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Spring cleaning is the buzzword every March, but what about summer cleaning? By now the kids are out of school and there are probably winter coats and extra clutter lying around. The days are longer and the sun is brighter, so why not get organized this summer?Purge Paper ClutterAre there kids’ d...
08/15/2019
Over the last couple of years, we’ve heard quite a bit about rising home prices. Today, expert projections still forecast continued growth, just at a slower pace. One of the often-overlooked benefits of rising home prices is the positive impact they have on home equity. Let’s break down three way...
08/14/2019
ave you ever been flipping through the channels, only to find yourself glued to the couch in an HGTV binge session? We’ve all been there, watching entire seasons of shows like “Property Brothers,” “Fixer Upper,” and “Love It or List It,” all in one sitting.When you’re in the middle of your real e...
08/13/2019
Very few events in your life are going to be as exciting as purchasing a home, but first-time buyers need to remember that this process can be very complicated. Well before you make an offer on a home, you will need to carry out a few important tasks:Narrow Down the LocationFinding a great neighb...
08/12/2019
Whether you live in the ‘burbs, the city or out in the country, your lawn is the crowning centerpiece that introduces people to your home. Your lawn can elevate the look of your house or create an uninviting scene that lessens the beauty…and maybe even the value.For some homeowners, though, lawn ...
08/09/2019
Buying a new home while selling your current one is a balancing act. Here are some practical tips to help you succeed as both a buyer and seller.Buying a new home at the same time as you’re selling your old home is all about timing — and some luck, of course. And while you can’t control everythin...
08/08/2019
The Internal Revenue Service considers four different types of real estate.  Specific types of properties have benefits based on their classification.  The determination does not depend on the property itself as much as it depends on how the property is used and what the owner's intentions are.Pr...
08/07/2019
Whether you’ve owned a home before, or you’re ready to jump into homeownership for the first time, there are always a lot of questions swirling around about what is truly required for a down payment, and how to best source down payment assistance. Let’s tackle these two today.1. How much do you r...
08/06/2019
If you have plants popping up in your yard that you didn’t plant, your first instinct may be that it’s a weed. You very well might be right; after all, what are weeds except for unwanted plants? At the same time, it’s possible that you’ve got wildflowers growing on your property. Depending on you...
08/05/2019
The home may look great, but if you don’t get this one thing right, buyers won’t be buying, real estate pros say. And that all centers around the smell—the sense that too many home sellers neglect to pay attention to.Some home sellers may be noseblind to their home’s scent, and they need the real...
08/02/2019
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