Spring is a great time to aerate and over seed your lawn if your lawn looks thin from the winter months.
Now that we are past the holiday excitement and cabin fever has set in, the annual tradition of filing our income tax returns is upon us.
The parties are over and the decorations are put away. It’s a great time to think about putting your house back in order. Don’t forget to organize the garage too!
So, it’ actually starting to get cold now. Not just a little cool and above freezing but really stinking cold.
It’s that wonderful time of year! Time to decorate for the holidays and prepare to open your home to family and friends! Please stay safe at home this season and enjoy creating special memories!
As cool temperatures begin to set it, the air will noticeably become drier. One way to replace the moisture is with a humidifier.
It’s hard to believe that Halloween, Thanksgiving, and dare I say even Christmas are just around the corner!
You know autumn is here when the evenings grow cooler and the leaves began to change.
Did you know that there is almost nothing that will affect your monthly mortgage payment as much as the interest rate that you pay?
It’s clear by now that since you are reading this, you are a wise person.
Slowly the temperatures will fall and before you know it you will walk outside and smell the crisp autumn air and find yourself standing in a pile of leaves.
What do we call the most humid, hottest days of summer?
Do you have a plan if there is a power outage or your primary pump fails?
Here are 10 tips that can help soothe your mind while you are away and let you enjoy your vacation!
Is it Spring?! Or Winter? The weather sure doesn’t seem to be able to make up its mind, but in the real estate world, spring is definitely here!
If you ask most home owners how their property taxes are determined, there is a good chance that they have no idea…they only know that they go up every year! So, here is a quick primer on how property taxes work in Ohio.
I don’t know about you, but I am truly thankful for the relatively mild winter this year!