How to Move While Practicing Social Distancing

How to Move While Practicing Social Distancing

So it’s the middle of a pandemic and you find yourself having to move soon, how do you do it appropriately and safely? There are a few routes to take, whether it’s professional help or just family and friends, but you still need to practice social distancing. Here’s how.

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Philly Fed Chief Warns of ‘Significant Slowdown’ in Q1

Philly Fed Chief Warns of ‘Significant Slowdown’ in Q1

The president of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve has cautioned that he is bracing for the economy to lose much of its oomph in the first three months of 2020.

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8 Hidden Problems in the Bedroom You Might Not Spot in a Home Video Tour

Glossing over the bedroom could mean huge pet peeves after you buy—or worse, real problems that cost you money. Watch out for these issues in the boudoir. 

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My Husband Bought a Retirement Property, but Only Put His Name on the Deed. Will His Adult Children Inherit This Home?

One retirement house, 25 years of marriage, one set of children on one side… and no will. What’s the solution to this situation?

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The Pros and Cons of Building vs. Buying as a First-time Homeowner

If you’re torn between buying or building a home, understanding what each option entails will help you make a more informed decision. Here are the pros and cons of each journey.

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Home Buyer’s Guide: How to Purchase a Property, From Start to Finish [Free Download]

Purchasing a home is both exciting and a major milestone in your life, so you’ll want to be prepared for what to expect to avoid a stressful process. Having an in-depth look at the buyer’s journey can help you make informed and confident decisions. From finding a real estate agent, negotiating offers to getting your […]

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How Much Money Do You Need to Buy a House?

Understanding how much money you need to buy a house can give you an idea of how much you should expect to save. You’re probably excited about the thought of buying your first home? If so, you have every right to be. But how much money do you need to buy a house? A calculator …

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These Free TV Apps Will Let You Cut Cable but Keep Content

Are you looking for ways to get around rising cable costs? These apps will let you keep your content — for free!

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Lifestyle Blogger Jesse Coulter Gives House Tour of New Texas Home

After sharing her homebuying process with Homes.com in June, 2019, Jesse Coulter wanted to give a first-hand look at how her house has become her family’s home. Using Homes.com’s match tool, Coulter was able to find the perfect home for her and her family.

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Commercial Real Estate Investors Face Difficult 2021

Commercial Real Estate Investors Face Difficult 2021

As the world puts 2020 in the rear view, the real reckoning for U.S. commercial real estate owners may be still to come. So reports MarketWatch. Pat Jackson,

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