Archive for the ‘General Tips’ Category

Don’t Make These 5 Common Home Buying Mistakes

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Article by CENTURY 21 It can be easy to get lost and confused during the home buying process. Proper planning is paramount. It’s also helpful to learn from other people’s mistakes. Here are some of the most common errors people make when shopping for a new home. Not budgeting for everything: Yes, this sounds obvious, but…Read More »

Don’t Fall In Love With A House Before You Are Ready To Fully Commit

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

  Article By Lighter Side Staff Finding the house of your dreams might seem pretty easy. You know what you want and like. You feel like you will know the perfect house when you see it. The minute you find “the one”, it will be love at first sight. It will just feel right, like…Read More »

Q & A With Jessica Kern

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Question: How long does the seller have to respond to my offer? Answer: When we write an offer, we put an expiration date and time on the offer itself.  If the offer has not been accepted, countered, or rejected at the time of expiration, you (the buyer), have the chance to make an offer on…Read More »

Q & A With Jessica Kern

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Question: Should I talk to the bank before looking at homes? Answer: I think it is a great idea to speak with your lender about your home budget before house hunting.  It’s important to know what you are able to afford before you start getting to deep into the hunting.  Also, when you submit an…Read More »

Meet Aaron Bircher

Friday, June 10th, 2016

My commitment to you is this:  I give the same level of service to my clients that I would give to a family member.  My approach to client satisfaction blends well with the CENTURY 21 ProLink philosophies.  This leads to a powerful combination of resources and experience that saves my clients time and money.  It’s not…Read More »

5 Tips for At Home Entertaining

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Entertaining at home is a great way to get together with friends and family. Going out to dinner or events is fun, but there is something special about hosting at home. Here are five simple ways to set your home up for entertaining. 1. Put appetizers on the coffee table: When the party starts you’ll…Read More »

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

Monday, 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 »

Tips for Growing Fruits and Vegetables at Home

Monday, 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

Friday, 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

Thursday, 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 »






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