One of my favorite things about the DIY world is watching the awesome and interesting ways that people reuse things they already have. Below are three awesome projects that were popular on our DIYs and How-to’s Pinterest board this week.
After covering the trend toward hotter markets in the Pacific Northwest and California, we're taking a trip to the desert- and we're taking you with us. Pack your sunscreen! Because the weather isn't the only thing heating up in Nevada and Arizona. Property values too, after a deep thaw, and warming up for a turn around. Today we'll study this national trends toward fewer homes sold for less than asking price as it applies to Las Vegas, NV, Phoenix, AZ and Tucson, AZ.
The heat wave continues.
Wishing you a safe, happy, and spectacular 4th of July!!!!
Since homeownership is an integral part of the country’s economy, the federal government has a stake in the nation’s real estate market. That’s one of the reasons the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) offers special loan programs to make homeownership possible for more Americans. The FHA loan stands as a prime example of such a program, but like all things federal, is a complicated phenomenon. Today we look closer at this loan and its pros and cons.
What is an FHA Loan?
You can use solar power to heat your home, your water heater, your pool, or to generate electricity. No longer the bulky technology of its first incarnation, modern solar comes from slender panels, in the form of roof shingles or facades. They can be quite elegant, increasing the beauty of a home as well as its energy efficiency.
Myths about Solar