Insider Tips and Tactics for Buying a Home in a Seller’s Market

Posted on: May 22, 2018 by in Blog
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Whether you're a millennial looking to buy your first home or a boomer thinking about downsizing your empty nest, you're probably aware that it's a seller's market out there. Homes are selling at lightning speed, bidding wars are commonplace, buyers often have little to no room for negotiation and the price of those homes keeps rising. But don't worry! Just because it's a seller's market doesn't mean you can't get a good deal on the home of your dreams. Here are some insider tips and Continue Reading ...

Home Improvements To Help Your Home Sell Faster and For More Money

Posted on: May 14, 2018 by in Blog
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The real estate market is heating up, and if you're planning to sell your home in the future, you want it to sell quickly and for as high of a price as possible. By taking proactive action now, you can make a few strategic home improvements that can help you achieve both your goals. To boost your home sale and reduce time on the market, consider these top home improvement ideas to catch buyers' eyes. Garage door When potential buyers visit your property, you want to make the best first Continue Reading ...

How Long Does A Home Inspection Take?

Posted on: May 8, 2018 by in Blog
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An expert Home Inspection can't be done in two or three minutes...it sets aside opportunity to encounter a home and make an appraisal of the limit, arrangement, and condition of the more significant part of the different materials, sections, structures that include the private remaining. So to what extent does it take? Here are a few factors that mainly identify with the time it will consider for a Home Inspection to be performed: The traverse of the home Obviously, bigger homes will take Continue Reading ...

Home Inspection and Its Importance While Buying A Home

Posted on: May 2, 2018 by in Blog
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  Home inspection is extremely important since it provides the seller and the buyer information about the state of your house. Bunches of sellers look for home evaluations when they decide to put their residence on the market. By doing this, they can understand exactly what problems there are and exactly what prospective buyers need to understand. The cost of the home inspection depends on the house size and type of house. Why hire a Home Inspection Company Home buyers should always Continue Reading ...

5 Useful Inspection Tips for Your Newly Constructed Home

Posted on: April 26, 2018 by in Blog
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  Proper home inspection is the best defense against buying a home with structural defects that might be costly to remediate. But, do you know how to inspect a home? If you don’t, don’t despair. The home inspection tips below will guide you through the entire home inspection process. 1. Hire A Home Inspector That You Trust Ideally, you can inspect a new home yourself. But, the truth is that you may not identify all structural issues within your home. Therefore, it would be a wise Continue Reading ...

Home Inspection Checklist for Buyers and Sellers

Posted on: April 20, 2018 by in Blog
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Home inspections are in no doubt a great deal. If they are not complete in the correct manner, the buyer or seller will not be able to learn about everything that may be wrong. But what is disclosed in the home inspection report? Many buyers and sellers do not know much about home components and the way houses are constructed. They might encounter problems when attempting to decipher home inspection terminologies. Given that the many of them do not know how to differentiate between serious and Continue Reading ...

4 Tips For Festive Flourishing Flowers, Vibrant Plants And Hardy Herbs

Posted on: April 12, 2018 by in Blog
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Spring is in full bloom, but are your plants keeping pace? If the answer is anything but a resounding yes, don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time to get into the spirit of the season and grow your most beautiful bed of flowers. “There’s nothing like the start of the season,” says Emily Murphy of Pass the Pistil blog. “I love planning my space, buying seeds and starts, and making sure I have the right tools to make the gardening season a success. Before I start any project, I Continue Reading ...

Don’t Re-roof Until You Do These 5 Things

Posted on: April 6, 2018 by in Blog
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With spring officially arriving, home improvement season is swinging into full gear. Fair warning to homeowners looking to hire a professional, 2018 is predicted to be a record-breaker. A recent study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University projects home improvement spending will approach $340 billion this year — the strongest gain for remodeling in more than a decade. Among the costliest of projects is roofing, a large expense with serious implications if put off or Continue Reading ...

Silent Destroyers: Tips To Spot Termites And Prevent Infestation

Posted on: March 29, 2018 by in Blog
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There are many reasons that termites have gained the nickname "silent destroyers." Five billion reasons, in fact. Termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage in the U.S. each year. If left unchecked, they can silently chew through the structural stability of a home, eating away at wood, flooring and even wallpaper. To make matters worse, the damage they leave behind is not typically covered by most homeowners’ insurance policies. How to spot termites Spring is prime time for Continue Reading ...

The Secret Places Pests Are Hiding In Your Home

Posted on: March 21, 2018 by in Blog
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Pests can be hiding just about everywhere — whether you can see them or not. When you know where to look, there are preventative measures you can take to help avoid a pest infestation problem in your home. Terminix shares details on the unexpected, “secret” places pests can be hiding. Sinks and drains One often overlooked area is the kitchen sink. When not properly sanitized, drains can become a breeding ground for pests like cockroaches, drain beetles and fruit flies. Cockroaches are Continue Reading ...