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6 Steps to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient This Winter

In the words of House Stark—winter is coming. Days are getting shorter and the temperature on the thermometer is dropping. To help you survive the coming season, here are some strategies that will help you save energy and money on heating costs, and stay cozy during the coldest months of the year.

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4 Times You Should Consider Refinancing Your Home

In early August, the rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.75%. According to HousingWire, these low rates put 8.2 million mortgages in the “refi eligible” zone. Essentially, this means that refinancing will likely save money on the mortgage, despite the application and funding costs.

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Increase Your Home's Value in 5 Simple Steps

No one knows your home like you do. You see its flaws, charm, and room for improvement daily. Whether you are looking to increase the value of your home over time, sell in the near future, or simply for a new project, follow these steps to make your home stand out, and reap the potential financial benefits:

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6 Unexpected Homebuying Costs

There are unexpected costs behind every major life investment. The hidden price tag on big purchases can be expensive and is usually non-negotiable. If you want to go to college, you'll need to buy textbooks. Buying a new car? Don't forget the auto insurance!

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Moving with Kids and Pets: Tips for a Smooth Transition

Summer is a favorite time of year for many people—especially kids. For school-aged children, summer means no school, summer camps, and more time outside to play with friends!

However, if your family is planning to move to a new home this summer—as many homebuyers do—instead you could be experiencing the stress of moving, and this kind of tension can easily be picked up by children and pets.

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