How to find the right neighborhood when home shopping

Are you looking for a new home? Great! There are a lot of things to keep in mind when house shopping. Things like updates, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, square footage, and the school district may all be important to you, but have you ever thought about the neighborhood? The neighborhood is just as important when you think about it as anything else, but what should… Read More

Tips on how to successfully move in the winter months

Are you worried about buying or selling during the chilly winter months? Do you dread the thought of moving your belongings in and out of the house with unpredictable weather conditions? Worry no more! Moving in the winter isn’t as bad as it is made out to be. That’s why we want to provide you with some helpful tips to make the process a little… Read More

How to prep for an open house

Are you putting your house on the market? Is your first open house around the corner? Now, is the time where first impressions matter the most. Buyers are looking for wide-open spaces as they walk through their potential home. That is why you must take the minimalist approach when it comes to staging your home to sell. 

How to prepare your home for fall weather

Who doesn’t love the Fall? This cool-season is a time for pumpkin-spiced drinks, hayrides, bonfires, and good times for all. But, with changing seasons comes work that needs to be done on your home. You don’t want to let things go too long without preventative maintenance because little problems can turn into big problems quickly if they are not taken care of. 

Homeowner habits that could be losing you money

We all have habits whether they are good or bad. But, did you know that some of your household habits could be costing you money? Studies show that there are things in your home that you do out of habit that could be done in a more cost-effective way. 

How to cool your house without a/c

We all know that Summer can be a hot one and with rising temperatures comes rising electric bills. We’ve all been there. We are shocked when those bills come and wonder how they got so high, but there are things you can do now to help those bills go down as summer progresses. 

How to have a fun summer house party

With more people staying home this summer and canceling their vacations, it is important to still find some time to relax and have fun. You can find some local things to do such as: going to the park, playing in the pool, or summer sports, but if you really want to take it to the next level having a summer house party is the way… Read More

4 home improvement tasks to complete this summer

With summer comes warm temperatures, cookouts with family and friends, pool parties, and a little relaxation. But, with all of that fun, we don’t want you to forget to complete some important tasks this summer. When you own a home, you understand that there is always something that needs to be done. That is why we want to cover some of the home improvement tasks… Read More

Why what you want in a home changes after kids

You may be a first-time parent or are thinking of having kids of your own in the near future, congratulations! Everyone who is a parent knows what a life-changing event that is. Your world will be turned upside down but in the best way possible. While you can’t always predict the changes coming your way, you may already be thinking about your home. Your home… Read More

3 ways to move safely during a pandemic

You don’t always get to control your circumstances, but you have to make the best of the hand you’re dealt. If you have been waiting for your home to sell and it’s finally gone off of the market, congratulations. But, now you may be concerned with how you can safely move during the coronavirus pandemic.