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How to keep your house warm – even in freezing temperatures

Contributed by This winter, consider the strategies below to keep your house warm, even during the most frigid days of the year. 1. Help your HVAC system work more efficiently No matter what kind of heating system you have, you can take steps to keep it working at its best. Schedule annual heating tune-ups […]

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April 2017 Homes & More of Coshocton County

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How To Purchase Your First Home In 2015

(NAPSI)—The American dream of homeownership may not be as hard to attain as many people seem to fear. A few intriguing facts and hints can help. The Facts While existing home sales have risen recently, the National Association of Realtors’ annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers found that the share of first-time buyers recently […]

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Put The Best Face On Your Home Appraisal

People get their home appraised for many reasons. Most commonly, a home appraisal is part of the selling process. Sometimes, a home appraisal is needed for insurance or refinancing purposes. No matter what the reason, there are things you can do to make your appraisal more successful. Start by hiring a qualified, licensed appraiser in […]

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How To Figure The Right Asking Price

Determining the selling price of your home, most likely your single largest investment, can be tricky. There is no predetermined formula to give you the price a buyer is willing to pay, while at the same time giving you the largest possible profit. However, through diligent market research, you may be successful at reaching an […]

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Finding The Right Real Estate Agent

Picking a real estate agent is one of the most important things you can do when buying a home. The agent will find you homes to look at, negotiate with the other party and eventually close the deal. They will help guide you through the process with their years of experience. Because they are so […]

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Get A Move On

Yahoo! You just bought a house and in a few months it will be all yours and you can move in. No need to start packing yet, right? Wrong. The sooner you start packing, the faster you’ll be able to get into your new house on moving day. Here are some tips. First you need […]

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Paint Tools Matter

You’re ready to paint. You selected a color, bought the paint and prepped the room. Now it’s time to get busy, right? Maybe. Before you crack open that paint can, make sure you have the right tools. A brush is not a brush. A roller is not a roller. In order to get the job […]

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Getting Ready For Your Home Purchase

Homeownership is back on the rise, and you might be thinking about putting down some roots and taking on a mortgage. It can be a daunting task, but following a few simple steps can help put you in the best position to be successful with your home purchase. First, check into your credit score. Along […]

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It’s Got Style

It seems like whenever you drive through a subdivision today, many of the houses look alike. Drive through an older neighborhood, however, and you will be probably be amazed by the different styles of houses present. Older houses tend to have a lot of character. Let’s take a quick look at some of the architectural […]

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