Beautiful Modern Fence Design Ideas

When you start to pay attention to fencing—look at your neighbors’ fences or search online—you’re likely to discover quite a range of looks, from wood to vinyl to metal, from basic vertical pressure-treated or composite boards to more decorative horizontal cedar planks, from edge-to-edge layout to unique designs that look more like modern art than … More Beautiful Modern Fence Design Ideas

Open House Event

322 SW 31st AVE, Cape Coral                                   $284,000                      OPEN HOUSE 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Sunday, May 27 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Monday, May 28 Here is … More Open House Event

Everything You Need to Know About Log-Home Living

Do you dream of living in a cozy log cabin? Read this primer first. Although log structures originated in Scandinavia, Russia, and Eastern Europe, they are now icons of American architecture. Today, log homes come in all styles and sizes, from modest unheated weekend cabins to sprawling state-of-the-art estates. Guide to Log-Home Living Long prevalent … More Everything You Need to Know About Log-Home Living

LEARN HOW TO MIX DINING CHAIRS LIKE A DESIGN PRO

How to Mix Dining Chairs: Start With Doubles If you’re looking for a good recipe to shake up your dining room style, then start mixing things up with mismatched chairs. This eclectic style has become a here-to-stay trend we love—and why not? Mingling different chairs opens up countless ways to play with color, texture, and … More LEARN HOW TO MIX DINING CHAIRS LIKE A DESIGN PRO

THIS IS HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO MAKE TO OWN A HOME IN SOME STATES

Millennials, put down the avocado toast. Ever dream of owning a home in sunny California or picturesque Colorado? This map will let you know if you can actually live that dream someday. *** determined the cost of an average home in each state by pulling the medium home prices from Zillow, calculating monthly payments with … More THIS IS HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO MAKE TO OWN A HOME IN SOME STATES

Regulatory Relief Bill Passes Senate By Liz Dominguez

Following the financial crisis of 2008 and the Great Recession, the federal government imposed regulations in the form of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act—an effort to ensure financial stability and consumer protection. Senate Banking Committee Chair Mike Crapo introduced bill S. 2155—the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act—which proposes … More Regulatory Relief Bill Passes Senate By Liz Dominguez

Good News For Buyers With Less Than Great Credit by STEVE COOK MARCH 6, 2018

The three greatest barriers keeping renters from becoming homeowners are financial: saving for a down payment, finding an affordable house, and qualifying for a mortgage loan. The down payment problem is less pressing since nearly 3,000 state and local governments offer low down payments as well as FHA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Some conventional … More Good News For Buyers With Less Than Great Credit by STEVE COOK MARCH 6, 2018