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Maintaining My Home

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Should You Refinance Before Retirement? 7 Pros and Cons

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When retirement is looming on the horizon, the decision to refinance can be complicated—especially with interest rates now on the rise. Read More

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5 Renos That Up Your Home's Value ... And 5 That Don't

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A list of 5 renovations you should do to your home, and 5 that you should avoid. Read More

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6 Home DIYs That You Can Do in a Single Weekend

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Here are six ways to freshen up your home’s exterior for $200 or less. Read More

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How Much Home Improvement Should You Do?

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When considering renovations, which should you tackle first, and how do you know if you have enough money in the coffers to tackle it? Read More

Small Upgrades, Big Savings
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Energy Efficient Home Improvement: Save Energy & More

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Go green with these simple energy conservation tips

Simple energy-efficient home updates like fixing leaky faucets and drafty windows can conserve energy, and be good for your pocket. Learn easy ways to go green. Read More

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Prepare Your Home for Winter

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A few simple steps can help you winterize your home this fall, keeping you safe and comfortable during the colder months -- and saving you money in the process. Read More

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Insuring a New Home During Construction

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While the house of your dreams is being built, you should insure the structure and its contents. Read More

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Insuring a Condo or Co-Op

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Insuring a condo or co-op is a little different from insuring a typical home because you don't own the entire building. Read More

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The average family spends 50 to 70 percent of its utility bill on cooling and heating. Buy a programmable thermostat (available at hardware stores for less than $100).