In a recent post, we talked about a new FindLaw release, "Tips on Remodeling Your Home." FindLaw not only offers legal information to the more than 4 million monthly visitors to its site, but also offers news releases and surveys to bring its accessible, useful legal information to an even wider audience.
FindLaw's suggestions for ways to manage an up-coming spring landscaping project or home remodel can be used by the everyday homeowner hoping to increase the value of their home, or even just improve its "curb appeal" in a still-struggling housing market. FindLaw suggested ideas for budgeting, permitting and the all important written contract, as ways homeowners could avoid price overruns, lawsuits and other legal headaches before, during and after their remodeling processes.
As in the past, several news sources have picked up the FindLaw release, passing it on to their readers. For instance, the Allentown Morning Call, the primary daily paper serving the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton area of Pennsylvania published the FindLaw suggestions as a news feature about smart tips for a better remodeling project.
In addition, another part of the country was given FindLaw's tips on a hassle-free remodel. The daily paper in Omaha, Neb., the Omaha World Herald, also recently published the news feature.
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