March 2020

Found 3 blog entries for March 2020.

Tips for Home Buyers Purchasing a Home in Another CountryBuying a home in a foreign country can be challenging! Differences from the Cadence home buying process can make navigating the real estate market in a foreign country difficult. In addition, securing financing in a foreign country is often challenging, because banks are reluctant to loan money to home buyers if they cannot easily recover the money in the event of a default. Home buyers who want to purchase a home in a foreign country can navigate the process more easily by talking to a real estate professional. Here's what you need to know.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

1. Do Your Research

Each nation has its own rules and laws

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Maintenance Calendar For HomeownersAs with anything regularly utilized, maintenance is a part of the deal. Homes are certainly no exception. Homeowners are responsible for doing all the maintenance themselves as a DIY project or hiring a third party to handle more intensive tasks. This handy guide is designed to help streamline home maintenance duties throughout the year.

Monthly Home Maintenance

Set aside time each month to perform these small but essential tasks.

Check HVAC System: Inspect air filters in any main units as well as filtered return vents. Replace or clean dirty filters as needed. Those in dusty environments and those with pets or allergies may require monthly air filter replacements.

Check Range Hood Filter: Right above most ovens, there is a hood vent that

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4 Traits to Avoid When Planting a TreeTrees can be a great way to add life to a yard or garden and boost curb appeal. They provide shade, can flower in the spring, and can even be used to hang birdfeeders or other decorations from. However, not all trees are the same, and homeowners can’t just go to their local garden center and pick one at random. Many trees have traits that can be extremely inconvenient as the tree grows, and they can make themselves annoying to the homeowner or even damage the home. Here are some of the different traits all homeowners should avoid when choosing a new tree for their yard or garden.

How Tall the Tree Will Grow

When a homeowner purchases a tree, it’s not going to be fully grown. It may only be six to eight feet tall at the time of purchase, but it

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