The boxes are packed, the movers are booked, and you’re on your way to moving into your new house. But how do you go from “house” to “home”? Here are some tips for quickly settling into a new place.
Perhaps you’re just graduating college and are out on your own for the first time. Or perhaps you’ve recently had a lifestyle change and you need to relocate, upsize or downsize. Whenever the time comes to change your living situation, you may wonder if it’s in your best interest to rent or buy your next home. Read on for some tips to assist you in the decision-making process.
Tis the season for spring cleaning (groan). While a heavy-duty clean-out might be needed once a year, it can be easier to handle if you regularly keep things tidy along the way. Sometimes taking on quick duties weekly or even daily can make bigger clean-ups easier to tackle. Read on for our daily & weekly tips on how to keep a tidy home.
Older millennials, in their mid to late 30’s, are experiencing significant life and family changes, which usually result in trading up to a larger home that your baby-boomer may be selling. If you will be selling a home in the next 10 years, it’s essential to know how to appeal to millennials, because they are very likely your target buyer!
It's winter, which means you're out of luck to sell your home until the weather thaws. Right? Not necessarily. While spring is historically the most popular time of year for selling & buying a home, it doesn't mean that's your only option. Read on for some of the reasons you might want to consider listing during winter months.