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Using professional carpet cleaners

Using Professional Carpet Cleaners 

A beautiful carpet or rug isn’t so beautiful anymore when it gets dirty and soiled. While all other types of flooring can be easily swept or mopped for an almost instant shine and clean, carpets need more than just a weekly vacuum to display their beauty.

You might have tried every product there is to get stains out of your carpet and to bring back its luster and color, but to no avail. This is when you need pros to get the job done. There are so many reasons why having a professional carpet cleaning crew handling your carpets year round is going to make your life so much easier and consequently, happier!

Here are several reasons why you should get your carpets cleaned by professionals, and each reason is just as important and just as helpful as the other.

Prolongs carpet life

Your carpet should be viewed as an investment and not as an expense. That means you want it to last as long as possible, and regular care and carpet cleaning does that for you. As dirt and dust build up in the fibers, it causes the fibers to become matted, which makes the carpet look

old and worn as well as feel rough and flat. Routine maintenance, plus regularly scheduled professional care will protect your investment.

Improves indoor air quality

Despite feeling comfy under our feet and adding attraction to almost any room, carpets are notoriously known to be a magnet and a trap for dust and other airborne pollutants and become allergens. People already allergic to something or have trouble breathing are especially prone for their ailment to...

Shifting Winds Are Changing Housing Markets

Shifting Winds Are Changing Housing Markets

The Winds Are Shifting In Real Estate

National home sales have historically peaked in spring. This peak has mostly been driven by families with children wanting to settle before the next school season. However, the current state of our nation is far from following traditional or historical patterns.

The ongoing government shutdown, recent natural disasters, and extreme weather patterns are all playing a crucial role in the shifting real estate market. Mortgage rates fell for the first time since February 2018.

Home loan applications surged in the second week of January 2019 according to a Bankrate survey as homebuyers take advantage of lower rates. Home sellers should get ready now to take full advantage of the market if it continues to shift. Here are a few tips to help sellers stand out.

Standing Out In A Crowded Real Estate Market

Real Estate experts are predicting a better housing market for homebuyers in 2019 with increasing new and resale home inventory. Those trying to sell a home may find themselves with competition as more options for homebuyers enter the market.

Most homebuyers want a finished product so upgrades or fixer-upper projects should be started now. Homes could...

Is A Reverse Mortgage Right For You?

Is A Reverse Mortgage Right For You?

Will A Reverse Mortgage Work For You?

 

Reverse mortgage options have been around for years, however, there is still a lot of confusion about them. The programs tend to be complicated and are not necessarily right for everyone so it’s important to understand what a reverse mortgage is before making a decision.  

How a Reverse Mortgage Works

Homeowners who are 62 years old can supplement their retirement years income in with a reverse mortgage loan if they live in the home and have a certain amount of home equity.  

How Much Does a Reverse Mortgage Pay?

The amount of money borrowed on a reverse mortgage depends on how much home equity is available. Typically no more than 80% of a home’s equity can be used. The maximum amount anyone can receive from a reverse mortgage is $680,000, however, most loans are much less. The amount the loan from a reverse mortgage lender will pay depends on several factors, including age, current home value, and interest rate. This chart shows how these factors determine the amount...