The current housing market we are experiencing in Knoxville is the most interesting I have every seen in my real estate career of 30 plus years. The problems we are experiencing are because of the bureaucrats… read more →
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, up to 30 percent of a home’s energy costs can be cut just by reducing drafts. For example, a 1/16-inch gap unsealed gap around a window is equivalent to leaving the window 3 inches open.
Home maintenance is an ongoing project. There’s always something to do around the house, or something to fix. The problem is, you may not have the time, or the skills, to get it done yourself. In this 4-minute piece from The Today Show on NBC, you’ll see some projects are quite simple.
Not all home improvements are created equal. Especially if you’re looking for “resale value” back from your work. An article from the Wall Street Journal lays it out cleanly. Function beats flash these days so be wary of where you spend.
Despite tougher mortgage guidelines and better loan disclosures for consumers, mortgage fraud is on the rise.
The number of foreclosure filings rose 3 percent in September, according to foreclosure-tracking firm RealtyTrac.
The Federal Reserve released its September 21, 2010 meeting minutes Tuesday afternoon. Mortgage rates are slightly higher today.