TOWN SQUARE | Apartment features include stainless-steel appliances, quartz counters, floors that look like wood, an in-unit washer and dryer and keyless entry systems. Some of the units have floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in closets and patios.
TOWN SQUARE | Planned building amenities include a roof terrace, a lobby that connects the two buildings, co-working spaces, a clubroom, an entertainment kitchen, a pet spa and a wellness studio with an indoor weight and cardio center and an outdoor fitness patio.
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | There are a number of new financial products on the market that are trying to find novel ways to allow you to tap into your equity outside of a traditional home equity line of credit (HELOC), second mortgage, or reverse mortgage.
TOWN SQUARE | Buyers who were unable to find a place to purchase in the spring are coming back this fall in the hope that more homes will be available. However, inventory is significantly down, and prices are up.
ASK THE BUILDER | If you don’t want to use screws as I did, then you need to excavate the wood so the bottom of the hole is larger than the top. Dentists employ this simple trick so fillings don’t pop out of your teeth.
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