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Your mortgage requires you adequately maintain your property and not allow it to deteriorate. As a homeowner, you can't afford to sit back and postpone maintenance. You can extend the life of appliances and fixtures and avoid expensive repairs by performing routine maintenance yourself. It's a go...
Keep a copy of every document you signed at the closing. It's especially important to keep a copy of your settlement form. It will be useful when you file taxes and if you sell your home. For example, the real estate taxes and loan discount points you paid as part of your closing costs are tax de...
You've just moved in. Most of your belongings are still in boxes. But you've decided the first thing you want to do is redo the first-floor bathroom, buy new furniture for the living room and strip the wallpaper from every wall in the house. Stop. Put your hands in your pockets, seal your wallet,...