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Wednesday, April 01, 2020

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Everyone knows that we can only do so much to help reduce the air toxicity in our outside environment. If you live in the city that pollution and low air quality quadruple due to all the vehicles, factories, companies, etc. We can all do our part to help recycle, walk or bike, buy local foods, all to support living a greener lifestyle and hopefully help reduce the number of toxins we add to the environment. But although we are limited to how we help outside, there are lots of ways to improve the Air Quality in your home, and without breaking the bank.

Houseplants

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Building your own dream home can be an experience of a lifetime. It could be the most rewarding endeavour you’ve ever embarked on, but it’s always extremely challenging. Whether you’re sick and tired of the same old look and you want to tear down your house and build a new one, or you’re simply thinking about renovating it – you’ve come to the right place.

This article aims to help you understand how to finance a house renovation and building process. We did a bit of researching and we’ve come up with this short guide through renovation loans, and how they might help you. So, whether... Read More

The festive season is right around the corner. First comes Ganesh Chaturthi, then Navratri and Diwali, followed by Christmas and New Year. Each occasion brings with it joy and merriment and not to forget a hefty set of bills because happiness can sometimes cost a bomb. When it comes to Indian festivals, we spare no expenses. We are passionate about celebrating every festival with great pomp. Right from decorating homes and allies to buying gifts, this joyous season brings plenty of opportunities to keep swiping your credit cards.

However, the continuous cost of spending can hit you... Read More

At first, a home loan with a floating interest rate seemed like a great option. But, with inflation on the rise, lenders have introduced a hike in home loan interest rates. With the interest rate now affecting your EMI, managing your daily needs is getting difficult. Here are few techniques that will help you in tax exemption for home loan while there is hike in interest rates. Have a look at these ways:

1. Prepay Your Loan

An EMI of Rs. 30,000 may be bigger than an EMI of Rs. 20,000 but in case of hiked interest rates, bigger is actually better. With a lower EMI... Read More

People have been prognosticating about the future of domestic life since the end of World War II. This pastime really took off in the 1960s when you couldn’t turn on a TV, pick up a magazine or go to a world’s fair without encountering someone’s vision of “the home of the future”. So what’s the difference between what the futurists of 50 years ago foresaw and the smart home of 2018?

The Home of the Future Circa 1968

Half a century ago the media was awash in predictions about what domestic life would be like in the 21st century. Let’s look at some of the things... Read More

When it comes to investing in commercial property, there’s a lot of work to be done, from the first decision to invest in real estate to actually purchasing the first rental property. While owning rental property can be quite lucrative, it’s still a tough business, as it’s rifle with land mines that can obliterate your returns in no time.

As such, instead of acquiring as many properties as you can, it’s important to first take a step back and consider the best ways to have a profitable rental property business. Below are tips on how to have a profitable rental property from liveloveathome.com.... Read More

You may have heard that becoming a property owner is a great way to make money. And if you experience success as a landlord, that’s true. It’s not easy, however, to be a landlord--your work hours will be flexible, and that’s a perk--but you’ll also have to respond to issues on the evenings and weekends. If being on-call isn’t a deterrent, then you can start your career as a landlord one property at a time. Gain experience with something small and manageable, that you oversee in your free time. From there, start to grow. The more you experience, the better prepared you’ll be to handle future... Read More

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