25

Oct
2016
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For buyers

Preparing for a Cross-country Move

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The clock is ticking, and pretty soon you’ll be moving to a brand-new home in a brand-new state. But along with the excitement of your upcoming adventure (just imagine the possibilities!), you can’t help but feel a bit nervous… Moving jitters are perfectly normal—especially if you’re relocating your whole life clear across the country. But …

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18

Oct
2016
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Homeowner resources

How to Decorate Your Halloween Party

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Planning to host a Halloween party in your new home? You’ve come to the right place! Following are some tips and product picks for hosting a glamourous black and gold Halloween party. Get ready for your guests to gush over your chic yet frightfully festive décor! Glam Gold Pumpkins. These stunning black and gold pumpkins …

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13

Oct
2016
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Insurance

Homeowner’s Insurance: Find Out What’s Covered

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For many people, a home insurance policy is like a first aid kit: they know it’s a good thing to have, but they don’t open it up and poke around inside until they need it. Knowing what is and isn’t covered by your homeowner’s insurance, how much insurance you need to protect your property and …

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11

Oct
2016
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Local homebuying

Ways to Play in Salt Lake City, Utah

Arches National Park in Utah

Bordered by the majestic Wasatch Range and the Great Salt Lake, Utah’s capital city is also its most populous—and for good reason. Life in the Salt Lake metro area is steeped in history and elevated (pun intended!) by breathtaking scenery and abundant recreational opportunities. If you’re considering joining the nearly 2.5 million people fortunate enough …

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06

Oct
2016
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For buyers

Home Storage: What to Look for During Your House Hunt

Paige kitchen

You’re in the market for a new home, and at the top of your list: abundant storage space. Good news! Unlike many years ago when builders seemed to skimp on  home storage (tour any historic home and you’re practically guaranteed to find the closets lacking!), new homes typically allow ample room for all of your …

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