How to Stage Your Home for a Virtual Showing

15 July 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Zooming has become a verb. If you're selling your home, it means to do a virtual home showing. Homebuyers are enjoying the convenience of doing virtual home tours, before deciding if they want a real-life walk-around. If you're doing a virtual tour, ask yourself how you can sell your home by making it more appealing. 1. Create Space With Mirrors Mirrors can open up your space and make it look more expansive. Read More 

3 Types Of Properties To Consider Retiring To

15 July 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

You have worked your entire life and now it's time to retire, but what does that mean for you? Does that mean that you are just going to stay in your same house or does it mean that you are going to create a new lifestyle for yourself instead? Whether you have always wanted to retire to a house on a golf course or one in the desert, this article will list three different types of properties that you should consider retiring to. Read More 

Tips For Buying A Mobile Home That You’ll Keep

10 July 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Mobile homes make great, affordable houses for budget-minded individuals and families, but there are some nuances you should be aware of if you're purchasing a mobile home that'll be a long-term residence. Use these tips, and you'll find a great mobile home to keep for as long as you want to. Look for Your Own Land A mobile home may be situated on your own lot or on a leased lot that's within a mobile home park. Read More 

Buying a Condo? Focus on Details That You Cannot Change

10 July 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When you think about buying a property, you may not like the idea of putting so much time and effort into exterior upkeep. This may encourage you to prioritize condos, which can provide you with a place to call your own while also eliminating the need to work on exterior maintenance. While you will benefit from buying a condo that has what you like on the inside, you may want to focus on details that you cannot change to maximize satisfaction. Read More 

Maximize Homeowner Satisfaction When Buying In A Cold And Snowy Climate

10 July 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When someone buys a house in a mild climate where the weather does not get too extreme on either end of the scale, they may not have many concerns while house hunting. But, you may intend to buy a property in a cold and snowy climate where you know that you will experience freezing temperatures, snowy days, and even blizzards throughout the winter months. Neighborhood Taking a careful and thorough look at every neighborhood you find appealing is important because each one will handle the winter conditions differently. Read More