Your Wild Home Banister Repair 12-9

Easy DIY Banister Repair Tricks

You love your home, but there are always small projects that need attention. Maybe the front-porch steps are a bit shaky or the steps off the back deck feel like someone took more than a few tumbles, or maybe it’s…
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How The U.S. Election Could Impact the Home Buying Process

I try not to get too political, especially on my blog, because I focus on the aspects of buying, improving, and selling a home. The trouble is, there’s a lot riding on the 2016 presidential election. Letting the wrong candidate stroll…
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5 Tips for Buying Your First Home - Your Wild Home

5 Tips For Buying Your First Home

Have you noticed yourself eyeing up the For Sale signs in the area? Are you looking at your bank account and the loan interest rates? Thinking that this just may be the time to scout the possibility of home ownership?…
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Should I Buy A Home With Baseboard Heaters?

Last winter, when 3 feet of snow accumulated in late winter, I celebrated for the week that it took for the snow plows to dig us out. When I opened up my heating bill, the story was a bit different. It…
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Your Wild Home 10-13

When Is It OK to Use Untreated Lumber at Home?

You found that cute DIY project on Pinterest, and now the preparation begins. So, you head over to your local hardware store and check out their lumber wares. There are many different types of wood, so you may be wondering,…
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You Need To Ask Your Home Inspector These 17 Questions

You Need to Ask Your Home Inspector These 17 Questions

You think you’ve found the home of your dreams. Excellent! The next step now is to make sure it’s not the home of your nightmares. A home inspector lets you know if there’s anything ugly hidden behind those beautiful walls.…
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your-wild-home-9-15-1

5 Problem Areas to Notice During a Home Tour

When you’re in the market for a house, virtual tours are terrific time savers. You don’t have to personally visit every home that might meet your needs. It allows you to automatically exclude places when the inside doesn’t live up…
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your-wild-home-9-8

What Real Estate Listings Are Really Saying

Looking for a new apartment or house can be tremendously fun. If you’re moving for a partner or for a new job, it can be exciting to think about the new possibilities and what you want to do in the…
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Your Wild Home 9-1

The 8 Dangers of Buying an Old Home

I looked up at the two stories in front of me. I had memorized the Zillow listing because I thought it was the house I was searching for since I moved to a new city. Envisioning an episode of HGTV come…
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5 DIY Tips for Your Summer Lake House or Cabin

Summer is obviously the ideal time to enjoy your lake house or cabin. Summer is also an ideal time to put a little bit of work into your property. Don’t be alarmed, though: a few small DIY projects can have…
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Transitioning from a renter to a home buyer? You’ve come to the right place. Here, you’ll find information on everything from researching homes to signing on the dotted line, along with general advice about home repairs.

Your Wild Home Banister Repair 12-9

Easy DIY Banister Repair Tricks

You love your home, but there are always small projects that need attention. Maybe the front-porch steps are a bit shaky or the steps off the back deck feel like someone took more than a few tumbles, or maybe it’s…
Continue Reading

How The U.S. Election Could Impact the Home Buying Process

I try not to get too political, especially on my blog, because I focus on the aspects of buying, improving, and selling a home. The trouble is, there’s a lot riding on the 2016 presidential election. Letting the wrong candidate stroll…
Continue Reading
5 Tips for Buying Your First Home - Your Wild Home

5 Tips For Buying Your First Home

Have you noticed yourself eyeing up the For Sale signs in the area? Are you looking at your bank account and the loan interest rates? Thinking that this just may be the time to scout the possibility of home ownership?…
Continue Reading
your-wild-home-10-20 baseboard heat

Should I Buy A Home With Baseboard Heaters?

Last winter, when 3 feet of snow accumulated in late winter, I celebrated for the week that it took for the snow plows to dig us out. When I opened up my heating bill, the story was a bit different. It…
Continue Reading
Your Wild Home 10-13

When Is It OK to Use Untreated Lumber at Home?

You found that cute DIY project on Pinterest, and now the preparation begins. So, you head over to your local hardware store and check out their lumber wares. There are many different types of wood, so you may be wondering,…
Continue Reading
You Need To Ask Your Home Inspector These 17 Questions

You Need to Ask Your Home Inspector These 17 Questions

You think you’ve found the home of your dreams. Excellent! The next step now is to make sure it’s not the home of your nightmares. A home inspector lets you know if there’s anything ugly hidden behind those beautiful walls.…
Continue Reading
your-wild-home-9-15-1

5 Problem Areas to Notice During a Home Tour

When you’re in the market for a house, virtual tours are terrific time savers. You don’t have to personally visit every home that might meet your needs. It allows you to automatically exclude places when the inside doesn’t live up…
Continue Reading
your-wild-home-9-8

What Real Estate Listings Are Really Saying

Looking for a new apartment or house can be tremendously fun. If you’re moving for a partner or for a new job, it can be exciting to think about the new possibilities and what you want to do in the…
Continue Reading
Your Wild Home 9-1

The 8 Dangers of Buying an Old Home

I looked up at the two stories in front of me. I had memorized the Zillow listing because I thought it was the house I was searching for since I moved to a new city. Envisioning an episode of HGTV come…
Continue Reading

5 DIY Tips for Your Summer Lake House or Cabin

Summer is obviously the ideal time to enjoy your lake house or cabin. Summer is also an ideal time to put a little bit of work into your property. Don’t be alarmed, though: a few small DIY projects can have…
Continue Reading