Get Your Home Ready for Fall

Fall officially begins on September 22nd, 2018! As the seasons change, so do our activities and home needs. Even though summer is not quite over yet, it’s a good time to do some seasonal maintenance to keep your home running smoothly. The weather can change quickly, especially if you live in a colder climate and

Helping Your Teen Deal with a Move

A move is difficult enough for most of us, but even more so for a teen who is already experiencing his or her age-related issues. Add on a move, and their life just became a whole lot more complicated. Leaving behind friends, moving to a new school and a new neighborhood is especially hard on this age group. But with

Pre-Approval is a Must!

Reasons Your Agent Wants You Pre-Approved Before Showing You Homes Ever had an agent deny to show you a home because you weren’t pre-approved for a mortgage? It’s not because they’re mean, or they don’t value your business… it’s actually because they’re looking out for your best interests. Let’s face it, shopping for a home

Summer Activities for Kids

Back to school may be right around the calendar corner but there are still a few days of summer left. Need some ideas on how to fill those last few days? Here are some great ideas from Parents’ Magazine: Learn From Masters – Contact your Chamber of Commerce for information on local artist who host

Real Estate Documents You Should Keep!

8 Real Estate Documents to Keep—and What Happens If You Don’t By Daniel Bortz | May 24, 2018 Which real estate documents should you keep after buying a home? After all, you don’t want to have to file all of it if you don’t have to; but you also don’t want to chuck something crucial. Your closing company is required