The following article was written by guest bloger
Matt Polsky of VAMortgageCenter.com.
Making environmentally-friendly improvements to your home doesn’t have drain your savings, especially if you’re a military homeowner or a prospective one. The VA Home Loan Guaranty program enables service members and veterans to finance the home of their dreams<< MORE >>
In a world that had become rather technological in all the ways to save energy I thought I would point out some simple tips that are easy to do, dont cost an arm and a leg and pretty much anyone
can do them.
1. Replace your incandescent bulbs ...
In an effort to keep my subscribers up to date I am passing along information pertaining to the 2010 real estate market in the Iowa Quad Cities. Even as a REALTOR in the Quad Cities
who is in this business everyday, its interesting to look back at the statistics. When I preform a Price Analysis for my prospective sellers I take a long look and analyze the current market
stats. I guess you could say that I'm kind of a stat. guy when it comes to real estate.
Below you will see several tables that summarize different aspects ...
As December came and went (in like a lamb and out like a lion) I find myself asking, What Happened!? As most other REALTORS know, the beginning of December marks that break-off point of getting one last deal in before the end of the year.Before we know it that month has surpassed us and for many, that one last deal never happened. In fact, personally, that 'one last deal' mentality came much sooner than December. It was more like late September early November when I was hoping to at least get one or t<< MORE >>
One of the perks of my EcoBroker® designation is they keep me up to date on the latest issues that pertain to energy efficiency and sustainability. The latest news comes from www.energytaxincentives.org in which they discuss the likely hood of extending the home energy tax incentives. These include rebates on new homes, home ...<< MORE >>