Most homeowners would agree that there’s a huge difference between buying a house and creating a home. A house is a physical structure that can simply be purchased, whereas a home is something that evolves over time. I have moved many times over the past few years, as my husband and I have enjoyed the process of renovating and “flipping” a few houses. While it can take a while to truly bond with a house, here are a few tips I have learned that will help you get settled in and connect with your new home as quickly as possible.
Home Improvement and DIY
Hello friends and welcome back for another post in my Home Ownership 101 Series! With the new year’s arrival many of homeowners start thinking of home improvement projects they would like to complete in the year ahead. While many of these projects are more geared to aesthetic improvements, it should definitely be a priority to check out the five potential problem areas in your home related to safety first, before proceeding to the more “fun” aspects of home improvement. *This post contains affiliate links and/or sponsored content.
Spring is coming, and for many homeowners it is a time for tidying up the landscape and boosting curb appeal. There are many ways to boost your curb appeal but only a few will add real value. For instance, installing new garage doors or replacing a roof by working with a roofing company will do the trick.