Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Dining Room Edition

The dining room is the ultimate side-kick to the “hostess with the mostest.” Whether it be family dinners, holiday meals or a gathering of friends, your dining room needs to be prepared to impress no matter the occasion. In the eighth edition of our Head-to-Toe Home Reno series, we will give you some practical, yet…

Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Kitchen Edition

They say the home is where the heart is, but we all know the heart of the home is the kitchen. With everything that happens in your kitchen, keeping it organized can be a bit tough. In the seventh edition of our Head-to-Toe Home Reno series, we have a few storage tips and simple updating…

4 Important Winterizing Steps For Your Home

The nights are getting longer, the days are getting shorter and that means only one thing…winter is coming! You’ve heard people talk about winterizing their home and you wonder if you should be doing it, too. The answer is yes. Clean Your Gutters This task should be completed throughout the fall, especially towards the end…

Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Guest Bedroom Edition

Guest bedrooms can propose quite a conundrum. While you want it to be nice in case someone stays over, you don’t want to have to keep up with cleaning it that often and you also need some of that space for your own personal storage. In the sixth edition of our Head-to-Toe Home Reno series,…

Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Kids Bathroom Edition

Isn’t it ironic that the room in the house that helps kids stay clean is the one room that is always the messiest? It can be tricky to keep kids’ bathrooms organized and clean, especially when it’s a shared space with more than one child. In our fifth edition of the Head-to-Toe Home Reno series,…

Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Kids Bedroom Edition

Trying to decorate a kid’s room can be really tricky. You know their tastes will develop as they age so you need to pick furniture and decorations that can easily change and aren’t too expensive. Also, kids and teenagers alike can be messy so what should you use to keep things tidy yet functional? In…

Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Master Bedroom Edition

The master bedroom should be a peaceful sanctuary to relax and unwind from a busy day. Unfortunately, with kids, activities and other responsibilities, we tend to neglect the one space in our home that should bring us comfort, allowing it to become cluttered and another cause of daily stress. In the second edition of our…

Head-to-Toe Home Reno: Attic Edition

Have you always just thrown boxes into the attic and then frustratedly tore through them to find what you were looking for? Have things piled up over the years and the clutter is driving you insane? Do you want to maximize the space in your home and utilize every room to your benefit? You’re in…

Did You Get The Message?

When dealing with a market as fast-paced and dynamic as real estate, you need to be in constant and instantaneous contact with your agent. Why wonder whether they’ve sifted through their inbox and saw your email about that recently listed home when you can just text them? Our September Market & Tech Stats update shows…

Say What?

Sometimes REALTORS® can become immune to industry terminology and may forget clients don’t understand what some words mean or how they can impact their decisions. Never fear! Here is a list of some of the most common real estate industry terms and their definitions: Buyer’s Agent: The agent who represents the interests of the buyer….

Sell Your Best Self

When homeowners are reviewing offers from potential buyers, they factor in more than just the money. They want to know that whoever is going to buy their house will take care of it with the same pride that they did and they want to make sure their home will fit the needs of the new…

Real Estate Myths

BUSTED! We’ve got the low-down on some common real estate myths and the truth behind them.  Myth: Homes can only “pass” or “fail” inspections. Truth: The home inspector’s job isn’t to pass or fail your home. They are there to outline potential problems and issues that need addressed for health and safety. They will also…