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The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Historic House, According To An Expert

We often caution people who express an interest in historic homes if they have never LIVED in a historic home. There are some significant issues confronting owners of historic homes but there are also some great rewards awaiting those people. Barry Richards shared with expertise on the subject with House Digest in this recent article Read More:

Historic homes may prove to be more resilient against floods

Ongoing research may mean changes to flood renovation of historic homes. It is common practice for renovations after flooding to require the use of modern flood-resistant materials. Historic hardwoods, plaster, and other building materials may be salvageable but little research has been done on these materials. Concurrent studies underway by both Virginia-based Building Resilient Solutions and the National Park Service… Read More »Historic homes may prove to be more resilient against floods

Historic College Towns

Go BankingRates recently asked for our input on college towns. Of course, some great historic homes can be found preserved adjacent to college campuses. We’ve worked with buyers and sellers around Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY as well as Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Read more: