Spurred by historically low interest rates, new refinances made up about $328.5 billion in total dollar volume in Q1, up 105 percent from the same period last year BY LILLIAN DICKERSON | Refinance loans comprised 55.7 percent of a total of 1.92 million home loans in the first quarter of 2020, according to Attom Data Solutions’ Q1 […]
Cook up the open layout of your dreams using these tips from a Canton designer Who: Erica Caserta of Showcase Kitchens Where: Canton, Connecticut In her own words: “A lot of people have older homes, such as Capes and Colonials, with smaller rooms that they want to incorporate into one big space.”A maze of parlors, formal dining rooms and […]
Proactive is the buzzword when addressing both cosmetic and mechanical components of a listing. It’s that time of year again, the 2018 selling season is upon us. If you have clients getting ready to put their home on the market, the task list to prep for the market can seem endless. To make it easy, […]
A date with a glass of wine and your favorite curry dish while watching the latest season of “Orange Is the New Black” may seem like the perfect way to spend your evening — until you hear something alive in that leaning tower of plates you’ve been ignoring all week. Why, oh why, do you […]
Did you know…when emphasizing a room’s best feature or playing down the flaws, paint has remodeling power! Every home suffers a few negatives, but not every solution requirespricey structural changes. Paint is an often-overlooked, low-cost remodeler’s remedy for common complaints with interiors, offering the chameleon-like ability to lighten, warm, enlarge, erase, or attract attention. “Paint is […]
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, MARCH 04, 2016 Kitchen redos can be pricey. That means home owners on a budget must be choosy when trying to decide what kitchen projects to spend money on and what improvements can wait. Realtor.com® recently launched a new series “Renovations That Really Pay Off,” and their first article […]
Early winter of 2015-2016 has been unseasonably warm here in Eastern CT, but that’s what we had last year until we got hit with a Blizzard and 3 Polar vortexes that put us into a deep freeze with temps struggling to get out of the teens early last February. Getting busy outside your home NOW […]
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Choice is simple, pay to trim your trees OR pay your homeowner's insurance deductible after high wind storm takes down a tree in your yard.