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Upgrading Before You List

Upgrading Before You List

Most people have wandered through new home developments and wished their own home looked as modern and chic. Model homes showcase the latest upgrades and decorating trends; for home sellers these homes are their competition, and it can feel daunting to offer an older...

5 Reasons Selling Without an Agent is a Bad Idea

5 Reasons Selling Without an Agent is a Bad Idea

5 Reasons Selling Without an Agent is a Bad Idea Do-it-yourself projects are in vogue these days. You can find advice online for everything from investing in crypto-currency to tearing down the living room wall. When considering the cost of moving, it’s natural to...

Public vs. Private School

Public vs. Private School

Homebuyers know that the quality of the local schools is a critical component of their home search. Nothing is more important to parents than making sure their children receive quality education. Competition for college admission has increased to a fevered pitch over...

How to Setup Your First Home Office

How to Setup Your First Home Office

Working from home is not a new concept, but recent events have created a mass shift in the American workforce and more people than ever before are working from home. While simply placing a laptop on the kitchen table is one way to work from home, having a designated...

Tips to Quickly Make Your Home Show-Ready

Tips to Quickly Make Your Home Show-Ready

Everyone dreams of living in a model home – a beautiful modern room with the perfect vase of flowers sitting decoratively on a glass side table. Unfortunately, life doesn’t always work this way. Our homes tend to look more “lived in” with a pile of shoes by the front...

7 Cool Ways to  Re-purpose Old Furniture

7 Cool Ways to Re-purpose Old Furniture

Are you looking for a fun project that will add some pizzazz to your home – that doesn’t require a degree in carpentry? Before you leave your old furniture on the curb with a sign that says, “free to good owner,” here are 7 creative ideas that will revitalize that...

Preparing Your Home for a Virtual Tour

Preparing Your Home for a Virtual Tour

Technology is helpful in so many areas of life, even real estate. Twenty years ago, if someone were moving across the country, they'd have to wait to buy a house until they arrived to start their new life, or they’d have to buy a home without seeing it in person...

At-Home Family Night Activities

At-Home Family Night Activities

During the past couple of months, families have been asked to stay at home. It can be challenging to keep everyone entertained when we aren’t able to go out of the house except to work in essential jobs, enjoy fresh air, and get groceries. Luckily, there are plenty of...

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

It may come as a shock that many people purchase a home before ever setting foot inside. These buyers may be moving to a new country or city far away, or they may not have the time or resources to visit for a home search before the big move. Not everyone has the...

Keeping the Home-ownership Dream Alive

Keeping the Home-ownership Dream Alive

Buying and owning your own home is no easy task, and there are moments on everyone’s journey when they feel like it’s impossible. However, there are plenty of resources available to help make your dream of becoming a homeowner a reality. The first step you should take...

3 Types of Decorative Molding for Accent Walls

3 Types of Decorative Molding for Accent Walls

Decorative accent moldings come in a wide variety of styles. Interior designers use these to add visual interest to rooms and spaces while highlighting desirable features and distracting from less attractive elements. Understanding the options and purposes of...

Rent-to-Own Real Estate: The Pros and Cons

Rent-to-Own Real Estate: The Pros and Cons

The concept of rent-to-own allows the buyer the option of purchasing the home in the future for a predetermined price. Unlike traditional home sales where the transaction is concluded immediately, arent-to-own agreement arranges for the buyer to pay an “option fee”...