Is it time to lighten up a little? Don’t fret over painting over dark colors. You can DIY it with a few insider tricks of the trade. Click HERE to watch a video!
Ah, spring! The days are getting longer, the flowers are blossoming, and, oh yeah, your head’s been throbbing for a solid two weeks from all the pollen floating around. If you feel you’ve been suffering a bit more than usual this allergy season, take some solace in knowing that you have plenty of company.
Due to the climate crisis and our ever-warming planet, future allergy seasons are likely to start more than a month earlier and be far more intense. Add that to an already arduous allergy season, which typically begins with tree pollen in March and ends with grass pollen in August, and you’re going to need all the antihistamines (and help) you can get.
So how the heck can you keep this pollen frenzy from entering your home and wreaking havoc on your system every minute of every day? Create an indoor sanctuary, of course.
Spring is bringing it this year. Soft, pink cherry trees, sunny forsythia, and pale violet lilacs dazzle our daily life. And as the outside world blooms in a rainbow of hues before our eyes, maybe it’s a cue that our home’s interiors could also benefit from a little colorful glow.
Ready to see your bathroom bloom into a whole new season of color? Keep reading.
Tired of having your already cramped bedroom do double duty as a home office and at-home gym? It might be time to upsize. But while getting more space may seem enticing, upsizing can hold pitfalls for unwary home buyers.
You’re ready to list your house—but are your dated bedrooms a turn-off to prospective buyers?
Today’s buyers are more focused than ever on finding luxe master suites that double as relaxing retreats.
Don’t list your house until you’ve made these crucial improvements to your primary suite and bedrooms.
The most profitable improvement homeowners can make to boost their resale value isn’t as sexy as a kitchen with marble counters and stainless-steel appliances, as practical as a dedicated home office, or as fun as a backyard pool or hot tub.
Instead, the work that pays off the most is refinishing or replacing the home’s hardwood floors, according to a recent remodeling impact report from the National Association of Realtors®. Homeowners recouped about 147% of their investment for refinished floors and 118% of what they spent on new flooring when they sold their homes.
So many DIY kits, tips, and tricks seem like a great idea when we see them in our social media feeds. But in the hands of a novice, such projects can go badly awry, look unfinished, or be abandoned altogether if the homeowner runs out of steam.
Ultimately, rather than save you money, these DIY projects can end up costing you when it comes time to sell—because buyers will steer clear or lowball you, due to what they see as cheap or substandard work that they will have to pay to fix.
Maybe you’ve recently cooked up an abundance of dishwasher-clogging meals. Or perhaps you are finally admitting that your dishwasher has reeked like a smelly sock for over a month. Whatever the case, we’re here to help you banish the nastiness from your dishwasher once and for all.
If you’re a service member, you know that when things happen in the military, they happen fast. And that’s especially true for prospective buyers during a Permanent Change of Station, or PCS—when you’ll suddenly be buying a house and making a hurried move to a community you know little or nothing about.
Without the luxury of time to stroll through open houses and compare neighborhoods, you might feel uncertain whether you’re making the right decisions.
Don’t worry! There are a few things you can do to help yourself nail this fast-paced move—with no regrets.
First, contact me! Then check out this article!
Here are the tax breaks homeowners should be aware of when they file their 2021 taxes. Watch to ensure you aren’t missing anything that could save you money!