Warn homeowners that more reports are surfacing of a microscopic parasite nesting in community and residential pools and hot tubs. The parasite, known as Cryptosporidium or “Crypto,” can make people sick, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that the problem is rising to epidemic levels nationwide. Read more HERE.
Despite rising home prices, it’s still cheaper to own a home than to rent, reports CNBC. But the toughest part for those who want to buy is actually finding a home. Find out why HERE.
Buying a home can be stressful on couples. Sixty-percent of millennial and Gen X couples say they disagreed occasionally, frequently, or “a lot” when buying a house with their partner or spouse, according to a new survey released by LendingHome. Read more HERE.
If you are getting ready to move, take it from me, pick up a little $0.77 utility apron from Home Depot and save yourself untold grief and frustration.
Homeowners generally wanted new flooring, countertops, cabinets, sinks, and faucets, according to the report. New appliances were also high on the lists of homeowners whose kitchens underwent a complete remodel.
College students taking specific courses of study have the potential to become homeowners sooner after graduation than others, according to a new report by realtor.com.
Here are all the ways smart products can make your home a better place—by saving money, time, headaches, and other hassles.
Founded in 1803, the City of Worthington is as old as the state of Ohio, making it the oldest planned community in the State. Located at the northern crossroads of I-270, I-71 and State Route 315, Worthington is far enough from downtown Columbus to establish its own unique personality, but still only 20 minutes away. Read more HERE.