After a spring and summer full of mowing, weeding, mulching and gardening, it’s tempting to focus your energy indoors when autumn comes. However, if you’re selling your home, curb appeal is still important, even in fall. Here are seven simple ways to keep your curb appeal game strong all season long.
Are smart locks an open invitation to homes? At a recent computer security conference, some researchers said yes. Read more HERE.
About 10.7 million people move with their pets every year. Ease pets’ move with this handy LIST.
A key part of your marketing plan is setting the list price. Quite simply, if a home is priced too low, you miss out on potential profit. If a home is priced too high, qualified buyers will look elsewhere.
Following these 10 tips will help to add value to your home and increase your chances of a sale.
Selling can entail a variety of marketing strategies, and your agent will develop a plan especially for your home, which will help set it apart in your local marketplace and attract buyers. Read more HERE.
This home moving checklist can help you make your move much easier.
In the home buying process, ownership of the home is officially transferred to you at the closing meeting. Know what to expect when you close on your new home.
Protecting your new home with insurance is a must. How well you do that depends on the details of your policy. And while you are not required by law to have homeowners’ insurance, mortgage lenders require that you do. Read more HERE.
Congratulations! You’ve made an offer, and reviewed all the documents the seller has provided regarding the condition of the home. But, one important step before you finalize your real estate offer could help you avoid costly home buying mistakes: The Home Inspection.