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  • Posted: 9/21/2018

    Ready to stay warm and dry this winter? The best way to protect you and your family from the elements is to have a roof that’s in excellent shape and find the right roofer to get the job done. Depending on materials used, a new roof should last 20 to as long as 50 years. Once done, you should have solid shelter (with no leaks) for several years to come.

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  • Posted: 9/20/2018

    New American Funding is dedicated to assisting those who have experienced damage to their home or have financial difficulty due to the impact of a natural disaster. Has your home been damaged? If you’re wondering what to do if your home has been damaged, take the following steps.

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  • Posted: 9/20/2018

    Jason Obradovich, EVP of Capital Markets for New American Funding is back with the latest Mortgage Rundown. Despite the almost certainty of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates another 25 basis points next week, the jury is still out as to what happens to rates after that. What is going to happen to rates the remainder of the year? Watch now to find out what you should keep an eye on in the coming weeks!

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  • Posted: 9/18/2018

    When you decide to remodel your home, it can mean living in a construction zone for days or even months. The trick is to keep the end goal in mind: a brand-new living area! No matter what, there will be dust, noise and, if your kitchen is involved, dishes being washed in a bathroom sink.

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  • Posted: 9/12/2018

    Whether you are moving in or moving out, painting is usually involved. Before you grab a few cans of a neutral tone to freshen up your walls, consider how you want your rooms to feel to those who spend time in them.

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  • Posted: 9/11/2018

    Power outages are something most homeowners deal with at one time or another, particularly if they live in a severe weather area. Here are some tips to keep you safe and comfortable, should you find yourself at home without power.

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  • Posted: 9/5/2018

    There’s more to communication than the words we choose. It turns out our tone of our voice and body language influence what is actually “heard.” It also impacts decisions about how trustworthy the information is, which can be especially key when it comes to real estate transactions.

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  • Posted: 9/4/2018

    Whether it’s a single project or a full renovation, the most critical element to success is the person you hire to get the work done. Contractors can be amazing assets. They can make suggestions that a designer may never think to consider. They can keep you on budget and even find ways to save you money. This makes choosing the right contractor so important.

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  • Posted: 8/29/2018

    Making the decision that you are financially ready to buy a house is only the first step. Finding the right one is more of a journey. It’s one that will take you through a lot of front doors and require you to sort through room configurations, features, neighborhoods, financial aspects, and even your own emotions.

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  • Posted: 8/28/2018

    First impressions count in job interviews, dates, and, especially, when it comes to selling your home. In less than the time it takes to walk up to your front door, a prospective buyer has already formed an opinion that can influence how they perceive your home once they are inside.

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