The transition from spring to summer along the Southern Atlantic coast is rarely a smooth one. Atlantic Ocean temperatures rise through May and into June triggering the start of The Atlantic Hurricane Season.
With the current pandemic and a hurricane season that has been trending earlier than June over the past five years, there is no time like the present to start thinking about how you plan to protect yourself and your home this time around.
The stereotypical female fairytale may have once been; finish school, fall in love, find a partner, buy a house, fill said house with children – but that’s an old story.
There has been a nationwide push to change zoning laws so that tiny houses, also referred to as Accessory Dwelling Units or ADUs, can be built in backyards to be used by aging parents.
Hosts who own upscale or isolated properties are finding renters by offering self-quarantine getaways. By highlighting the property’s no contact perks and cleanliness, and oftentimes tacking on a healthy discount, hosts across the country are finding renters to fill their homes and help offset some of their lost income.