Moving is a doozy. No matter how far you’re going, it’s a lot of work to get everything in your life boxed up, loaded into a truck, and shipped off to your next home. Professional movers have significantly more experience doing this than the average person.
Reviews.com shares their picks for the best moving companies.
Historically, a butler’s pantry (sometimes called a scullery) is a dedicated space in a large home used to store (as well as count and polish) the family silver, numerous sets of china, and large serving dishes like platters, tureens, and coffee urns.
Here’s the skinny on these compact yet flexible spaces that can be a boon if you like to entertain.
Always be wary of situations where the other party is being particularly sketchy.
Here are some tips to avoid getting scammed during the search. You’ve probably heard many of these tips before – but scammers are constantly evolving.
Who has time to prep for a patio party when you can’t even keep up with the regular stuff? Shouldn’t you get to kick back on your lawn, too?
Here are a few strategies to help.
An increase in burglaries during the summer months means it’s time to help safeguard your clients’ homes while they’re away for the season or absent while selling…here are six tips for preventing break-ins.
Closing costs are an inevitable part of the purchase process. Learn about what goes into your closing costs—and, even more important, how to whittle them down to size HERE.
The majority of home buyers get their mortgage directly from a bank—often the institution where they’re stashing their primary savings. But that’s hardly your only, or best, option. Shopping around with different lenders may land you a better deal. Read more HERE.
Here’s a look at some top accessories and decor choices that are easy to snag and that just might help you reach that perfect selling price.
Thinking of flying an American flag at home? Read the following tips from the VFW on proper flag etiquette.
The entire mortgage process has several parts, including getting pre-approved, getting the home appraised, and getting the actual loan. In a normal market, this process takes about 30 days on average…during high-volume months, it can take longer—an average of 45 to 60 days, depending on the lender. Read more HERE.