Key Questions For Buying Or Selling A Home During The Pandemic

Key Questions for Buyer and Sellers

        Nearly every industry has been impacted by the global COVID-19 pandemic and real estate is no exception. Because the cornerstone of buying or selling a home is face-to-face interaction, the way we do business has been altered. Open houses and showings have been cancelled, conducting inspections and funding loans have become trickier, and even tasks like … Read More

21 Easy Home Projects to Tackle while you’re Hunkered Down

21 Home Project ideas without spending a dime

          Instead of buying something new, try these ideas to revamp your home with your existing items: As the U.S. confronts the spread of the novel coronavirus, most of the country has now implemented stay-at-home orders. And while we grapple with how to pay rent, whether we’re headed into a recession, and how the virus is impacting the housing market, we’re also left with a … Read More

How to Stand Out from Other Real Estate Investors

How to stand out from other Real Estate Investors

                Do you want Seller’s to take you seriously when you go to purchase Property? The real estate investing industry these days is more competitive than ever. It’s the new standard for a motivated seller to have multiple offers to choose from when selling their house to an investor. This allows the motivated … Read More

9 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Storage

Having things stored and organized makes life less stressful. That’s because you can keep things neatly tucked away and find them when you need them. These nine storage projects are DIY friendly, but there are also companies that specialize in building and installing storage solutions. You can also purchase premade storage units at home improvement centers as well as ready-to-assemble … Read More

4 Design Tips to Expand a Small Room

Design Tips for Smalls Spaces

Do you wish you could add more charm without forgoing square footage? Well, just because your space is limited, it doesn’t mean your style has to be. Make your tiny area more usable and trendy with these four tips. 1. Create a focal point. Designing without a focal point can make your space look cluttered. Instead, arrange a single, standout feature … Read More

So Much to Consider when Retiring

So Much to Consider when Retiring

When you think of the home you’ll retire in, a new house may come to mind. Or maybe you’re contemplating moving to your favorite vacation spot or somewhere closer to friends and family. With so many choices, how will you know what’s best for your lifestyle? Here are three questions to consider before making a move for retirement: 1. Will … Read More

Seller Etiquette for Showing a Home

Should Seller’s Leave the House when Buyer’s arrive? It’s not uncommon for someone selling a house to sometimes be home when a prospective buyer, led by a real estate agent, arrives for a scheduled showing. Sellers might believe they are being helpful by pointing out features, but buyers are just as likely to be annoyed. Even though sellers likely mean well, … Read More

7 Insider Tips for Selling Your First Place

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Selling Your Home Many homeowners will tell you how emotional it was to buy their first home, but you rarely hear about their experience selling it. It’s only natural to grow attached after creating so many wonderful memories, which can make selling a challenging process. Fortunately, you’re not in it alone. Together, we can simplify … Read More