October 2015

Found 3 blog entries for October 2015.

Halloween is just around the corner. Have you thought about decorating your home this year?

It might seem like all of the options for Halloween decorations are the same year after year: carve a pumpkin, light the luminaries, and set out a bowl of candy for trick-or-treaters. But with just a little paint and creativity in the right places, you can really make your Halloween decorations stand out.

3 Easy Twists on Traditional Halloween Decorations

Looking to modify your Halloween decorations this year? Here are a few simple twists on your traditional choices.

Carve Patterns Into Your Pumpkins

Who said pumpkins always had to have faces? Light up the night with swirls and stars from your illuminated pumpkins, and let your friends and neighbors

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What kind-of-home will one-million dollars buy you in Park City?

Old Ranch Road Area - Park City, Utah

Bedrooms: 3 Square Footage: 3700 Approximate Acreage: 4.77

Old Ranch Road is considered as one of Park City’s most exclusive neighborhoods in Park City, Utah. Rustic mountain contemporary single level home offers the perfect outdoor living experience. The panoramic rugged mountain views will take your breath-away. This is an ideal setting for full-time residents, part-time homeowners, or for a weekend getaway. An ideal setting offering miles of some of the country’s best trails and three ski-resorts are just a short drive away. An exceptional property located in one of the most sought after centrally located neighborhoods with privacy and

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house icon on grassIf you’re a home buyer, changes to the closing process are coming in just a few days.

New regulations go into effect on Saturday, October 3rd, providing new loan disclosure forms that are designed to help you better understand the terms of your home mortgage before you close on your new home. That means if you applied for a loan on or after that date, you will receive the easier-to-understand forms.

What You Need to Know About the New Closing Disclosures

To summarize, these new rules combine mortgage loan disclosures from both the Truth-In-Lending Act (which informs consumers about loan terms) and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (which deals with closings) into one simplified set of disclosure forms for home buyers who are getting a

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