When you put your property up for sale, you want to make sure that potential buyers get all the information they need on the features of your home and its surrounding area. If, for example, a buyer doesn’t realize there is a great school just a couple of blocks away, he might cross your property off his shortlist. An effective way to make sure something like that doesn’t happen is to create three lists. #1: The “I’ll miss it” list.
Chances are, there are things about your hom
Until recently, even the latest home security system could become obsolete overnight. But, newer whole-home integration systems are much more compatible with interchangeable parts and innovative add-ons. As a result, it’s now possible to have a multi-faceted security system that watches over many of the functions and activities in and around your home. For example, you can organize and control your home’s exterior cameras, motion detectors, door locks, window coverings, light
What will your housing needs be in three to five years? If you can figure that out, you can watch the market, target areas and neighborhoods you might like to live in, and reap the benefits of planning ahead. To begin the process, start by asking yourself the following questions: What will my family look like in three to five years? Will there be a new addition (or two) to your family? Will you have kids that are grown up and about to move out? What is the possibility that an
If you're like most homeowners, you've probably found these past few weeks challenging to say the least. Although the experts say we are making progress, we're still trying to find our footing on an uncertain road. We're figuring out how to live and work in new ways. In fact, when it comes to real estate, you may be wondering, "How does the selling/buying process work in times like these?" or, if you want to sell, "Is now a good time or should I wait?" If you're looking for a