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DIY home repairs

In some aspects, some people pride themselves in being DIYers or do-it-yourselfers: those who prefer to, you guessed it, do things themselves.

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Are people really moving out of the metro?

Drive the whole stretch of EDSA and you are bound to notice something different in the advertisements plastered on buses and on billboards.

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Buying a condo? Don't forget to perform these safety checks

So now you’ve finally decided you’re ready to buy a condo. You’ve hired yourself a real estate broker, you’ve figured out your budget, and you’ve zeroed in on a location.

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Saving money on Christmas decorations

Spending a lot of money on Christmas is one of those traditions you can’t avoid.

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10 Tips for throwing a Christmas party in a small condo

No holiday-decorated home is complete without yards and yards of twinkling, dancing (even singing) Christmas lights.

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Keeping your home secure during the holidays

Christmas is one of the best times for families and friends to go on vacation for a bit of bonding and relaxation.

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10 Christmas lights safety tips

No holiday-decorated home is complete without yards and yards of twinkling, dancing (even singing) Christmas lights.

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Questions to ask during an open house

Attending a showing for a pre-owned home is essential in determining how well the property fits your wants and needs

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Should you buy a new or pre owned home

Once you’re ready to buy a home, one of the major decisions you need to make is whether to go for a brand-new property or a pre-owned one.

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Assess the neighborhood before buying a home

It’s easy enough to fall in love with a house that has everything you want and need. But as far as the rest of the neighborhood is concerned, how confident are you that it’s going to be a nice and stress-free place to live in?

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Five budget friendly home remodeling ideas

Remodeling is the best way to get the exact home you want, and is also a great way to add value to your home if you’re selling it.

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Are you financially fit for homeownership? Eight questions to ask yourself

For any home buyer, money is probably the biggest concern they’ll have, so deciding to purchase isn’t something they want to go into lightly.

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6 home buying tips for OFWs

If you were to ask an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) why they work abroad, the answer would most likely be to build better lives for their families, and one way they do so is by purchasing a property.

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Big decorating ideas for a small home

Whether you live in a small house, a studio-type condo, or an apartment loft, the right design can ensure you make as much of the space you have as possible.

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10 amazing houses on stilts

Stilt houses have been around in the Philippines for the longest time, but models are usually restricted to nipa huts at the beach.

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Keep your home safe from fire

March is Fire Prevention Month, and it’s around this time of year when fire prevention experts are starting their “stop, drop, and roll” lectures and giving tips for preventing accidental fires.

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Tips on getting your first home

The idea may have come into your mind suddenly, while you're enduring traffic in the middle of EDSA, or it may have been there the minute you graduated from college. It may even be after you just got a promotion.

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Preparing for power outages during storm season

During the rainy season, you can’t get through a month without experiencing a few storms, some of which are strong enough to damage or take down power lines.

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Get your home flood ready

June marks the beginning of the rainy season and in the coming months, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) is predicting that the Philippines will be experiencing various weather systems like the Southwest monsoon, an Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), Low Pressure Areas (LPAs), and two or three tropical cyclones.

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Budget friendly kitchen renovation ideas

A kitchen is said to be the heart of one’s home, seeing as this is where family members often congregate and spend some much-needed quality time together.

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