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Summer Is The Best Time to Tackle These 5 Home Improvement Projects

If you're a homeowner, aside from lounging by a swimming pool or throwing a few backyard barbecues, the warmer months are also the perfect time to tackle some improvement projects around your house and yard. The beautiful weather conditions give you ample time to assess, repair, and make upgrades that can help increase the overall value of your home, especially if you plan to sell your house anytime...

Selling A Smoker’s House? Here Are Expert Ways to Remove Cigarette Smell for Better Resale

Aside from a home's features and visual aspects, the odor is another critical consideration for many potential buyers. If you are a homeowner who frequently smokes cigarettes indoors or lives with a smoker, it is important to understand that tobacco odor lingers. Before deciding to put your property on the market, it may take lots of work to remove the smoke smell from...

7 Ways To Minimize Unnecessary Costs When Moving

Whatever the reason behind your move, whether you're buying your first home, you’ve got a new job in a different city, or you want to be closer to your loved ones and relatives, among others, relocating is no small venture. There are many factors to consider: finding the time and energy to pack up all your belongings and choosing a reliable moving service to safely transport your items. And while it...

Thrifty Ways To Furnish Your New Home For Less

You've bought your first home—congratulations! It’s a huge milestone you finally accomplished after what could be years of saving up for the down payment. However, once you’ve moved into your new home, that’s when it hits you. Your house now requires far more furniture than the tiny apartment you rented. And the furniture is expensive.  You've factored in other...

What’s Ahead in Real Estate? 5 Trends and Features To Watch Out For in 2022

The coronavirus pandemic turned the real estate market into a frenzied rollercoaster ride for both buyers and sellers. Especially because of the historically low mortgage rates coupled with the inventory shortage.  But with the pandemic subsiding, the burning question is, what will happen in real estate in 2022? Housing experts forecast the market could calm down this year and ease up a little,...

What Does ‘Days on Market’ Mean and Why Does It Matter to Home Buyers?

Here's a sweet analogy- think of a home for sale like your favorite bread or pastry. Most, if not all, are best consumed when they’re freshly baked, much like a home that has been fresh on the market. But bread gets stale as days pass by, which makes it less and less appealing. The same can be applied to a listing. As a home’s days on the market creep higher, it gets “stale” and prospective...

Home Sellers: Here are 10 questions to ask a Real Estate Agent before hiring

Your home is one of your biggest investments, which means when you decide to sell, it is also one of the largest transactions you will undertake. This is why it's critical that you become pickier when hiring a real estate agent to help sell your home. You want to make sure you’ll be working with an expert who will protect your interests as a seller, guard your equity, find the right buyers, and...

5 Things That Could Go Wrong If You Skip Hiring A Real Estate Agent To Buy A Home

If you are thinking about buying a house this year or even in the near future, one of the things you might have been asking yourself is whether you need to hire a real estate agent or not. After all, you know how to browse through online listings (which is something you might already love doing during your free time). It should be easy enough to find a property you like, contact the listing agent, and...

Hosting Thanksgiving at Your New Home?

Owning and buying your first home is the perfect reason to host Thanksgiving dinner. And since it's next week, chances are you have already made a checklist and started getting ready for the long-awaited holiday. But if you haven’t or still need a few reminders to make your festivities even a little less overwhelming, we’ve rounded them up shortly but sweetly so you’ll have plenty of time to...

5 Simple but Essential Minimalist Design Tips To Embrace In Your Home

1. Minimize clutter and maximize storage. Perhaps one of the main reasons you're looking to embrace minimalist home decor is due to the clutter your home has accumulated over the years. And while it can be overwhelming to declutter and redesign your house at once, the key is to start small. Tackle one space or room at a time to make the task more doable. A good rule of thumb is to get rid...

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