The vast majority of us are working from home and even though we are all slowly but surely moving back into the office, some are still not quite there. This quarantine has changed that way we work and will more. . .
If you are a homeowner, you have probably heard the trusty old flood insurance spiel whether it was from your insurance agent or from your mortgage company. “You need flood insurance” “My home could never be flooded” “You’re in a flood zone” “That’s impossible. The water has never even come. . .
They are fun, you were jealous of the kids who had them, you probably asked your parents for one when you were a child, and you were probably met with some reluctance. I was that kid… growing up my best friend. . .
While some parts of the country may use fireplaces as a centerpiece in their living or sitting rooms, folks like us in northern New England disregard the decorative aspects and take advantage of t he supplemental heat that they can bring to our homes. Temperatures are. . .
Ahh… The credit score question. This can be a big deterrent for folks looking to get an insurance quote. Unfortunately, the answer is yes. However, there is a huge difference between an insurance company pulling your credit score and a mortgage company pulling it. Insurance companies have. . .
As we begin wrapping up this home buyer series, we want to urge you to come to us with other home buying topics that you may be interested in still learning more about. in the meantime, lets think about all of. . .