Government Programs That Pay You to Remodel Your Home

May 5

Government Programs That Pay You to Remodel Your Home

Federal, state, and local government incentive programs for home remodeling are aimed at helping homeowners improve the value of their homes, which in turn supports the economy and helps strengthen communities. These are official programs that provide tax relief, low-interest loans, and other incentives, but they can be hard to find. For example, you may find a […]
Apr 18

What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?

What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover? A Homeowners Insurance Policy (also known as an HO-3 policy) can cover damage caused by such perils as fire, windstorms, hail, lightning and vandalism. Typically, damage caused by floods and earthquakes is not covered by basic homeowner insurance policies. Optional homeowner insurance coverages and policies may be available to cover […]
Apr 6

10 home renovations to make before you retire

Retirement is on the horizon, and you’re thinking about relocating to another city. But before you sell your current house, you might want to consider remodeling parts of your home to increase its value. • Garage-door replacement If your garage door is notably banged up or glaringly outdated, consider having a new one installed as […]
Feb 6

Kitchen Renovation—From Concept to Completion

During a recent scroll through LinkedIn, I came across a bathroom-remodel project by Wilson Kelsey Design. The way John Kelsey and Sally Wilson detailed the design process and illustrated it with sketches and renderings put me in mind to invite John to contribute a guest blog post, which is what follows. https://homeowner-news.com/app/uploads/2019/02/Video_Final.mp4 As is typical […]