Understanding the Real Estate Market with Homesale

The real estate market is always changing and it’s important to understand who is dominating the current buyers market when you are selling your home. The trending demographics can influence your list price and your method of marketing. Our August Market & Tech Stat breaks down some key traits of the home buyers from 2017,…

Budgeting Tips

Whether you are looking to upgrade to a better apartment, buy a house, do renovations or start saving early for retirement, budgeting can help with each of these goals. The idea of budgeting may be intimidating so here are a few tips to get you started. Make Your Own Chart There are a lot of…

Not-So-Scary Renovations

Renovations don’t always have to be costly and time-consuming. They also don’t have to mean knocking down walls or ripping up flooring. Sometimes, it just means changing the light switch plates. Here are a few ideas of small updates you can do to add value and style to your home. Paint Whether it’s the bathroom,…

7 Last-Minute Vacation Ideas

It’s August and back-to-school time is quickly approaching. How did the summer fly by so fast? With work, summer camps, sport camps, internships and part-time jobs, you never got in that family vacation! Don’t worry, here are 7 last-minute vacation ideas to satisfy the entire family. 1. Amusement Parks: This trip can be a single…

5 Ways To Make Your Summer Party A Success!

It’s summer! The days are long, the nights are warm and it’s the perfect time for a party. In between the family vacations and the fireworks, gather together for some good food and great fun. Follow these tips on how to make your next summer party a success! Send Out Online Invitations One of the…

Landscaping Tips

Have you ever looked at a home and thought that its landscaping was beautiful, but you could never afford it? Landscaping can be costly and discouraging if done improperly, but there are several things that you can do to increase the beauty and value of your home for an affordable price. Plant Trees and Shrubs…

5 Ways to Prep for Spring Allergies

They say April showers bring May flowers, but they forget to mention the seasonal allergies. If you’re like us, you’ve been eagerly awaiting the warmer weather of spring, but wish there were some options to help with the side effects of all those blooming flowers and trees. That’s why we came up with a few…

5 Ways to Refresh Your Outdoor Living Space

Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about that backyard, deck, or patio you’ve neglected these past few months. Intimidating thought? We hope not! But just in case you don’t know where to start, we’ve come up with a few ways you can turn that outdoor space into your…

6 Ways to Pamper Your Home

February can be an indulgent month. A time for showering loved ones with sweet treats and grand gestures. But what about your home? After months of cold winter days, your home could probably use some spa treatment of its own. Check out our list of ways you can pamper your home and fall in love…

10 Steps to Winterize Your Home

As we get closer to winter, it’s time to start thinking about preparing your seasonal properties for vacancy during the long winter months. By being proactive in your approach, you may be able to avoid costly issues and some major frustrations. Follow these simple steps and feel confident knowing your home is equipped for the…

6 Fall Cleanup Tips

The kids are back in school, the leaves are turning, and a chill is in the air. If you’re like most homeowners, fall means an opportunity to spruce up your yard and cut down on the work you’ll need to do when spring arrives again. Check out our following tips to prepare your home for…

4 Ways to Make Your Small Space Feel Bigger

Whether you have a 3500 square foot luxury home or a 500 square foot tiny house, most of us find ourselves dealing with cluttered spaces at some point or another. So the question becomes not why we deal with it, but how do we solve it? Too often the simplest storage solutions are overlooked because…