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Tight Sellers’ Market – Consider New Builds

Tight Sellers’ Market – Consider New Builds

Most of the country is experiencing a very tight real estate market. Inventory levels are historically low, perhaps owing to the concern of strangers traipsing through the home during this time. Additionally, because most people are staying home, they have been able...

Keeping Modern White Kitchens Clean

Keeping Modern White Kitchens Clean

Sleek, white kitchens are one of the most popular trends in interior design. Bright and cheery white tiles, sinks, cabinets, and even appliances are replacing the dark and heavy wood and granite of the past couple of decades. White or off-white makes kitchen spaces...

Working from home? Best home features

Working from home? Best home features

With many major employers now stating that their employees will be working from home for the foreseeable future, many homebuyers have adjusted their list of desirables in their next home. Some not only need to plan for a home office space, but also need to accommodate...

Keeping Up With Smart Homes

Keeping Up With Smart Homes

It seems almost everything is connected these days. Want to check the temperature of your oven from outside? See how much milk you have in the refrigerator from the market? It’s possible! You can now control almost every aspect of your home from your smartphone. Yet...

Downsizing? What to do with your Stuff

Downsizing? What to do with your Stuff

Whether you call it downsizing or rightsizing, the bottom line is you’re moving into a smaller space and have no idea what to do with all the stuff you’ve collected over the years. Many people consider moving from a larger home to a smaller home at some point in their...

Landscape on a Budget

Landscape on a Budget

How to Landscape on a Budget Landscaping doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you’re fixing up your yard for personal enjoyment or getting ready to sell, a little elbow grease and some creativity can create a beautiful outdoor space that enhances your home. Draw a...

Considering a Distressed Home?

Considering a Distressed Home?

Considering a Distressed Home?   Homebuyers are always looking for that special bargain. The old saying, “buy the worst home on the best street,” insinuates that buying a “fixer-upper” home can be a great investment. While it’s always important to get the most...

Getting outbid? Strategies to make your offer stand out

Getting outbid? Strategies to make your offer stand out

Summer is traditionally a busy time for buyers and sellers. This year has been no exception—and with lower interest rates, many homebuyers are finding the competitive environment challenging. With multiple buyers competing for properties, even terrific offers are...

Simple Ideas to Refresh Your Master Bedroom

Simple Ideas to Refresh Your Master Bedroom

Simple Ideas to Refresh Your Master Bedroom We’re all spending more time at home these days. With the entire family stuck together, the home has been placed under a microscope. If your master bedroom is not the oasis you wish it were, here are a few simple ideas you...

Hiring the Right Service Professional

Hiring the Right Service Professional

The popularity of home improvement television shows has increased the number of home projects. Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of knocking down walls and retiling their kitchen on their own. If you’re one of these non-DIY-ers, you will need to find service...

Age-Old Selling Tips to Ignore

Age-Old Selling Tips to Ignore

Homeowners planning to sell their home tend to get unsolicited advice from every direction. “Do this,” “don’t do that”; it can be difficult to decipher the good from the bad advice. As homebuyers become more informed and market-savvy, knowing which age-old advice to...

Self-Employed Financing Tips

Self-Employed Financing Tips

Self-employed borrowers have always had to jump through a few hoops to finance or refinance their homes. Without a traditional paycheck, lenders look for other ways to document income. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many business owners and delayed tax return...