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- 10 Things to Consider When Adding on to Your Home September 1, 2014A home addition is a complicated task requiring a great deal of planning and, sometimes, a great deal of money. In order to save time, stress, and dollars, consider the following checklist before embarking on your home improvement plan. Develop a comprehensive plan and budget Figure out how to fund the project Determine the size and scope of the addition S
- Smart Kids’ Rooms that Grow with Time August 30, 2014(Family Features)—Costs for furnishing and decorating a child’s room can mount quickly, but with careful planning and a few smart purchases, the decisions you make for that nursery or toddler’s room can create a functional and clutter-free space that grows with your child well into the teen years. From convertible furniture to neutral walls, you can establis
- Back-to-School House Rules That Work August 29, 2014Every new school year begins with a clean slate; the kids are a year older, new schedules are in place, and new house rules may need to be established in order for the household to run smoothly. But it isn’t always easy. “Parents need to clarify their expectations,” points out family lifestyle consultant Carol Band. “And even then, you’ll need to have ways
- Word of the Day August 29, 2014Foreclosure. Legal action instigated by a lender to end all ownership rights when mortgage payments have not been kept up.