A seller’s first step is always to clean and de-clutter. You also need to rid your home of things that buyers might find distracting, or even offensive. Here are three things that you may miss when you are neutralizing your home.
Kitchens have become a hub for the home. Now homeowners want to bring some of that activity to their outside space.
Too often, homeowners looking for a cost-saving move grab a sledge hammer and do a DIY wall teardown. The risks run high that a number of problems can surface if done incorrectly and without proper preparation, such as the home’s ceiling caving in, electrical problems, and even plumbing issues. For more information, read on…
If you’re moving with kids this spring, here are some tips to help ease the process.
Give this process a shot , and you’ll enjoy beautifully clean and shiny hardwood floors until fall!
The New York Times recently featured several suggestions from professional stagers and interior photographers on how to achieve a picture-perfect home.
The National Association of REALTORS® has issued warnings to its members that hackers are trying to gain access to insecure email accounts and search inboxes for messages related to real estate transactions.
To help buyers understand the strength of their current financial profile when it comes to buying a home, mortgage industry blog MGIC Connects has created a Buy Now vs. Wait calculator that can show them whether they’re better off waiting and continuing to save for a bigger down payment or buying now with less money upfront.
When listing a home, personal taste is best minimized, especially in bedrooms. Real estate and design experts offer their tips of design trends to avoid in bedroom décor.