Cancer can affect any person of any color, age, race, ethnicity or social status. A recent report suggests, however, that racial segregation in an area can affect a black patient’s survival from non-small cell lung cancer.
Finding a new home from a roster of houses for sale in the market is quite similar to looking for your one true love – it isn’t easy. While you may find yourself thinking of your needs and wants in a home (or a partner), you may suddenly find yourself steering away from the things on the list and you realize that you are attracted to this particular home for sale. Should you trust your gut or do you go with your list?
Owning a home entails a long list of duties and responsibilities that you never had when you were still renting. One of the responsibilities of owning a house is getting an insurance to keep yourself protected in case of disaster. While various state laws require homeowners to get insurance for their homes, should you go above and beyond what is required and get an umbrella insurance policy?
Dogs are great companions to have at home; it is no wonder they are called as “man’s best friend.” While it is always great to have a furry, fluffy friend to welcome you home, unfortunately, an untrained dog can sometimes wreak havoc at home, and oftentimes, at your yard. How do you keep your dogs from wrecking your yard?
A study shows that moving houses is found to be more stressful than breakups or divorce. While moving houses is something that most people will go through several times in their lives, the process should not be as stressful if you were able to prepare yourself and your items beforehand.
A lot of millennials are attracted to renting a home over owning one because the former often entails lesser responsibilities than the latter. While such is the case and the landlord is usually the one responsible for the property, there are still a handful of duties and responsibilities that renters need to keep in mind. Can you get away with lying to your landlord?
Home repairs are often a common cause of a headache among homeowners because of the cost, time and effort it would entail. While some homeowners would resort to doing the repairs on their own, unfortunately, not everything can be solved by DIY and would, therefore, call for a need for a professional to do the work for you.
Whether it was an accident or a one-time mistake you made that sent you to prison, your record is more likely tarnished forever. For some, starting a new life after prison could be a hard thing, such as finding a secure and safe home. Can you buy or rent a home if you have a criminal record?
There has been a longstanding debate on life in the city versus the suburbs and which one was the better option. While there is no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to these things, let us take a look into the pros and cons of living in the city and in the suburbs and which one seems like a better option for renters.