Articles about residential real estate

Moving Without a Job? Here’s What You Can Do

Many times a move is predicated by a relocation for work. But what if you purchased a new home in a different area and are moving without a job lined up? This is a realistic situation when your spouse is moving for their career, yet it leaves you out of work. 

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Whether you’re building your dream home or buying an existing one, moving without a job in place can be a challenging time. | Photo credit: yanalya

The unemployment rate in Louisville is currently 5.6%, which suggests it could be difficult to immediately land a new job in the city – particularly if you specialize in a specific sector. Fortunately, there are various alternative paths you can take. 

If you’re moving without a job, here are possible career opportunities you can immediately jump into on a short or long-term basis. 


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Selling a House with Water Damage

A lot of people will experience water damage in their homes at some point. Especially if their home has a basement. While some people choose to have water remediation services to resolve it, others resort to selling their properties. So if you’re selling a house with water damage there are definitely some things you’ll want to know.

Photo of a finished walkout basement
If you have a basement that looks like this, the last thing you want is water damage to enter into the picture.

Trying to sell any home depends on a large number of variables; any real estate expert can tell you that. But it’s definitely possible to sell a water-damaged home. If this describes you, please read on. 


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