Fall is coming to an end. Do you still have leaves in your yard? If you haven’t taken action yet, check out this list of suggestions.
If it’s too good to be true, it almost always is. When you work with an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), you have an advocate who will point out any red flags when looking at homes.
Reality TV can be glamorous; yet despite the name, doesn’t usually reflect real life. Here’s how your life will actually (positively) change after buying a home.
The house fire. I don’t know about you, but this is one of my worst nightmares. As a homeowner, it’s up to you to do a regular audit of your home to ensure that you aren’t setting yourself up for what could be a preventable disaster.
If you are looking to move, and trying to weigh the importance of the school district in your decision, take a look at this article and then give me a call. I am an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) and would love to help you find your dream home.
Is it time to replace your windows, but you’ve been putting the project off? Here’s everything you need to know so that you can make an informed decision when the time is right.
“Alexa, start my laundry!” Ok, we’re not quite there in terms of smart appliances, but they do have their advantages (even if they can’t do your chores for you). Take a look at these advantages and disadvantages before making any big purchase decisions.
Putting together a wish list of things you want and need in a new home is important, but you might be surprised by some “needs” that homeowners gave up, and don’t miss at all.
A listing agent might spice up a description on a house to pique your interest. If you can, it’s always recommended to see the home in person (with your buyer’s agent!) so you can make the best judgement call.