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Let’s Talk Closets: How to Organize Your Closet Spaces Without Breaking the Bank

There is a particular pleasure in a well-organized closet; not to mention the space and energy-saver that it becomes! And the best part is that you don't need to spend tons of money to get a dapper closet space. A lot of the work is just thinking outside the (clothing) box. Plan The Closet First Before anything else, sit down and plan out your closet. Measure it so you know the exact dimensions (if you need to grab a rod or drawers, you'll know what size fits). Clean out your closet (to get a better idea of its contents and…
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3 Easy Ways to Make Your Home More ‘Pet Friendly’

Whether you're moving to a new home or you have a new family pet, it can be a struggle to make the place a little friendlier for them. From the garbage can to the cupboards and doors, there can be a lot of dangers that have the ability to hurt your furry friend you might not be aware of. If you're looking for some simple ways to make their life a little easier, here are a few things you can do. Take Care Of The Trash The image of dogs sifting through the trash is common for a reason, so…
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3 DIY Kitchen Upgrades That Will Boost Your Home Selling Price With Just A Few Hours Work

Homeowners who want to increase the appeal of their residence before putting it up for sale can, within a few hours and with a little elbow grease, perform some do-it-yourself (DIY) kitchen upgrades that are sure to pique the interest of would-be buyers. Many people either have or are in the process of listing their home, so it makes sense to do as much as possible to attract the interest of prospective purchasers. It need not cost a proverbial arm and a leg to boost the selling price of a home. Here are three DIY kitchen upgrades that will help…
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IRAs And Real Estate Investing

If you want to diversify your investments, you might be thinking about purchasing real estate. Buying property is expensive, so where are you going to get the money from? You might be able to use your IRA to help you buy property. You probably hold stocks, mutual funds, and bonds in your IRA, but did you know that you could also hold non-traditional retirement assets in your IRA? This includes real estate. How can you use your IRA to buy real estate?  Have The Right IRA First, you need to have the right Ira if you want to use it…
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Suffering in a ‘Low Inventory’ Real Estate Market? 3 Helpful Tips for Finding a Home to Buy

Many homebuyers struggle with finding a home that is within their price range, but many of those perusing the market also struggle when it comes to the search. If you're currently in the real estate market and are having difficulty finding a good selection of homes, here are some ways to expand your search so you can find an opportunity you're prepared to invest in. Look Over The Old Listings Whether you do it on your own or enlist the help of your real estate agent, it's worth looking through the old listings to determine if any old opportunities are…
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