The pandemic has had one unexpected result: a huge increase in home projects. From complete remodels to deferred maintenance projects, and everything in between, homeowners have taken advantage of their time at home by improving their property. Unfortunately, not all projects went as planned. ... » Learn More about Beware the DIY Failure
Current trends in real estate include a mix of developments. The market has been heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic that has created a new housing environment. Today's landscape is expected to alter the way we approach real estate for the next few years, and maybe beyond. Let's take a ... » Learn More about Ten Current Real Estate Trends
Settling into a brand new neighborhood can be overwhelming. After all, you just spent months or years getting to know the neighborhood you lived in previously, so it can feel like a daunting task to start that process all over again. That’s why I put together a list of 5 ways to settle into a ... » Learn More about Five Ways to Settle Into Your New Neighborhood
Congratulations! Your home is under contract. You and the buyers have both agreed to the terms, and you’re excited to officially sell your home. But there’s still work to do before you reach the settlement table. Here are five of the top time-sensitive items that you or the buyers will need to ... » Learn More about What Happens From Contract to Closing?
Homeowner’s insurance is a non-negotiable. Not only does it protect you if your home is damaged, but it also includes liability insurance if someone is injured at your home. When evaluating the policy, insurance companies consider multiple items to determine their risk—and your cost. Here are seven ... » Learn More about Seven Impacts to the Cost of Homeowners Insurance