heating and cooling, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). As a large Continue Reading ...

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Buying Your First Home

Posted on: July 19, 2017 by in Blog
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Brought to you by The Home Inspection Man Buying your first home is comparable to the first time you ride a bike. You can learn how it works from your parents and observe it from a distance, but you really won’t know the ins and outs until you sit down on the bicycle and start riding. Like most beginners, first-time homebuyers will likely make a few mistakes as they initially go through the home-buying process in the upcoming year. Here are five mistakes first-time homebuyers often Continue Reading ...