Things a Strong Cash Buyer Should Have

April 13, 2021


A seller’s goal should be finding the highest offer with the strongest probability of closing. An offer may be full of unwanted contingencies and red flags that may compromise your position as the seller, even though it’s near the asking price. What if you knew what to look for at the start of your home-selling […]


Effects of Spring Weather on Exterior Paint

March 31, 2021

Effects Of Spring Weather on Exterior Paint

Effects of Spring Weather on Exterior Paint   Fresh paint can greatly improve the appearance of any building, but many seasonal effects can affect how it looks. The change in temperature and the high amount of precipitation that usually occurs in the spring can significantly affect both fresh and older paint. Here are the effects […]


Throw Your Junk Away

March 29, 2021

Haul away your household clutter, or hire the job out. Here’s a guide to help you decide.   Whether it’s years of accumulated clutter, old appliances, or household chemicals, it has to go. Is it a DIY job? Or do you need to call in the professionals? Here’s what you need to know. Identify the […]


Knowing the Difference Between Public and Private Streets

March 27, 2021

Not all roads are created equal. Living on a private street can be costly. Find out why here.   Most roads are public thoroughfares, maintained by local, state, or federal authorities, and paid for tax dollars. But that’s not always the case, which is why it’s wise for potential home buyers to ask about street […]


How to Deal with a Low-ball Offer

March 26, 2021

Money talks, but what should you say to a low-ball offer? After a few days on the market, your agent calls to tell you there is an offer on the home. Unfortunately, it’s too soon to celebrate. The offer is lower than what you’re asking. Much lower.   Keep your feelings in check. It’s normal to […]


When to Replace Your Windows

March 22, 2021

Are window replacements in your home’s future?  It’s time to study up the pros and cons of each type. If your home has older windows, should you replace them with new, more energy-efficient ones? Here’s a quick guide to the pros and cons. First, do you need new windows? If your home has single-pane glass […]


Top Ways to Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal

December 4, 2017

curb appeal

Selling a home in the fall means dealing with challenging weather and temperatures that may negatively impact your curb appeal. If you want to make your real estate investment profitable, you need to make sure the outside of your home looks more appealing than ever. Here are the top ways to increase your home’s curb […]


6 Things You Can Do To Winterize Your Home

November 26, 2017

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As the weather gets colder and winter approaches, this is a time when that electric bill seems to reach to new heights which is why we have 6 things you can do to winterize your home. When you are budgeting each expense, and trying to avoid any surprises, there are key things that you can […]


Top Things to Do To Winterize Your Home

November 28, 2016

With winter just around the corner, we want to make sure you know the top things to do to winterize your home. Winterizing your home today can help you save a lot of money tomorrow, as you’ll be able to avoid many costly repairs. Below are the top 5 things you can do to winterize […]


Top Things You Need to Know When Buying A Rental

November 6, 2016

Check Your House

Some of the world’s wealthiest people have gained their wealth through real estate, so if you are considering buying investment property then we have the top things you need to know when buying a rental. Your financial position in crucial: You should analyze your finances and question whether you can follow through with such a […]