Let’s face it. We live in Florida, which is an awesome place with great weather and just the right amount of rain. However, in living here we understand that there are inherent risks, whether from hurricanes or, in this case, from infestations of termites. According to Florida Pest Management Authorities, termites are the leading cause of property destruction and end up costing homeowners in the state of Florida billions of dollars each year. This is
Dilemma: You have a tiny closet and very little space for all of your clothing, shoes, and accessories. Your options are either to get rid of some items or make better use of the room in your closet. Perhaps if you were a celebrity or somebody with a disposable income you’d be able to simply buy yourself a bigger house with bigger closets. But I think even those people run into to the same issue.
Trends in home buying have shown that Millennials (born between 1981 and 1997) are helping to revitalize the industry, after a few rough years. Research done by the National Association of Realtors in 2016 showed that the age group showed the biggest share of home buyers, with ten percent of the number actually being newly built homes. States like Florida are witnessing this trend firsthand, as Millennial buyers made up 13 percent of home buyers