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Real Estate Remains Top Investment Choice for Americans

Real Estate Remains Top Investment Choice for Americans

Every year, Gallup conducts a poll to find out which long-term investments Americans favor the most. And once again, real estate is the top choice in… Read more ⇢
Easy Summer Curb Appeal Ideas

Easy Summer Curb Appeal Ideas

Summer is the best time to amp up the curb appeal of your home! Whether you’re about to sell your home or you just want to make it more… Read more ⇢
Common Repairs Needed After a Home Inspection

Common Repairs Needed After a Home Inspection

The home inspection is a critical part of the real estate process. Once a home is under contract, the buyer hires a home inspector who will assess the condition… Read more ⇢
7 Signs It’s Time to Sell Your Home

7 Signs It’s Time to Sell Your Home

Maybe you’ve been browsing real estate listings in your spare time and dreaming about buying a new home. But how do you know if it’s actually the right time… Read more ⇢
Common Mortgage Terms to Know

Common Mortgage Terms to Know

If you’re buying or refinancing a home, then you’ve probably come across some terms that made you think, “Huh? What does that mean?” Honestly, you wouldn’t be alone! Real… Read more ⇢
Top Tips for Selling a Small Home

Top Tips for Selling a Small Home

While tiny homes were all the rage just a couple of years ago, the pandemic has shifted what home buyers want. With so much of our lives spent at… Read more ⇢
Get Your Garage Organized

Get Your Garage Organized

Warm weather is finally here, and that means it’s time to do some spring cleaning! While you may have already tackled your home’s interior, there is one spot in… Read more ⇢
Creating Outdoor Rooms on a Budget

Creating Outdoor Rooms on a Budget

After a long pandemic winter, we’re all a little anxious to enjoy the Great Outdoors. Being able to enjoy the sunshine and a warm breeze from the comfort of… Read more ⇢
Preventing Homebuyer’s Remorse

Preventing Homebuyer’s Remorse

The real estate market is hot, and buyers know they need to act quickly in order to get an accepted offer. Unfortunately, that may lead some buyers to rush… Read more ⇢
Why Fixer-Uppers Are So Popular

Why Fixer-Uppers Are So Popular

If Chip and Joanna Gaines have taught us anything, it’s that fixer-uppers can be downright appealing. Many buyers love the idea of buying an old home and making it… Read more ⇢
What is Earnest Money?

What is Earnest Money?

When you’re buying a home, you will often make an earnest money deposit to the seller after they have accepted your offer. While they are not always required, this… Read more ⇢
How to Compete as a Buyer

How to Compete as a Buyer

Today’s real estate market is competitive for buyers. We’re currently experiencing a shortage of houses for sale. This coupled with high demand means that buyers may face many obstacles… Read more ⇢
How To Stage a Closet

How To Stage a Closet

When many people think of staging a home, they focus on the bedrooms, living rooms, and kitchens. While these are important areas to address when staging your home to… Read more ⇢
Neighborhood Amenities To Look For When Buying

Neighborhood Amenities To Look For When Buying

When you’re buying a home, you’re not just buying the house itself. You’re also buying the neighborhood. The community you live in has a big impact on both your… Read more ⇢
Why Curb Appeal Matters

Why Curb Appeal Matters

First impressions are important. That’s why your home must have great curb appeal when you’re selling. The outside of your home is the first thing that potential buyers will… Read more ⇢
Don’t Sabotage Your Mortgage Application

Don’t Sabotage Your Mortgage Application

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage is one of the first steps toward homeownership. But a lot happens after that initial pre-approval, and things can derail if you aren’t careful. Read more ⇢
Spring Clean In One Weekend

Spring Clean In One Weekend

Hooray, spring is finally here! Did the winter feel like it was a year long? It’s time to shake off those cold-weather blues and start getting your home ready… Read more ⇢
Buying a Home With Big Trees

Buying a Home With Big Trees

There’s no denying that a home with mature trees in the yard can be very appealing. They provide shade on a hot summer’s day or beautiful foliage in the… Read more ⇢
Living In Your Staged Home

Living In Your Staged Home

Staging your home gives it an extra edge when you’re selling. It makes it more attractive to potential buyers and easier for them to see how they can live… Read more ⇢
Packing for a Long-Distance Move

Packing for a Long-Distance Move

Is a long-distance move in your future? While packing up to move down the street can feel like a hassle, moving across the country can be a major undertaking. Read more ⇢
Most Common Home-Buying Contingencies

Most Common Home-Buying Contingencies

When you’re buying a home, it’s common practice to include “contingencies” in your sales contract. These are conditions that need to occur for your purchase to move forward. Many… Read more ⇢
What Do Real Estate Attorneys Do?

What Do Real Estate Attorneys Do?

In some states, you are required to have a real estate attorney in order to buy or sell a house. And while in other states having an attorney is… Read more ⇢
Appraisal Vs. Home Inspection – What’s the Difference?

Appraisal Vs. Home Inspection – What’s the Difference?

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, an inspection and an appraisal will be part of the closing process. They are both important steps that help to evaluate your… Read more ⇢
Retro Features Buyers Love

Retro Features Buyers Love

Are you worried about some features of your home for sale that buyers might consider dated? Well, it’s time to rethink that point of view. In fact, in real… Read more ⇢
Fall in Love With Your New Home

Fall in Love With Your New Home

It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and emotion of buying a new home. But what happens when it’s actually time to move in? While you’ve no… Read more ⇢

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