Year: 2016

The Home Buying Process: Infographic


When Not To Try and DIY

You know the saying about your eyes being bigger than your stomach when you order a giant meal at a restaurant and then only eat a fraction? When it comes to DIY, your eyes can be bigger than your skill. Or your balance. Or your finesse.

Paint your room or pull up your carpet or plant some annuals or put together a bookcase. But when it comes to the tough stuff, it’s best to know when to call for help. Here are seven times you should call a guy instead of DIY. Read More


21 Ways To Save On Your Remodel

Busting the budget is everyone’s biggest fear when it comes to renovation. And with good reason. Even if you follow the essential advice we’ve been doling out for years—build in a 20 percent cushion to cover the nasty surprises, get contractor references and check them, banish the words “while you’re at it” from your vocabulary—it’s hard not to end up shelling out more than you want to, even if you want to pen a check for a million bucks. Read More


Why Sellers Shouldn’t Wait Until After The Holidays to List Homes

With the holidays approaching, sellers often wonder if they should keep their properties on the market or take them off? Or if they haven’t listed their homes yet, should they wait until after the first of the year? Maybe hold off until spring? Read More


Real Estate Glossary For The First Time Home Buyer

Every industry has its “inside” jargon, and the real estate industry is no exception. Some of the lingo, such as “location, location, location,” is a snap to decipher, while other real estate terminology can be downright incomprehensible. Read More


The Home Buying Process: Infographic


When Not To Try and DIY

You know the saying about your eyes being bigger than your stomach when you order a giant meal at a restaurant and then only eat a fraction? When it comes to DIY, your eyes can be bigger than your skill. Or your balance. Or your finesse.

Paint your room or pull up your carpet or plant some annuals or put together a bookcase. But when it comes to the tough stuff, it’s best to know when to call for help. Here are seven times you should call a guy instead of DIY. Read More


21 Ways To Save On Your Remodel

Busting the budget is everyone’s biggest fear when it comes to renovation. And with good reason. Even if you follow the essential advice we’ve been doling out for years—build in a 20 percent cushion to cover the nasty surprises, get contractor references and check them, banish the words “while you’re at it” from your vocabulary—it’s hard not to end up shelling out more than you want to, even if you want to pen a check for a million bucks. Read More


Why Sellers Shouldn’t Wait Until After The Holidays to List Homes

With the holidays approaching, sellers often wonder if they should keep their properties on the market or take them off? Or if they haven’t listed their homes yet, should they wait until after the first of the year? Maybe hold off until spring? Read More


Real Estate Glossary For The First Time Home Buyer

Every industry has its “inside” jargon, and the real estate industry is no exception. Some of the lingo, such as “location, location, location,” is a snap to decipher, while other real estate terminology can be downright incomprehensible. Read More


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