6 Ways to Beat Burnout!

It’s been about a year and a half since many of us have started working from home and while some of us are slowly transitioning back to the office, the majority remain either at home or are committed to a flex schedule that allows for a bit of back and forth. Regardless of your specific…

How to Bring Restaurant Design to your Dining Room

Remember the feeling of walking into your favorite restaurant and looking forward to a nice meal in a great atmosphere? With the shutdown of indoor dining around the country, social media has been flooded with beautiful pictures of homemade food. Now it’s time to bring that same enthusiasm to your dining room décor and complete…

6 Boredom-Busting Ideas for Home DIY Projects

If you’re like most homeowners, you used your time during the early months of the quarantine to take care of all the home improvement projects on your list. Now, you might be getting bored and wondering what to do next.  Don’t worry, we’ve got six ideas for fun home improvement DIYs that you’re sure to…

Stay Up-to-Date on Market Trends

As a homeowner, staying informed of how the housing market is performing in your area can be critical to the timing of when you make your next move. Knowing how much comparable homes in your neighborhood are being listed and sold for can help you plan and prepare with ease. With our Homesale Market Watch…

10 Tips to Prepare Your Home for Fall

Cool temperatures serve as a reminder that the fall season is approaching fast. As the season changes so do our activities and home needs. Even though summer is not quite over yet, it’s a good time to do some seasonal maintenance to keep your home running smooth. Here are 10 of our best interior and…

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,…

FIVE TIPS TO WHIP YOUR FINANCES INTO SHAPE

It’s a new year, so that means a new you. Isn’t that the high hope that most of us set during this time of year? Whether your focus is on improving your health, finances or even picking up a new hobby in 2016, if you’ve already set the goal, you’re one step closer to achieving…

Home Warranty: Frequently Asked Questions

What is a home warranty? A home warranty is a one-year contractual guarantee that should certain appliances or mechanical systems fail due to normal wear and tear during the coverage period, those items will be repaired or replaced, subject to a small deductible. How is a home Warranty different than homeowner’s insurance? Homeowner’s insurance and…

Happy Father’s Day!

Homesale Realty would like to say Happy Father’s Day to all of the fathers! Have a wonderful day! AskHomesale.com provides real estate advice and information for home buyers, home sellers, and homeowners alike. Askhomesale.com is part of the Homesale Realty Family. The Homesale Family of Companies is the leading real estate company serving the Baltimore, Maryland, South…

Energy; Use less to save more this season

  You can save big money by changing your energy habits. Today, most things we use are run by electricity, but have we become over-dependent? What are the alternatives? If you haven’t already, conduct an energy assessment to find out where you can save the most, and consider making a larger investment for long-term energy…

Being a Good Neighbor

Ask yourself, ”Am I a good neighbor”? Good neighbors are important.  Living in a neighborhood where you feel safe and connected can impact your level of happiness and even reduce stress.  You may not be able to change your neighborhood, but you can certainly change the experience you have in your neighborhood by getting out…

Winter’s Wrath

If you have been impacted by the current arctic temperatures, or if you live in an area frequently hit by winter storms, this article is for you! While you can’t change the weather, you can minimize some of winter’s biggest threats to your home.   Here are a few suggestions to help avoid potentially expensive…