Tag Archive | selling my home in Tricities TN

155 Hughes St, Johnson City – OPEN HOUSE 12/8 2-4 PM!

OPEN HOUSE, December 08, Sunday 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 155 Hughes, Johnson City, TN Get Directions Click Here Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Virtual Tour $ Click for current price 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS (2 full) All brick three bedroom two bath ranch on a large lot in Johnson City. This Move-in ready […]

212 Scott Lane, Jonesborough – OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY 11/24 FROM 2-4 PM!!

OPEN HOUSE, November 24, Sunday 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 212 Scott Lane, Jonesborough, TN Get Directions Click Here Description Photos Maps & Local Schools $ Click for current price 2 BEDROOMS 1 BATHROOMS (1 full)   Gorgeous one level living.   The entry will take your breath away. High ceilings, large open space, bright […]

Factors Affecting Mortgage Interest Rate Changes

There’s more to the cost of owning that dream home than the price the seller is asking for. The interest rate on your mortgage loan affects the price and how much you’ll pay every month to your mortgage company. Comparing mortgage interest rates is important because they may change daily, and different rates may be […]

Remodeling Your Bathroom on a Budget

Remodeling a bathroom on a budget requires careful thought and more elbow grease, so to speak, than simply going out and buying whatever you want at the first place you see it. Still, it can be done.┬áCertain strategies will help keep you from going over budget. Here are some tips to keep in mind as […]

DIY Flooring Installation

Installing a new floor is a great way to liven up your house. Before you change your floor, however, you need to decide what type of flooring is best suited to your budget and lifestyle. Hardwood floors are a classic choice, while many homeowners prefer the ease of tile or the affordability of laminate flooring. […]

Understanding Septic Tanks: Waste Treatment for Rural Homes

If you’re buying property in an urban or suburban setting, chances are good that the home is connected to a municipal sewage system. If, however, you’re looking at purchasing a home on acreage or in a rural setting, waste may be handled through a septic tank. Proper care and maintenance is key to keeping your […]

Is Your Garden Really Green? Creating an Eco-Friendly Landscape Design

You may have the greenest lawn on the block, but is your garden really “green,” meaning ecologically friendly? Often the answer is a resounding “NO.” Just the fact that you have a lawn at all can be an indicator that your landscape is not as green as it could be. Lawns generally need more water […]