Can’t Sell Your Home in a Seller’s Market?

It’s  no  secret  that  most  of  the  country  is  experiencing  a  strong  seller’s  market. With more  homebuyers  than inventory, most  sellers  have been  delighted  to  sell quickly  and often with multiple  offers.  Yet,  some  homes  are  still  sitting  on  the market  and these  sellers  may  be  wondering  why. Here are  7  reasons  why  your  home …

Top Trends for Your Outdoor Living Space

Summer is here and you’re spending more time outdoors. For most of us, this still means primarily in our own backyards. Personal outdoor space has never been more popular and if yours could use a little sprucing up, here are the hottest trends for 2021. Outdoor Kitchens – This trend is going nowhere. Ever since…

6 Upgrades Millennial Buyers Pay More For – and 1 Exception

Home sellers assume they must make some upgrades before putting their home on the market. While any deferred maintenance or extreme wear-and-tear issues should be addressed, major upgrades or updates may not net more money when you sell; especially with millennial buyers, who are looking for their first home in droves. 6 Common Upgrades Millennial…

Buyers and Sellers – Stay Focused on Your Goal

Buying or selling a home can be stressful, even in normal times. Right now, when the housing market is moving at a frenetic pace, both buyers and sellers are making quick decisions and are feeling extreme pressure. As the tension rises, it can be easy to overlook the end goal; right-sized home, relocation, dream home,…

How To: Make Puffy Sidewalk Paint

School is just about out for the summer and there is one thing on every parent’s mind; How are you going to entertain your kids for the next few months? Puffy sidewalk paint is easy-to-make, allows your children to be creative, and, most importantly, it keeps them and their mess outside! Check out the recipe…

Congratulations to our 1st Quarter 2021 Award Winners!

Every quarter Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices sends out a list of the top real estate offices from around the United States, ranking them based on their size and location. We are proud to announce that Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty has 10 agents/teams and 7 offices that have ranked in the top 100, top 30, and top 3 of their respected categories for the First Quarter…

Interior Designs Tips for Your Bedroom

Everyone can agree that 2020 was a very difficult year; the pandemic forced us all to spend more time in our homes than ever before. This renewed focus on our living space resulted in a new appreciation of the way our surroundings affect us. With more family members working and studying from home, the bedroom…

Are You Being Represented by a “Yes-Agent”?

We all know the type. The person who just says “yes” to anything, never challenging or questioning an opinion or strategy. These people-pleasers agree with anything suggested; while they may be nice friends, in real estate a yes-man or yes-woman can actually cost you money. Often a lot of money. No one likes to leave…

6 “Must Do” Projects for May

Summer is quickly approaching! As you get ready to spend more time outside, make sure everything for the season is in order. Getting a jumpstart on prepping your house and tools for Summer will not only save you time later, but give you the opportunity to complete these projects at a leisurely pace. Check out…

Fresh & Eclectic Design Trends for 2021

Recent interior design trends have focused on one primary era or design scheme. Mid-century modern furniture and accents have dominated the magazine covers and home shows as decorators have worked with their clients to bring this trend into their spaces. Yet, what to do about the beautiful antique chest from your grandma or the dining…

Understanding the Back-Up Offer

 “When can I consider my home sold?” This is one of the most common questions real estate agents are asked. While the laws vary in different states, generally the contract is binding once both parties sign the offer. At that time the closing process begins. This is also the time when sellers must stop considering…

Things to Consider before Buying a Home Together

It used to be that couples first got married, and then bought a home together. No more! Modern couples no longer consider marriage a prerequisite for buying a home together. Buying a property together can complicate either a breakup or a divorce if not considered upfront. No one likes to think about the end of…