Posts From Matthew C. Keegan
The long stretch of time between summer and Thanksgiving gives homeowners a perfect opportunity to decorate their homes for the fall season, perhaps adding a touch of Halloween whimsy to spark delight in young and old alike.
Did you know that not all insurers like to insure vacant homes? In fact, some insurers steer clear of vacant homes, making it difficult to find insurance.
A home warranty can protect the home buyer, covering at least some of the more expensive repairs you may encounter during the first year of home ownership. There are fees and exclusions involved, but it may be an investment that saves money and gives you peace of mind.
Friends of ours once owned a sprawling home in a tony New Jersey suburb where monthly property taxes were in the four-figure range. He was an investment banker and she was a home interior designer turned stay-at-home-mom, a lady whose volunteer exploits kept her busy when her children were not around.
Spring is the season for renewal as dormant lawns and gardens come back to life after a long winter’s rest. What also needs to come back to life is your house, what probably hasn’t received a thorough top to bottom clean up and clean out since last fall.