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3 Essential Safety Tips for Decorating Your Home with Holiday Lights this Year

Friday, December 14th, 2018
3 Essential Safety Tips for Decorating Your Home with Holiday Lights this Year

While hanging up holiday lights is something that almost every homeowner does, many people forget to follow the proper safety precautions in the process.

With the holiday season in full swing, it’s time to decorate your home for this festive season! While hanging up holiday lights is something that almost every homeowner does, many people forget to follow the proper safety precautions in the process. As you are preparing for the upcoming holiday, consider these quick and easy safety tips for setting up your holiday lights this year. (more…)

How to Prepare Your Home for Winter Weather

Friday, December 7th, 2018
How to Prepare Your Home for Winter Weather

Your home should be ready for harsh winter weather in order to keep your systems running smoothly and to prevent keep your property value from suffering.

As fall turns to winter, the temperatures continue to drop and any moisture in your home and lawn has begun to freeze. Your home needs to be ready for harsh winter weather in order to keep your home systems running smoothly and prevent your property value from suffering. There are a number of steps you can take to get your home ready for the colder weather, so here is our guide to preparing your home for winter. (more…)

How to Add Curb Appeal to Your Home as Your Sell in Winter Months

Friday, November 16th, 2018
How to Add Curb Appeal to Your Home as Your Sell in Winter Months

While November and December may be slow for selling, the next two months are the perfect time of year for enhancing the curb appeal of your home as a charming winter residence.

The chilly winter months are often known to be a difficult time of the year for selling a home. While November and December may be slow for selling, the next two months are the perfect time of year for enhancing the curb appeal of your home as a charming winter residence. Make the most of holiday decor and landscape lighting to warm up the appearance of your home during the chilly weeks of winter. As you are preparing to sell your home in winter months, consider these easy tips for adding curb appeal to your home as you sell this winter. (more…)

4 Factors that Contribute to the Resale Value of Your House

Friday, November 9th, 2018
4 Factors that Contribute to the Resale Value of Your House

One way to make the most of selling your home is to polish the features and aspects of the property that influence its resale value.

Are you considering selling your home in the upcoming year? While searching for a new home is complicated enough, selling your current home is often a long and drawn-out process. One way to make the most of selling your home is to polish the features and aspects of the property that influence its resale value. With this, consider these four essential factors and the way in which they affect the value of your home as you sell.   (more…)

5 Home Must-Haves that Could be Holding You Back

Friday, October 12th, 2018
5 Home Must-Haves that Could be Holding You Back

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, or just looking for a replacement home, you’ve probably started with a wish list of what you know you want in your new home.

Home buying can be an exciting but also overwhelming experience. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, or just looking for a replacement home, you’ve probably started with a wish list of what you know you want in your new home. However, that must-have list might be keeping you from finding your dream home. Here are five everyday must-haves that you should consider easing up on in your search for your new home. (more…)

7 Inexpensive Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

Friday, October 5th, 2018
7 Inexpensive Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

There are plenty of ways to increase your home’s value without breaking the budget.

Whether you’re looking to sell your home, up your curb appeal, or undergo some home renovation that will benefit your property in the long run, there are plenty of ways to increase your home’s value without breaking the budget. Some of the simplest projects can add thousands of dollars to your home’s value, depending on your region and the real estate market there. Indoors and out, here are seven inexpensive projects that will help to increase the value of your home. (more…)

5 Factors to Consider as You Prepare to Sell Your Home

Friday, June 22nd, 2018
5 Factors to Consider as You are Preparing to Sell Your Home

Because of their universal appeal, neutral paint on the walls of your home creates a blank canvas for someone else’s decor in your home.

Selling your home takes a significant amount of preparation, planning, and hard work. While moving and starting a new chapter in a new home is an exciting step for many families, the steps of preparing to show and sell your home often requires many phases of preparations before your first open house or showing. As you prepare to sell your home this year, consider these five aspects of planning. (more…)

5 Important Factors to Check During Your Final Walk-through

Friday, May 11th, 2018
5 Important Factors to Check During Your Final Walk-through

Before you close on your dream home, it is especially important to conduct a final walk-through in order to ensure that you are not stuck with any costly repairs or issues with your new home as you move.

Purchasing a new home is a fun and exciting experience, especially during the final stages as you are ready to move into your new home. However before you close on your dream home, it is especially important to conduct a final walk-through in order to ensure that you are not stuck with any costly repairs or issues with your new home as you move. As you look over your prospective new residence, be sure to check for these five important factors before closing. (more…)

3 Moving Mistakes to Avoid as You Transition to Your New Home

Friday, April 6th, 2018
3 Moving Mistakes to Avoid as You Transition to Your New Home

Because moving can be such a complicated process, it is especially important to formulate a well thought out plan in order to move seamlessly into your new space.

Moving is an exciting time for any homeowner, as a new home is often a new beginning for you and your family. However with moving comes the risks of the transition, often opening the door to potential mishaps along the way. When planning for your big move, be sure to avoid the following mistakes to have the best experience possible as you transition to your new home. (more…)

Renting or Buying a Home: Which is Best for You?

Friday, March 23rd, 2018
Renting or Buying a Home: Which is Best for You?

It is especially important to only spend what is proportionate to your income and monthly costs.

The dilemma of choosing whether or not to rent or buy seems to plague so many young adults each year. While renting is often viewed as a pit of money being thrown away, buying is often seen as being a more permanent investment that many people just may not be ready for yet. If you are on the fence about your next move, consider these factors before you start your search. (more…)