How to Ensure High-speed Internet Access When Buying a New Home
Want to move to a new house, but can’t risk losing your high-speed broadband connection? Josh Centers lived through this worry recently and has some experiences and advice to share.
Experts provide tips for packing up to move to a new home
METRO DETROIT — You’ve decided to move.What do you do first?“Go through your closets, basement and storage areas, and if you haven’t found a home, rent a storage unit for those stored items, if
SOCom university teaching commando lessons in new home at MacDill
TAMPA — Every day, the man who runs U.S. Special Operations Command goes to work thinking that world events had gotten as crazy as they could the day before.Then the new day starts.To help deal
Pet Tales: Looking for ways to get more animals into new homes
A 2018 study showed 70 percent of people who bought from a breeder or pet store had first gone to a shelter.
Why buyers embrace small-town lifestyle when looking for a new home
Community plays a big part for most families, and nowhere is that easier to find than in a small town. Having friendly neighbors you can depend on for everything – from social activities to babysitting to borrowing garden tools – is invaluable. In the San Antonio area, Schertz, Texas, with a population of 38,000, has twice been named one of the best small towns in the U.S. to live in by CNN/Money Magazine. Schertz offers small-town charm, convenience to San Antonio and a…
Dallas says yes to a new home for a critical homeless shelter and no to the politics of cynicism
Too often to the world is flooded with details about what is going wrong or some other form of bad news. This isn’t a story that fits that...
Who pays when buyers must wait to move into their new home?
Moving day becomes more of a puzzle as contingencies increases, making more home sales dependent on the closing of other home sales.
Buying a new home? Here's how to avoid buying a house that might soon need major repairs
So you've looked at what it appears to be your dream home and think you're ready to put in an offer. But, before you go all in, you want to make sure what may look perfect on the surface won't leave you struggling with major repairs and renovations much sooner than you expected Bryan Hulen, a broker with Compass in Seattle , said he's seen a lot of houses that have gone through quick flips. People who are flipping houses will oftentimes try…
Dallas County rules out liquid cremation as it seeks new home for unclaimed bodies
Their final resting place used to be here, under a canopy of trees between a busy road and a lush bird sanctuary tucked away inside the UT...
1986: Column helps Waterville woman learn about new home
Bill and Shirley Phillips moved to Waterville from Auburn in 1983. Shirley soon took up writing her “Waterville Wanderings” column for the Empire Press.