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Setting Your Inspection Expectations

Setting Your Inspection Expectations

When you are buying a home for the first time, you’re likely to run into many processes that you haven’t been through before. One of the most important parts of the purchasing process is your property inspection. It may seem daunting, but if you know your role and the...

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DIY SHIPLAP FOR $40

DIY SHIPLAP FOR $40

Thanks to Chip & Joanna Gaines, shiplap is filling homes across the country, and for good reason. Shiplap can give you a beautiful feature wall without having to choose an accent color you may not be crazy about in a few months. If done wisely, it doesn’t have to...

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HOW TO FIX 5 COMMON BATHROOM ISSUES

HOW TO FIX 5 COMMON BATHROOM ISSUES

Homeownership has plenty of perks. You can make changes whenever you want, but that also means you are responsible for making any fixes that you want (or need)! Instead of calling the local handyman every time something small goes awry, you can try out these quick...

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ENERGY SAVING TIPS THAT WILL LOWER YOUR BILLS

ENERGY SAVING TIPS THAT WILL LOWER YOUR BILLS

Temperatures are rising which means that your utility bills are likely on the rise too. With the average American spending around $200 a month on energy, most are looking for a way to decrease those prices in any way they can. Just not using air conditioning is an...

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Why You Need An Agent For New Construction

Why You Need An Agent For New Construction

Are you ready to buy a home and you are considering going in the route of new builds? It may seem like an easy enough process, where you get to call the shots of how you want your dream home to be, but there is a lot of risk when it comes to new construction if you...

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WHAT YOU SAVE BY GETTING RID OF EXCESS STUFF BEFORE YOU MOVE

WHAT YOU SAVE BY GETTING RID OF EXCESS STUFF BEFORE YOU MOVE

If you’re getting ready to move, whether you are trying to sell your home or you’ve already purchased a new one, one of the first things that tends to cause stress in the process is the fear of packing all of your stuff. Whether you’ve been in your current space for a...

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INCREASE YOUR CURB APPEAL

INCREASE YOUR CURB APPEAL

If you’re preparing to sell your home, curb appeal should be a priority. When someone is walking by or coming to your open house, the outside of your home is the first thing they will see. If there is no curb appeal, potential buyers may never even set foot in your...

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MAKE YOUR HOME STAND OUT THIS SUMMER

MAKE YOUR HOME STAND OUT THIS SUMMER

As May comes to a close, school ends and the summer officially begins, that means one important thing - home selling season is upon us. With the kids home from school and vacation time accumulated, both buyers and sellers are ready to enter the market as the weather...

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Gen Xers Driving Multi-Generational Housing Trend

Gen Xers Driving Multi-Generational Housing Trend

This Is Us. Jane the Virgin. Black-ish. What do they have in common? They are all family television programs that have members of multiple generations living under one roof. But the reality of multi-generational living is more than sitcom fodder. According to the 2019...

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