First-timers should look for the best ways to save when buying a home

There are plenty of ways for first-time shoppers to lock in a great deal on the starter home of their dreams. However, they may not know about them due to the fact that they’re relatively inexperienced when it comes to shopping for a property, in addition to the conditions that currently exist in the housing…

Statistics about Home Sellers

The below graphic focuses on percentages of home sellers by age and how that relates to the price of the homes they have sold. If you’re not sure what your home might be worth, find out now!

Avoid these 7 Mistakes when Listing Your Home

To get the most out of your home sale, it pays to pay attention to the details. By avoiding these common mistakes you could save yourself thousands – even tens of thousands – of dollars by the end of the sale. Skipping the home inspection. Depending on the age of your home, a pre-listing home…

6 Easy Summer Weekend Projects

Looking for ways to spruce up the house for the summer season? There are tons of creative ways to spruce up your home both inside and out, and all it takes is a weekend and maybe a trip to the local hardware store. Build a Tree Bench If you have several large and well shaded…

Plenty of ways to start summer DIY jobs

Now that summer is finally here, homeowners can put the finishing touches on their homes and yards with DIY projects. The problem some people face when they’re trying to start those efforts is that they can seem like colossal tasks to undertake. However, they don’t have to be. One of the first things homeowners might…

June Market & Tech Stat

With the right maintenance, your home appliances can last you many years. June’s Market & Tech stat shows the average lifespan of a few common home appliances.

Don’t Let Student Loans Stop You from Buying a Home

Having substantial student loan debt can be a strong deterrent for millennials from achieving important milestones in life such as purchasing a first home. Fortunately with responsible planning and budgeting it doesn’t have to be one or the other. Follow these tips so you can have your degree and buy a home too. Learn how…

Use the summer to redesign the kids’ rooms

Now that kids are home for the summer, getting their ideas – and help – with a bedroom remodel can be a great family activity. All it takes is a little elbow grease and a few hours to make any kid’s room look completely different, and better match their ever-evolving tastes. One of the easiest…

6 Backyard Party Ideas to Enjoy this Summer

As we come to the start of June, everyone is thinking about summer vacations, kids being out of school, and time outdoors. As you spend the long summer nights hosting barbecues and bonfires, transform your back yard into another living space. We’ve got you covered with some great ideas! Build a S’mores Bar We all…

Five Tips for First Time Homebuyers

Ready to purchase your first home? Though the process may seem overwhelming, knowing where to start is half the battle. Follow these five tips to help ease your stress and prepare for a smooth home buying experience. Clean Up Your Credit Score Having good credit is one of the most important factors when qualifying for…

May Market & Tech Stat

The Market & Tech Stat for May focuses on a few of the reasons why people sell their homes, and what factors influence their decision.

Go greener with simple home changes

Most homeowners are on the lookout for simple ways to save a bit of money here and there, because even a few cost-cutting measures can really add up over the course of a year. Meanwhile, many Americans also want to reduce their environmental impact for both financial as well as for more altruistic reasons. Fortunately,…