April 2016

Found 3 blog entries for April 2016.

Everyone wants to save money on energy bills every month. But did you know that having today’s popular energy-efficient features in your home can also save you time and stress when you sell your home?

More and more first-time home buyers are searching for homes in the area, so there is more of a demand for move-in ready homes or homes with certain features.

As Millennial Magazine notes, what buyers are looking for in a home include open floor plans, homes with great cell service, and energy-efficient features.

Having the best energy-efficient home features now means you won’t need to upgrade your home later when you sell. Plus, these features may also add value to your home.

5. Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats let you

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Frostwood Villas Under Construction - Park City, Utah

The Frostwood Villas is a development located in The Canyons of Park City, Utah is minutes from grocery shopping, boutiques, restaurants, Starbucks and Three Ski Resorts.

Your views are of the Park City Area.

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Frostwood Villas Exterior

These twelve custom townhomes overlook are situated on the golf course of The Canyons. With three or four bedrooms, open, flowing floorplans, main-level master suites, two living areas, two car garage, four fireplaces, and steps away from the Frostwood gondola. These town homes offer the epitome of moountain contemporary sophistication in an fun recreational environment steps from your doorway!

Frostwood Ground 3 BDRM 2002 sqft +:-

Two Finishes Packages: MOUNTAIN

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Owning a home is a dream for many people. You have the opportunity to invest in a place of your own and build equity, not to mention carve out a space that reflects who you are and what you love.

However, worries about down payments, property taxes, maintenance, and insurance (and student loans) can make buying a home seem like wishful thinking, which is why you may prefer to rent a home or apartment.

But is renting cheaper than buying a home? There are more than just financial costs to consider. Let’s discuss the advantages and disadvantages of renting.

You Receive No Return When You Rent a Property

As a renter, you’re paying hundreds of dollars a month to live in your community, and if you want to move, it’s much easier. But renting a home

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