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Sunday, March 12, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
Roof - Check out the roof twice a year such as Spring and Fall. Inspect the flashing, vents, chimney areas and look for leaks, loose or missing shingles, areas of high wear, mold and/or moss, tree branches that come in contact with the roof or any other possible damage.
Windows & Doors - Inspect doors, windows, and screens twice a year. Check the locks, and look for broken or cracked windows, and missing or damaged screens. Check all caulking and seams for deterioration and replace as needed. Keep an eye out for loose hinges or any hardware that is worn-out or missing.
Exposed Foundation - Inspect at least once per year and look for leaning walls, bulges, curves, cracks and otherwise broken brick, block, or mortar.
Gutters - Check your gutters twice a year - Spring and Fall, inspecting gutters, downspouts and ! ...
Sunday, March 5, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
1. Home Mortgage Interest Deduction - this is one of the biggest tax deductions available. It covers interest paid on loans of up to $1 million, or $500,000 if you are married but filing a separate return.
2. Mortgage Interest Credit - provides another opportunity for home owners to claim a tax break for mortgage interest they paid. If you invest less than 20% as a down payment on your home than you are most likely paying mortgage interest. You can refer to your lending institutions annual statements for the amount you paid.