Best Outdoor TV Antenna

Best Outdoor TV Antenna for Rural Areas

Last Updated on April 16th, 2020Our guide and recommendations for the Best Outdoor TV Antenna for Rural Areas. Many people that live in the city itself take for granted their access to cable providers and satellite companies they have access to, but many do not have access to any of that. Those that live in rural communities still want to feel connected and even if all they can get are local channels (with the help … Read more

Best Cell Phone Booster for Rural Areas

Best Cell Phone Booster for Rural Areas, Farms and Homesteads

Last Updated on May 9th, 2020Our guide and recommendations for the Best Cell Phone Booster for Rural Areas. Cell phones are a way of life nowadays, and having no signal or weak signal can be frustrating. This is especially true if you live in a rural or remote location where you already must contend with a limited signal. A lot of different issues can cause this. Things like distance from cell towers, landscape interruptions like … Read more

Rural Property Investment: The Pros & Cons Of Investing rural property

Rural Property Investment: The Pros & Cons Of Investing In Rural Locations

Last Updated on April 25th, 2020Rural Property Investment – There are about 60 million people, or one in five Americans, who live in rural areas in 2017, according to the US Census. These people opted to enjoy rural living by residing on farmhouses, ranches, lake houses, or in cottages within the forests or on top of the mountains for a variety of reasons. But is it really better to invest in rural properties instead of … Read more

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Desert Wildlife Tucson Homesteading ~ Seeing Desert Wildlife in Tucson

Last Updated on April 13th, 2020One of the benefits to rural living is seeing wildlife. When we set up our homestead in Tucson, Arizona, we didn’t expect to see desert wildlife on our property daily. Mammals, reptiles, birds and amphibians are right outside our window. Once there was a lizard in our kitchen sink. We’ve seen a mountain lion snatch a rabbit. Another time, we watched a Gila monster amble by. In addition, we’ve seen … Read more

What No One Tells You About Selling Your Home

What No One Tells You About Selling a Home

Last Updated on April 6th, 2020What No One Tells You About Selling a Home – If you are about to sell your first home, you’re likely to be in for a surprise with the many unexpected preparations that need to be made. Something no one seems to tell you it if you don’t do it right, is that it could linger on the market for quite a while. What No One Tells You About Selling a … Read more

Refinancing or Financing of Rural Properties

Factors That Limit The Refinancing or Financing of Rural Properties

Last Updated on January 4th, 2020Refinancing or Financing of Rural Properties – Despite 97% of America’s land area being rural, only 19.3% of the population lives there according to Census Bureau. This can be attributed to several factors including desirable amenities in urban areas. One major factor that, however, facilitates this phenomenon is the fact that financing or refinancing a rural property is way harder than an urban or suburban one. Financing of Rural Properties … Read more

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Clever Ways to Extend the Space of Your Rural Home

Last Updated on March 23rd, 2020Rural Home – Size of America’s homes are shrinking, according to Business Insider, with higher construction costs and higher wages charged by builders affecting both city and rural homeowners alike. Even if you have a sizeable rural home, new additions to the family, a change on your home business, or even a new hobby can require an extension of space. Great Mini Indoor Greenhouse Clever Ways to Extend the Space … Read more

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How to Find the Right Fencing for your Property

Last Updated on May 30th, 2020The Right Fencing for your Property – At first glance, picking a fence may seem like a straightforward decision. But a fence can make a huge difference to your house’s look and functionality. Furthermore, picking the wrong fence for your area could end up in serious maintenance costs and possible issues later. This is why it is not a decision to be taken lightly. With the variety of materials available … Read more

Eco-friendly Smart Home Devices You Need to Invest In

Last Updated on June 2nd, 2020Eco-friendly Smart Home Devices – Every day we make small efforts to make a smaller impact on the environment. Whether you go for reusable coffee mugs, skip the plastic straw, or bring your own tote bag to the market. Even with these attempts to not put more waste into the world, many who are serious about the environment don’t feel fully satisfied just doing this. As smart homes and home … Read more

Household Burglaries Ways to Secure Your New Home in The Country

Household Burglaries – 8 Ways to Secure Your New Home in the Country

Last Updated on April 30th, 2020Despite the steady decline of household burglaries, property crimes continue to be among the most commonly reported. Every year, over 3.7 million burglaries are recorded throughout the country. Many of these cases remain unresolved, leaving their victims traumatized. Considering the number of property crimes and its impact to the victims, every household should take home security seriously. This is even more important if you’re in a new home or a … Read more