3 Roofing Tips for Storm Season

With harsh weather all around us, homeowners across the country are battening down the hatches. One of the most dangerous issues to have during a storm - and the most expensive - is a faulty roof. To help, Todd Miller, publisher of asktoddmiller.com and CEO of Isaiah Industries, hopes to help … [Read more...]

4 Ways to Stop Mold Growth in Your Home

In addition to being unsightly, mold in your home can cause serious health concerns. According to Perfect Home Services, in sufficient quantities, mold can cause more serious consequences to those exposed. Sick Building Syndrome, ongoing symptoms linked to time spent in a building heavily polluted … [Read more...]

7 Ideas to Improve Curb Appeal

(Family Features)--Whether you're hoping to sell in the near future or simply looking to touch up outdated areas, there's one aspect of home maintenance most homeowners agree is important: curb appeal. It's a broad term that may reference any number of visible features, meaning there are plenty of … [Read more...]

Homeowners Moving Forward on Renovations Despite Debt

More than two-thirds of U.S. homeowners who already carry significant debt are planning home renovations, with most intending to finance the projects with credit cards or personal loans. The findings are from a new Freedom Debt Relief survey detailing American homeowners' plans for home … [Read more...]

Financial Moves to Make After Closing

For first-time homebuyers, the lead up to and through move-in day demands the level of energy one might expend training for a marathon — or scaling Mount Everest! So it's not unusual or uncommon for new homeowners to lose sight of the necessary steps they need to take to ensure their financial … [Read more...]

Late Hiring for a Hot Summer Project? Don’t Get Burned!

The fastest way to crush the anticipation and excitement over a new homeowner's first significant improvement project is by hiring a bad contractor. With home improvement season in full swing, many reputable contractors have already lined up jobs weeks and even months in advance. This increases the … [Read more...]


The Northern Virginia real estate market appears to be heading for historically high prices. Home prices have experienced a big run up from the bottoming of the market nearly ten years ago.  While it is not entirely evident in the year-over-year data on home prices, the price per square foot … [Read more...]

An Organized School Year Starts With Planning

Getting the most out of the school year is about preparation. Plan NOW for the 2019-2020 school year. The following strategies will see you through.   DEVELOP A COMMAND CENTER So that your operations are as smooth as possible throughout the year, put together an area that includes … [Read more...]

Staycation All I Ever Wanted

It’s that wonderful time of year again where we start thinking of where to go for our upcoming family vacation. This year you may want to consider the stay-at-home alternative, the Staycation. It’s a growing trend and there’s lots of good reasons for it. Here’s just a few salient points. Major … [Read more...]

Selling Your Northern Virginia Home this Summer? Start Now!

By the time you read this, the summer housing market here in Northern Virginia will be in full swing. While housing inventory begins to taper in early June, demand is as strong as ever. Families are eager to lock in a home before the fall bustle begins, and homeowners who start right now can still … [Read more...]

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