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Site To See: Deck designs that don’t rock

Decks need regular inspection as well as solid initial engineering to keep them safe and in usable working order, according to Rich Bergman, editor of Ideas For Deck Designs. He offers a load capacity calculator on a web site chock full of safe deck building information.

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NARI Home Improvement Quiz: Will doing it yourself do you in?

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) supports hard core do-it-yourselfers who know how to complete a job on time and within budget to add both value

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Site to See | Infographic: When is walking away from your mortgage right for you?

Strategic defaults are on the rise. They occur when the homeowner decides, for whatever reason, enough is enough and they stop paying their mortgage - even though they can

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Site to See: FamZoo prepares kids for the ‘wild’

In 2002, Bill Dwight started doling out allowances to his kids as a good way to teach them responsible money management and to get them out of his

Site to See: Federal Reserve’s ‘Credit Reports and Credit Scores’

There's a new source of current credit score and credit report information in town and it doesn't try to sell you related services or provide content to generate

Site to See: Esteemed Lending Services (It’s a fake)

The Federal Trade Commission's new loan website Esteemed Lending Services offers "A Loan for every situation. Guaranteed." However, and pay attention now, unlike other websites offering similar come-ons, it's

Site to See: HouseLogic eases home ownership logistics

Houselogic.com, the newest and perhaps most engaging portal for housing information, is a unique compilation of interactive resources no homeowner should be without. A National Association of Realtors' (NAR)

Site to See: PreventLoanScams.com targets mortgage modification fraud

Days after a federal economic stability agency said the Obama administration's mortgage assistance program was vulnerable to fraud, a coalition of federal, state and community organizations launched a

‘Site to See’: FTC’s Money Matters

If you are struggling with your mortgage, chances are you also aren't do so well with other credit payments, your savings are being depleted, money management is mangled

Site To See: Green condo life

Just because you live in a homeowner association (HOA) governed community doesn't mean you always need permission to go green at home. Granted, a condo, townhome, loft or other

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