Guest Blogger: Maria Ramos
Not all innovations are created equal — the majority of each year’s new tech products are doomed to the scrap heap the moment they leave the shelves. Uninspired and easily forgettable, these are the home tech tools you DON’T want to take home with you. However, after this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, we saw plenty of great products that got us excited about the future of home technology all over again.
Read on for the 2015 best tech tools for homeowners! Read More
When owning a home you might not be aware of some of the items that are tax deductible for upcoming tax season. Here are the top 5 deductions or tax tips for homeowners that you can take on your taxes leveraging your home. Read More
There is so many tech tools for the home on the market. With so many tools, which ones are worth investing in to help protect and manage your home? Here are our top recommended home tech that can help you manage your home.
Invest in a Generator
With all the electronics in our home, it may be a great time to invest in home generator. A homeowner can invest in a small portable generator for as low as $300. If you are the homeowner who wants to keep your spaces in your home in full operation then investing in a large generator is an option however, these systems can cost between $9,000 and $15,000. This backup generator can make sure you have the necessary heat when the weather turns cold. It can keep your food refrigerator operating to keep feeding your family should you be stuck inside due to a winter storm. It can also keep you connected Read More
Guest Blogger: AJ Smith
Keeping a household budget seems pretty straightforward — so why do we have so much trouble sticking to it? One trick you can try to help is to think of yourself as a business. Businesses have expenses and money coming in and focus on that bottom line. They also can use profits to re-invest in making the business better. Check out the following tips to try budgeting like a business. Read More
In 2014, over five millions homes were bought and sold. And according to the Census, there are 120 million homes in the US. Of these 120 millions homes, 70 million are fully owner occupied.
A “physical home” has been well understood for the last few centuries. People intuitively know that a physical home is made up of various structural materials, building materials, equipment, fixtures, and finishes. The real estate process is well defined. As are property laws, transfer ownership of these physical homes and the insurance Read More