How to Calculate the Value of a Home

Posted by Sharon Johnson on October 10, 2012  /   Posted in Home Buying

One must calculate the value of house before buying, building, or selling. The value of a home changes with age, remodeling, the local housing market, and as the neighborhood around it changes.?Insurable value or selling value can be determined by calculating the value of a home, which is also useful for future planning. Calculating the

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Louisville, KY Real Estate Market Inventory Lows Gives Sellers Power!

Posted by Sharon Johnson on October 01, 2012  /   Posted in Guest Blogs, Home Buying

All the local Louisville, KY Realtors are talking about it. Even the Courier-Journal has written a few articles about it. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about, right? Everyone says the Louisville, KY real estate market is turning around and that we are looking at smooth sailing ahead! Ok, maybe that’s over stating it,

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After the Energy Audit, What Are the Next Steps?

Posted by Sharon Johnson on September 24, 2012  /   Posted in energy

When all is said and done, an energy audit gives home owners an opportunity to have an energy efficient home by implementing new energy saving strategies, improving appliances, and preventing wasting energy. Hiring a professional home inspection company ensures that the job is done the right way the first time, saving people money and frustration.

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My Home is Brand New, Do I Really Need an Energy Audit?

Posted by Sharon Johnson on September 21, 2012  /   Posted in energy

Congratulations on your new home. Whether you had it custom built or purchased your first home, you’re excited to make it your own. There are plenty of things you’ve done prior to your purchase or build to make sure your home is safe. You probably have a checklist of things you want to get done

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What is the True Cost to Heating Your Home?

Posted by Sharon Johnson on September 19, 2012  /   Posted in energy

When you first look at a home, it’s hard to know how much it will cost to heat that home. You may be able consider the house’s building materials and its square footage to get a rough guess of your heating costs. However, the truth is that there is a huge variance in the cost

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Hidden Benefits of Energy Efficient Appliances

Posted by Sharon Johnson on September 14, 2012  /   Posted in energy

The topic of energy efficient appliances has been a popular basis of discussion in the media during the last decade. However, many homeowners still do not fully understand the hidden benefits — and savings — of these fantastic devices!?One of the biggest reasons to switch to energy efficient appliances is the most simple. These machines

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