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
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
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
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
Staging Your Home: How to Make Buyers Fall in Love With these tips and tricks, your house will be swoon-worthy in no time. All the world’s a stage, said the Bard. That includes your house. Which is for sale. And thus needs to look bee-yoo-tee-ful. Staging entails hiring experts with a flair for interior design.
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