Love is in the air, but is it in your home? After years in the same place, it can be easy to forget what attracted us to our home in the first place. It’s important to find the right home and then keep the love alive. Whether you are living in a new home, a charming old house, a comfortable condo, or an apartment, there are things you can do to bring back the love. First, look around. What feeling do you get when you look objectively at your home, inside and out? Are there old curtains that are wearing […]
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Isn’t it about time for some positive news? The housing market for 2016 will be booming! Some are even saying that we will have the highest number of home s sold since 2006… that’s a decade ago! Read more HERE. Then call me so that I can help you spread this good news!
Get ready to crank up those air conditioners. July tends to be the hottest month of the year, and the heat will likely burn a hole through your wallet. In fact, about 7.3 percent of the average consumer’s total annual income goes to energy costs. So if you’re planning to relocate this summer, perhaps to start a new job, you may want to consider the disparity in energy costs among the candidate states on your short list. Digging Deeper into the real costs of energy this infographic is provided by Wallet Hub. 2015’s Most & Least Energy-Expensive States http://wallethub.com/edu/most-least-energy-expensive-states/4833/
Florida among least-expensive states for energy Florida may have long, hot and humid summers, but surprisingly, the state was ranked as the No. 7 least energy-expensive state in the United States. According to WalletHub.com, about 7.3 percent of the average consumer’s total annual income goes to energy costs. In Florida, the average total energy cost is $276, the average monthly electricity cost is $148, the average monthly natural gas cost is $3, the average monthly motor fuel cost is $124 and the average monthly home heating oil cost is $0.02. By contrast, the most energy-expensive state in the U.S. is […]