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America is going through some unprecedented events in its history, so many Americans are understandably nervous about their futures. That anxiety is making a lot of people second-guess every major financial move they might make, including whether or not to buy a house right now. Why Are People So Anxious About Buying a Home Right … more »
Okay, we’re just going to say it: Everybody is a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Shake off the winter grays, put on your favorite green shirt, green shoes or green hat and get ready to celebrate with the rest of Indianapolis. Indy’s celebration of St. Patrick’s Day is actually a whole-week event full … more »
There’s nothing like a fresh coat of paint to boost curb appeal and make an entire home feel fresh. But exactly how much does it cost to paint a house?  House-painting costs can vary significantly depending on your home’s square footage, where you live, and who is crunching the numbers. But the pros at the trade organization … more »
Did you score a last minute babysitter and are looking for something to do this weekend? Here are 12 things you should check out for Valentine’s Day! Beer & Ballet The Ballet Theatre of Indiana and Sun King Brewing Co. are teaming up for the sixth year in a row for “Beer & Ballet” at … more »
If it’s time to think about replacing your windows I have good news for you. The return on investment is pretty high! Something every homeowner wants to hear if they have to drop a pretty significant amount of cash. We all know that someone that will set out to replace their windows themselves (maybe that someone is … more »
It’s the year 2020. You look around your kitchen designed several decades ago and let out a sigh. Where to start? If you glance at any number of ‘kitchen update’ boards on Pinterest, you’ll notice a lot of before-and-after photos of painted cabinets. Those after photos look good. So, now the wheels are turning. This looks to … more »
1. Prepare your kids on what is about to happen Younger children may not understand exactly what moving means, so it is always good to explain to them what is about to happen. For older children in school and especially if they will have to go to a new school, you need to explain to … more »
Homes will continue to shrink. The sprawling, suburban homes that Baby Boomers coveted will increasingly become a relic of the past in 2020 and into the next decade as the median square footage of newly built, single-family homes will fall for the fourth time in five years. The U.S. will not enter a recession in 2020. As … more »
Helping buyers fall for your property takes more than running the vacuum and fluffing the pillows: It’s about the POP!   Living Room When placing anything from accent pillows and table lamps, go for symmetry, which is pleasing to the eye. Light it up with lamps. Chic lamps provide both added lighting and appealing decor. … more »
The only thing more exciting than shopping for your first house is the day you move into it. And in your eagerness to get to that day, there are a bunch of opportunities to botch the shopping. Here are some #facepalm moments and the house-hunting tips you’ll need to avoid them.   “I Saw the House Online. It’s Perfect … more »