25 Apr 2016
Anytime you move into a new home, you will be faced with challenges. But, moving to a smaller house is even more of a difficult adjustment. It is a lifestyle change, essentially.
There is a bright side to downsizing, though. Once you get over the shock, you will come to realize that life is much simpler with less things and less space. Who can resist less cleaning? In a smaller home, you will have much more time to simply enjoy life!
But, how, you ask, do you make this move as painless as possible? Just follow these steps.
When it comes to selling a home, first impressions are eve
rything. Just like you wouldn’t go see a movie if
the previews were bad, you can’t expect someone to buy
a home that epitomizes the B-list of real estate.
Curb appeal refers to the outward
01 Dec 2015
Choosing a contractor for a home-improvement or renovation project can be daunting. You’ve probably heard horror stories of the renovation that went horribly wrong. But the truth is there are plenty of reputable, reliable and experienced contractors out there. You just have to know how to find them, and how to get your project started on the right foot.
We work with contractors on a regular basis, and we know how to identify the good while avoiding the bad. Here are some lessons learned on choosing a contractor for your house.
20 Oct 2015
The inspection of a home is apart of the traditional process of selling. Buyers need confidence before committing to a thirty-year mortgage, so they want to know what kinds of repairs they’re going to be facing. A lot of the time, even the homeowner is not aware of all of the things that need to be done to make their home sell-able. In the case where they need to sell fast, they may not have time to wait on an inspection and then complete the demands of the buyer. The best alternative to this issue is to sell, as is, for cash.
14 Oct 2015
So, you find yourself facing the difficult situation of being left with a damaged home after allowing renters in. This is a true nightmare for every home owner. We have worked with many people in this predicament, so it’s nothing new to us. There’s nothing you could’ve done differently. Sometimes you just get a bad egg and, before the ink dries on the lease, you’ve got dents in your walls and holes in your ceiling.
15 Sep 2015
The housing market doesn’t always play nice. Varying trends in locations and home styles can really put a damper on your selling plans. When competition is heavy, sometimes your old home just can’t stack up and you’re faced with having to put in extra time and money to get it off of your hands. Fortunately, there is another way to get your property sold quickly.