I encourage my clients to buy wise. Here are 3 things to help you do the same.
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By answering these 3 questions, you’ll be able to choose a property that’s at the right price and location for your goals.
As with anything, knowing what you need is a great way to make wise and empowering choices and purchases.
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Here are 7 benefits you gain when you own your home
Let's get the obvious one out of the way:
Fixed rate locks in your interest rate at the current rate when you apply for your mortgage.
Adjustable rate allows the interest rate to fluctuate.
Fixed rate is always the safest in my opinion (and many experts agree) because your budget is stable. But for the sake of argument... let's look at ARM (Adjustable Rate Mortgages) really work.
When you apply for an ARM, you'll get a set of numbers that look like this 3/2/5.
What do these numbers mean?
— whether it’s a potting shed or greenhouse, small potting bench or shelf in the garage. Not only will you learn what you have and what you need before heading to the nursery; you’ll also benefit from a clean, organized space during gardening season.
If this sounds overwhelming, or if the weather makes it impossible to find your garden shed, much less spend time cleaning it, don’t despair. You can do this in small steps or even wait until a warm weekend in May. And whenever you do clean, the reward can be a place that works for how you love to garden.
If you have the room, pull everything off the shelves and out of the corners into a central sorting space so you can really see what you have — and not be tempted to ignore those things in the back. Weed out everything that is broken, extraneous or no longer needed.
Now look at what remains. Consider items in general categories: pots, tools, chemicals
Evaluate what you really need and use. This might include some plastic pots of different sizes for growing vegetable starts, some ceramic pots for your deck and some terra-cotta pots for the garden. Then keep what you love or and will use. Give the rest to someone who will appreciate them, whether you offer them online, set them out on a curb or donate them to a community garden.
Tip: Nurseries will often take back plastic pots that are 1 gallon or larger. When you head to the store to buy new plants for spring, take the pots with you.
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Whether you need to remove a stain or refresh the space, bleaching hardwood can get you results.
Bleaching hardwood floors is a chemical process to lighten the color of the wood. Sometimes your hardwood floors become discolored with age or accidental stains. Occasionally, homeowners choose to lighten their floors in preparation for special finishes, such as antiquing or pickling.
Learn how to bleach your hardwood floors, including what type of bleach to use, to get the job done correctly.
Types of wood bleachThere are three types of bleach you can use on wood: chlorine bleach, “two-part” (peroxide) bleaches and oxalic acid. Not all bleaches are interchangeable. The best bleach for your floor depends on the source of color you seek to remove. The challenge, then, is to know what made the stain and which bleach is appropriate.
3 Primary Types of Cleaner Options:
1. Chlorine bleach
2. Two-part bleaches
3. Ozalic acid
Instruction for best use below
(originally published on Zillow.com)
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