Whether if it’s for health reasons, job flexibility, or seasonal weather, if you find yourself staying at home more, you might also be facing a new reality: Spending more time at home can make it more difficult to stay fit. If you’re home more, you’re likely not going to the gym as much. Cooped up in your house, you’re probably less active. And the more time you spend at home, the more time you spend close to your refrigerator. Don’t panic, however. You can get fit in and around your […]... Read More
Every homeowner wants their house to have curb appeal. Visitors quickly form a first impression of your home based on how its exterior appears from the street. A major point of emphasis when it comes to curb appeal is the front entryway. Nobody’s going to look at the front of your home and not notice it. The front entryway is also a key to the overall curb appeal because it can seem warm and welcoming or cold and uninviting. Re-doing an unappealing entry with a new porch or stoop or […]... Read More
Different homeowners at different stages of their lives have different housing needs. A young, growing family, for example, probably needs a larger house than a single person or retired couple. If your need for a large home has passed, you might be thinking about downsizing. It’s not an easy decision. If you have adult children who have moved out, perhaps you enjoy having space for them when they come to visit. Maybe it’s hard to separate yourself from the nostalgia you feel from raising a family in the home you’ve […]... Read More
Purchasing a home is often the single largest transaction for a person or family. It is a big financial decision and commitment, and one decision is the type of home. The most popular is the single-family home. However, another option is the condominium. There are pros and cons for each home type, and there are four main differences when comparing condominium to single family homeownership. What You Own The typical single-family home is a free-standing structure with a yard, and you purchase ownership of the structure and the land on […]... Read More
Buying a house is a huge decision at the best of times, and it’s even worse when the market favors sellers. When more people are trying to buy than to sell, prices are high, and finding your dream house may seem impossible. But don’t give up. These guidelines will help you buy the right house, even in a seller’s market. Avoid Offer Nights In some cities with hot housing markets, offer nights are common. This means that on a certain night, the house will essentially go up for auction. The […]... Read More
Home sellers are usually concerned about two things first and foremost: how long it will take for their home to sell, and how much money it will sell for. The answers to those two questions are mostly tied to two factors. The asking price and condition of a home are what typically determine how fast it sells and for how much. A home priced correctly from the start that’s in great condition should sell fast and for top dollar. Getting your home in tip-top shape before putting it on the […]... Read More
Low-interest rates and a strong economy make the perfect opportunity to reap substantial profits in the real estate market. Whether you are upgrading, downsizing, or relocating, obtaining the maximum amount possible from the home sale is the goal. So, while preparing your home for listing, avoid some common mistakes sellers make before your home hits the market. Pricing for maximum profit (treating your home like a piggy bank) One of the biggest mistakes sellers make is determining the listing price of their home by the amount of money they want/need […]... Read More
When an area’s inventory of homes for sale is low and demand among homebuyers is high, there can be stiff competition if you’re in the market to buy a home. Often, you have to act fast when you find a home you love. According to the real estate listings site Realtor.com, inventory around the United States has continued to shrink since the beginning of 2020. By October of 2020, it was 38 percent lower than the year before and homes were selling more quickly in slower months than they had […]... Read More
See Flood Factor link https://floodfactor.com/ that allows users nationwide to enter an address and run a flood risk calculator. The tool uses the FEMA major channel studies, combined with high-resolution data obtained from airplanes and satellites, to create the first national flood model that will identify flood zones along all streams and rivers, not just the major ones. It also shows where heavy rainfall flooding occurs even when it is not connected to a waterway.... Read More
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