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5 Tips for Millennial Home Buyers

May 12th, 2016

Article provided by Zillow. View the original article here: http://ow.ly/ZfdB3002Z14. In previous generations, many people bought ‘starter’ homes while in their 20s or 30s. The world moved at a much slower pace then. People tended to stay put in the cities where they grew up. They wanted ‘roots’ and the status that homeownership afforded. But times…Read More »

9 Feelings That are Totally Normal When You Sell Your House

May 11th, 2016

Article provided by houselogic. View the original article here: http://ow.ly/8HL43002XIn. Selling a home has its moments of joy and frustration. Here’s what most people experience.

7 Steps to Take Before You Buy a Home

May 10th, 2016

Article provided by houselogic. View the original article here: http://ow.ly/Y3Mz3002Wuo.  Most potential home buyers are a smidge daunted by the fact that they’re about to agree to a hefty mortgage that they’ll be paying for the next few decades. The best way to relieve that anxiety is to be confident you’re purchasing the best home at…Read More »

10 Things People Who Adore Old Homes Think When They First Walk Inside One

May 9th, 2016

Article provided by LighterSide of Real Estate. View the original article here: http://ow.ly/qs0p3002SE8.  There is a certain mystique to older homes. With each one there is always a veil of mystery to be pulled back with every structure that predates the 1970’s. This mystery has a level of attraction to a certain subset of homeowners. So…Read More »

Open House Advice for Buyers

April 26th, 2016

You may fall in love with a home based upon it’s online listing but don’t forget to visit it in person before you make the commitment. Visiting an open house is a great way to get a feel for the property and see if it will work for you and your family. Keep these things…Read More »

Tips for Growing Fruits and Vegetables at Home

April 25th, 2016

There may be many benefits to growing your own garden, including better quality of produce, saving money, and having a healthy hobby. If you’re just getting started, use the guide below. Here are our tips for growing fruits and vegetables at home! ● Gather your tools: Before you get down in the dirt, gather your…Read More »

Protecting Your Home: Safety Tips for the Homeowner

April 22nd, 2016

We often like to think good things about our new home, such as the memories our family will make there. However, there’s a less than wonderful thought that should also be considered: the risk of burglary. As a new homeowner, you may be at risk for this opportunistic crime, but you can take certain precautions…Read More »

How to Choose Roofing – 6 Types to Consider

April 21st, 2016

Whether you’re replacing an existing roof or researching options for a new home, deciding between roofing styles, materials and costs can be complicated. To help you determine the correct roofing materials for your home, here are the pros and cons of the six most popular roofing types. #1 Asphalt Shingle The most common roofing material,…Read More »

What’s the Difference?

April 6th, 2016

There are so many items in your household that are similar to one another. Whether pillows, doors, windows, or blankets, they are all used the same way, yet they are different. Here are the differences between a few common household items. Go ahead, impress your friends by knowing the differences. Bay Window vs. Bow Window:…Read More »

Driveway Detective: Tips for Assessing a Driveway When You Buy

April 5th, 2016

Thought-out floor plans, updated kitchen appliances, and abundant backyard space may be perks you’re searching for when trying to find your dream home, but a seemingly minor aspect may make or break the sale — and it’s right under your feet. An attractive driveway boosts curb appeal and sets the tone for the entire home….Read More »



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