Have you ever been so annoyed by a neighbor that you’ve thought about moving to get away from them? While “neighbors from hell” do indeed cause some homeowners and renters to leave their current living arrangement, most people decide they can live with their neighbor’s quirks: A recent survey by marketing agency Fractl found that just 5% of people who moved in the last year did so because of bad relations with their neighbor.
When you find dog poop on your property, and you don’t own a dog yourself, you may be wondering how it got there. Not only is dog poop gross and hard to clean off your shoes, it is also an environmental hazard according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Not only is illicit use of your wireless network a nuisance that can hinder its performance, but when people hack into your WiFi, it also poses serious security risks.
In June 2014, the Broadduses thought that they were moving into their dream home, but when they started receiving creepy and terrifying letters, they suddenly realized they were wrong.
If you’re a homeowner, you may have spent months, even years investing in and improving the look and feel of your house. You’ve turned it into your personal oasis.
Imagine this scenario: you’ve lived in the same neighborhood for months, even years, and feel quite at home there. You have everything you need in your immediate area and have turned your house into a real home.
An alarming new report says that the volume of calls from unknown numbers is on the rise. According to Inquisitr, First Orion claims that “nearly half of all calls to mobile phones will be fraudulent in 2019 unless the industry adopts and implements more effective call protection solutions.
Some of the most stressful and exciting periods in life are the times you pack up all of your belongings and move. Whether it’s across town or across state lines, there is no shortage of items on your to-do-list.
As a homeowner, few things are as unsettling as a crime happening in or in proximity to your neighborhood. Wherever you live, you may already be taking steps to ensure that no harm befalls you or your family.