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Quality antiques are beautiful and add a unique flavor to the home. However, I learned a thing or two on the subject when I used to write a regular column on the antiques market in Savannah, Georgia. Most of all, I learned that dealers, antique malls, and private sellers abound, and their prices can vary wildly. Don't shell out big bucks for antique furniture until you've learned the basics. Here are five top tips to guide you in your search:

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It's the magic phrase uttered by almost anyone who's ever considered the cost of home remodeling: "We'll use our home equity and get it back when we sell."

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If you are looking to develop more living space in your home, then utilizing the space in a garage is likely to be one of the easiest ways to achieve it. Adding to your home without the costs of new construction, a garage conversion is a relatively straightforward DIY project. Converting a garage can provide the extra space you need to add a dining room, a living room or a den. Often garages are altered to cater for a specialist function, like a games room or a home office.

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Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages ticked up from record lows last week. Cheaper mortgages are fueling a modest housing recovery that could help the broader economy.

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The day you buy your house is one of the happiest days of your life. You have a great feeling and you know you’ve accomplished something great. But the day you sell your house is not even comparable to that one. It’s a sad day, whether you sell the house because you have to or because you want something bigger and better. Whatever the situation is, it’s an emotional moment. It’s why a lot of people can’t be impartial and thus make mistakes when trying to sell the house. Here are a few examples.

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We waste a whole lot of money. Seriously, over half a trillion dollars each year—and that's just for areas with available data.

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A respected national index reported this week that South Florida home prices climbed more than 5 percent in July from a year ago. Local real estate agents have been buzzing for months about bidding wars and robust sales. And the playing field is leveling out for buyers and sellers.

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With dry, dirty or scratched leather, you may find yourself scouring the internet for DIY treatments. Many articles cite olive oil as a cure-all for every leather ailment, from scratches to dryness to odors. It is likely that this myth came from the age old practice of oiling baseball gloves and horse saddles. Oil may have its perks in functionality for those purposes, but we strongly discourage using any type of oil on your fine leathers.

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Working from home has its advantages. For example, you never have to change out of your pajamas and, without a morning commute, can often squeeze in about forty-five minutes of extra sleep each morning. Depending on your profession, you may even have the opportunity to set your own hours. However, there are also drawbacks.

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