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It's been more than two years since a judge ordered pool contractor Ed Mara Sr. to reimburse a North Whitehall Township couple who paid for a pool that wasn't built. Lisa Ayad and Arnold Rifkin were among 19 of Mara's customers who were granted a total...
Dear Liz: My boyfriend is deployed. I have his power of attorney, and during his deployment I have paid off all of his credit card debt. The accounts now need to be closed because they are ones that were acquired with his former wife. I know you say...
Q: A mortgage broker advised us several years ago to split our mortgage into a $400,000 mortgage and a $100,000 line of credit (we had $300,000 total available on the home equity line of credit. A few months ago, we refinanced our $400,000 mortgage...
Q: I built my own house. At first, I stuffed receipts into a folder but toward the end when things got hectic, I forgot. I probably have receipts amounting to a quarter of what I believe I spent, land included. How can I establish a credible basis when it...
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The fixing up of distressed properties for resale, rent or residing in is doing more than helping neighborhoods recover and look prettier than they did in the depths of the housing crisis. The activity is proving to be a huge shot in the arm for the...
A 25th Street insurance agent, Ken Abrams, got to the heart of what makes his neighborhood stand out. "There is a lot of diversity in the Old Goucher neighborhood. and we are proud of it," he said. "But this feature is not as well known as it should be."...
The change of seasons is a great time to reevaluate where you are financially. Here are some tips to help you save money this fall. Weatherproof Your Home A great fall home improvement is weatherproofing your home. Reduce energy costs this winter by...
The Hartford CourantIn the most optimistic scenario, Cristine and Ron Kern will move back into their Marlborough split-level ranch sometime in mid-October, the storm damage repaired. Curious storm trackers, of course, are already wondering which storm penetrated the Kerns'...
Tags: Snow Storms, Building Material, Insurance, Rentals, Meriden
Dear Liz: I have read tons of books on finance and debt repayment, but I'm having trouble deciding what to do next. My husband and I are 52. He receives a monthly disability income, and I work two days a week. We still have about $105,000 left before...
A room in a box. Well, maybe not one box, maybe several. But that's the idea behind 3Flat, a new company owned by the Lowe's home-improvement chain that has decided to cater to the light remodeling needs of urban dwellers who are short on space and time....
By Jennifer Sheehan, Of The Morning Call It's a store fit for a treasure hunt. "There's no predictability on what we'll have each week," says Janet Kolepp, manager of ReStore in Whitehall Township. Based in what was once the Circuit City electronics...
Spend a sunny summer weekend snooping around your house. Look for paint that is peeling and cracks that need sealing. What other simple jobs could you do that will reduce or eliminate costly repairs later? By keeping up on small maintenance jobs you can...
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