Buying a Home for the First-Time Homebuyer


Buying a home is a process which takes time and work. At times, it can be a little overwhelming, so, we wanted to break it down for you, in case this is your first time tackling this joyous milestone. As always,  make sure your investment is well taken care of by hiring a qualified realtor. :)

STEP 1 : Select a Realtor
Choosing your realtor is ultimately up to you. That being said, we know…
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Quick and Easy Home Upgrades to Keep You Busy this Summer


Are you moving into a new house with your eyes on some “fixer-upper” projects? Or maybe it’s just time for you to tackle those updates you’ve been visualizing.

Home upgrades can quickly add up and get expensive. In addition, some upgrades will flat out cost you thousands more than others . But worry not! We’ve compiled a collection of inexpensive, DIY upgrades which you can tackle today!

Change Out Those Switch-plate Covers…
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A Hot Summer for Pet Shelters


It is an unfortunate truth in life that there are people who abandon their pets. According to the ASPCA, around 6 million animals are turned into shelters per year with approximately 1.5 million of them being euthanized. It is a staggering amount that actually spikes in the summertime. Heritage is a company filled with people who have big hearts. Many of us volunteer with shelters or rescue groups where we eventually bring our…
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Memorial Day Weekend



Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day is a federal, American holiday observed on the last Monday of each May. It originates from a time period after the civil war designated for decorating the graves of our fallen soldiers and comrades who died defending their country.  Nowadays, it isn’t uncommon for parades to be held in cities across the United States and they often feature military personnel and veterans. For example, New York,…
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