Imagine a house where every electronic component and device is powered by the sun. Where every raindrop that hits your roof is used to water the yard, even on dry days. Where your trash is turned into fertilizer, which in turn is used to grow produce for your dining room table. Surprisingly, this idea of sustainable living already exists for many homeowners and can also be a reality for your home. We’ve compiled a list of important changes you can make to your home to lessen your impact on the environment, reduce your utility bills, and achieve a more sustainable
What Jasmin wants, Jasmin gets!
The West Australian mother-of-two has never been shy about making her opinions known but she took it to new levels with a tantrum over tiles and by pushing herself up the pecking order for shopping trips.
“The squeaky wheel gets the grease,” Jasmin boasted after her complaints about the shopping order at Freedom being set by house number resulted in her moving into Jade’s spot.
Relatively inexpensive areas outside major cities—like El Dorado County, just east of Sacramento, and Camden County, across the river from Philadelphia—are gaining ground with homebuyers as New York City and San Francisco lose steam.
Housing markets that offer homebuyers more bang for their buck and are located outside of major cities—but within driving distance—are heating up, with relatively affordable places including El Dorado County, CA and Camden County, NJ rising in popularity as house hunters take advantage of remote work and record-low interest rates. Nine of the 10 markets where homebuyer
Demand for property has shown signs of returning to pre-COVID-19 levels across much of Australia as households pump money they would have spent on travel or entertainment into housing instead.
Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed mortgage approvals have been tracking up since the market hit a trough in May, despite the weaker economy and mounting job losses.
There were just 22,941 mortgage approvals in May, but the number shot up by 25 per cent to hit 28,322
Updated on September 17th, 2020
Are you finding yourself longing for small-town life lately? Are you looking to have more space, know your neighbors, and to just have a more relaxed way of living? Well, you’re not alone. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, homebuyer interest in small towns and rural areas is growing, fast.
Since we’re all spending more time at home, people are re-evaluating their lifestyles and what’s important to them in a home. Many are craving more space – a larger backyard, area for a garden, a