In the process of moving into a new home? Well, you can't forget to christen your space and I've got the housewarming party tips to help! I know, I know, the last thing you feel like doing when in the middle of unpacking boxes and setting up your home is entertaining. But you will be pleasantly surprised by how it feels to take a minute, welcome a few friends, meet a few neighbors, and start Continue Reading about Housewarming Party Tips
Arguments, disagreements, even confrontation? When a couple is selling a home and agreeing on the listing price, it is possible that they may face all three. However, we’re not talking about the usual stressful situations that can occur between partners when it comes to the home sale process. As if selling your home wasn’t cause enough for a little uneasiness, what if you fully disagree with Continue Reading about What To Do If You’re Not Happy With the Listing Price.
When you choose to make improvements to your home, you probably think about design and decor options, paint colors, if the project will increase your property value, or if you’ll need to hire anyone to help you with the job. But there is another, extremely important consideration you need to make – whether or not you will need a building permit for your project. It is essential for homeowners Continue Reading about When You Need a Building Permit for Home Improvements?
If you’re facing a move or just tired of managing your family’s enormous amount of stuff, you can create a plan to help your family move on from under the clutter - sometimes less can be more. The average weight of items you have in each of the rooms in your home is 1,000 pounds. So, for a four-bedroom home with a kitchen, dining room, family room, living room and extra storage areas, all your Continue Reading about Less Can Be More
Finding a home in a hot market can be challenging. Supply is limited, and bidding wars are common with demand so high. You may find yourself up against dozens of buyers, making it hard to snag the home — and at a price you can afford. Not to mention those mortgage interest rates! It’s important not to lose hope, though. Despite the competitive market, there are ways to find (and buy) your dream Continue Reading about What to Do if You Can’t Find a Home
It’s common for both first-time homebuyers and experienced homeowners to feel overwhelmed by the process of purchasing a house. Plus, myths and misconceptions often make the experience even more confusing. Myths like: Renting is cheaper than buying. You need a credit score of 700 to get a loan. You shouldn’t buy in a seller’s market. Have you come across any of these? If you’re thinking of buying Continue Reading about 5 Homebuying Misconceptions to Avoid
If you’re shopping for a new home now or are hoping to soon, you probably feel your heart racing a little. The word is out: Mortgage interest rates are on the rise. This means for the same size loan and house, borrowers will have to pay a higher monthly mortgage bill every month. And that’s prompting many homebuyers to feel as if they need to hurry up and find a house, ASAP. The panic and Continue Reading about What’s Going On With Interest Rates?￼
This topic is near and dear to me, as I recently showed a home that had a literal old lady just chilling in the guest room. I was not warned about said human. Staging your home is all about putting the best foot forward for potential buyers. Homes sale, on average, for more money and in less time when staged properly. By highlighting its most desirable features, you can draw more interest for your Continue Reading about Staging Strategies For Your Home