Resolving Land Disputes Between You And Your Neighbor: How Land Surveys Help

If you read the classified advertisements in the newspaper, you know that it remains the number one spot for cities to post new construction announcements and public hearing announcements. Often, most neighbors are unaware that someone next door to them is about to construct an addition, a new garage or install a fence until these public notices are posted. The purpose for the notices gives neighbors the time and the right to attend a public hearing that grants the property owner the permit to build. Read More 

Why You Need To Pay Attention To Invasive Plants

Whether you're a homeowner on a small lot or on a multi-acre ranch, you need to pay close attention to outdoor invasive plants and trees. Invasive plants can quickly envelope areas and choke out native species that are necessary for maintaining a natural and healthy ecosystem. Though invasive plants differ from state to state, and even region to region, they all share in the same patterns of habitat destruction that cause consistent problems for any landowner. Read More 

Private Eyes Are Watching You – How To Shield Your Backyard From Neighbors

Do you long for some privacy in your own backyard? Today's homeowners are often stuck in close quarters with neighbors on all sides -- many with multi-story homes -- and feel like it's impossible to be truly alone. But it can still be done, with some clever landscaping and hardscaping techniques. Here are 5 ways to create your own private haven in any yard.  Put a roof over your head. Read More 

Important Information About Moving You Need To Know

Moving to a new house can be a huge change, and it usually brings along with it a lot of stress. You may have several details to keep up with before, during and after your move. However, some details about moving to a new house could help you save a lot of time and money later on. Some Of Your Moving Expenses Are Tax Deductible Many people move quickly to just get it done as fast as possible. Read More 

4 Tips for Landscaping Your Backyard on a Budget

Creating a beautiful backyard does not have to empty your bank account. While it can be easy to spend thousands of dollars on landscaping a backyard if the funds are available, there are a number of things that you can do with a small budget to transform a drab space into something amazing. Use the following tips to make a drastic impact in your backyard when you don't have a ton of money to spend: Read More