Save Big With A Shorter Term Loan

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There is a great infographic posted at the Reality Goddess Blog looking at how to save big with a shorter term loan.  They note that: “Switching from a 30 year to a 15 year fixed rate mortgage increases your monthly payment by $593 dollars, but saves you close to 96,000 in interest savings!” Check it […]

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Cherry Hill Event To Welcome New Residents

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Want to learn about the community? Cherry Hill Mayor Cahn and Township Council would like to Welcome New Residents to Cherry Hill. They are inviting you to join the Mayor and Council, State and County Representatives, Superintendent of Schools, Library Director and Police and Fire Officals to learn why Cherry Hill is a great place […]

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RealtorMag says now is the time to sell

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There was an interesting story posted recently online at RealtorMag, the official magazine of the National Realtors Association looking at the housing market from the perspective of the potential seller. From their article: “There’s such little inventory that my joke is it’s like the last shrimp at the buffet at a cocktail party and everyone’s […]

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March tips for Lawn Care Garden Planning

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These few tips may insure a green lawn and lush plantings throughout the Spring/Summer seasons: Sharpen those mower blades before the first mowing. this will provide proper cut needed for a healthy lawn. Check lawn care programs that are recommended for your type of lawn.  Now may be the time to treat & control crabgrass and other […]

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8 Dirty Secrets in Your Home

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These are the 8 dirtiest places in your home…… Undersides of rugs Kitchen garbage disposal Kitchen vent hood Kitchen crevices Ceilings and ceiling fans Around the toilet Debris-filled crawlspace Dryer vents When getting ready to put your home on the market, make sure these little places are sparkling clean. Buyers do look! If these places […]

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A Bit About Mold

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There are a number of little things to look out for when purchasing a new home. Normally the things to consider includes such things as location, wiring, the condition of the house itself, and several other factors. One of these factors that the home buying public is becoming more concerned with is mold. There are […]

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HUD Launches First Fair Housing App

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The U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently launched the first housing discrimination mobile application (app) for iPhone and iPad. Developed by HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) and Hewlett Packard (HP), the app uses the latest technology to provide consumers with a quick and easy way to learn about […]

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HOW TO PREPARE YOUR HOUSE FOR SALE

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Every seller wants their home to sell fast and bring top dollar. Here is how to prep a house and turn it into an irresistible and marketable home. Disassociate Yourself With Your Home. Make the mental decision to “let go” of your emotions and focus on the fact that soon this house will no longer […]

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2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Trends

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Many of the design features looking to dominate this year’s kitchen and baths trends remain classic elements, but perhaps with innovative materials and function. Here’s a look at the top trends you’ll see and the homes representing them: Soft Contemporary This is still very much a modern, contemporary look, but with softer lines, warmer color […]

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Buying A House With Resale In Mind

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Interesting information from Dian Hymer of Inman News: At the end of the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s, homeowners in many areas cashed in big profits when they sold. This enabled them to trade up to a bigger home, sometimes in a better neighborhood. Homeowners used their homes as piggy banks through the use of home […]

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Consumers Cutting Back on Holiday Splurges

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The November poll hosted on the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) website queried consumers regarding holiday spending. The results revealed that 50 percent of consumers intend to spend less on holiday purchases this year than last, indicating they are in a worse financial position, while thirty-seven percent plan to spend nothing at all, as […]

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How-To: Prioritize Your Debt

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Is all debt created equal? Maybe not. In order to pay down debt faster while paying the least amount of interest, you’ll need to prioritize some debt over others so that you can pay the least amount in the long run–being strategic about which ones you pay off first can save a significant amount of […]

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Tips for Choosing a Health Insurance Plan

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Family Features—Over half of all Americans will need to make choices about their health insurance by 2014, and already, millions are making decisions about their Medicare drug or Medicare Advantage plans. But many people struggle with choosing the right plans for personal health care insurance, family plans, or deciding on behalf of a loved one. […]

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Tips for Rebuilding after a Storm

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In the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy, thousands of homeowners along the East Coast are assessing the damage their homes sustained in the storm and will soon begin the rebuilding process. A natural disaster of this magnitude can be daunting, leaving many unsure of where to begin. If your home was affected, read the following […]

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