No more trips to the laundromat, shared walls, or noisy upstairs neighbors are just some of the benefits most homeowners enjoy. If you’re dreaming about owning your own home, it’s time to start saving for your down payment. Make your start with these tips!
“Go big or go home” doesn’t have to apply when you’re already talking about your home. You don’t need to invest a ton of time or money to make a big statement in your backyard. Here are some things you can do in your yard that fit both the biggest and smallest budgets.
Drywall holes may look terrible, but they’re usually pretty easy to fix. If you’ve got small holes you want to repair, you should be able to do it yourself without spending too much money.
A gallon of paint costs around $30 to $50 and can transform the whole bathroom.
You don’t have to be a professional to create an atmosphere that appeals to buyers. Cover the five basic steps below to stage your home without spending a fortune.
There are events going on all week from June 29th-July 6th as a part of Belton’s 4th of July Celebration and you don’t want to miss them!
Whether you’re trying to spiff up your man cave or thinking about gift ideas for Father’s Day, here are some high impact options that won’t break the bank.
Did you put your house on the market so it would stay there for a long time? Probably not, but if you’re making these mistakes, that’s exactly what will happen. The good news is that it’s never too late to change your ways. See if you’re doing anything on this list, then stop right now.
“I can do it myself,” I heard coming from the kitchen. I stuck my head around the corner to investigate what potential disaster would befall my four-year-old. He was negotiating with his mother, insisting that he was perfectly capable of making his own peanut butter & jelly sandwich. Was he capable? Probably. Was it in the best interest of himself and our family. Probably not.