When You Can’t be Away During a Viewing

When a potential buyer views your home, it’s advisable that you not be there. That makes it easier for buyers to explore your home (without feeling like intruders) and imagine themselves living there. But what if that’s not possible for a particular viewing appointment? If you absolutely cannot get away — even for a few…

Four Staging Ideas You Can Implement in an Hour

A buyer is seeing your home soon and you want to make some last minute improvements. What do you do? Check out these rapid-fire staging tips that take just an hour or two. 1. Rearrange furniture for flow: Move furniture to create open pathways, making spaces appear larger and more inviting. Pulling furniture slightly away from…

Deciding Between Two or More Ideal Homes on the Market

Imagine your search has been fruitful, and now there’s a delightful dilemma: choosing between two or more homes that seem perfect. It’s like being at an ice cream shop and trying to decide between your favorite flavors. Here are some tips for making your final choice. • Prioritize your must-haves: Every homeowner has a list of…

Owning a Rentable Vacation Property

Whether you currently own or wish to buy a vacation property, you probably recognize the usefulness of diversifying your real estate investments. Of course, there is also the pleasure of frequenting an enjoyable vacation region and being part of another community with local recreation and entertainment opportunities. Beyond personal enjoyment, you might also consider relying…

How to Identify & Select House & Garden Plants

Plants bring life to any room, balcony or yard, but choosing the right ones for your home or garden can be as challenging as any décor makeover. If you don’t have access to a garden center planner, it’s difficult to be confident that your selections will create the desired ambience over the long term. Fortunately,…

Single Room AC Options

There was a time when residential air-conditioning meant either a whole-home central system forcing treated air through a network of interior ducts, or a cumbersome window unit. There were few, if any, other choices available. But now there is a wide range of options available to keep individual rooms comfortable during hot weather, from personal…

What to Bring with You when Viewing Homes for Sale

When you’re viewing homes for sale, you want to make the most of the experience. The last thing you want is to go home and wonder, “Will our sofa fit in that second house we saw?” That’s why coming prepared is important. Here’s what to bring: • A Checklist: Before heading out, jot down essential features and…

The Role Carrying Costs Play when Buying a Home

When shopping for a new home, many homeowners compare the listing price with their budget. That’s understandable. However, the listing price isn’t the only factor that impacts affordability. For example, you might find a property that falls just under the top end of your budget, but discover that the taxes are significantly higher than expected….

The 3 G’s to Make Selling and Buying Easier

If you’re thinking about selling your property and finding your next dream home, you might be worried about all the work and stress involved. You might even wonder, “Do I want to go through all that this year?” That’s a legitimate concern. Fortunately, it’s simple to make the process easier and less stressful. Just remember…

Be Wary of Cash Offers

Just as spring kick-starts buying and selling cycles in many real estate markets, it can also attract unscrupulous players seeking to exploit uninformed homeowners. For example, you may be targeted with enticing hand-written offers or quick-sale schemes that promise to uncomplicate a selling process that seems daunting. This is especially risky for prospective sellers whose…

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