The U.S. as a whole has been experiencing a seller’s market, especially because the COVID-19 pandemic pushed 65% of sellers to hit pause on listing their home, resulting in even lower inventory.
In a seller’s market, it can be hard for buyers to win a home — much less at a decent price, as home prices are expected to continue to rise. But, there are a few tactics that can help you get an offer in and have the best chance of having it be accepted by the seller.
While replacing a sliding glass door is probably not something you want to attempt if you’re a novice DIYer, it is something you can do yourself.
With the right materials and tools at hand it’s fairly easy to do and can easily be done in a few hours if you know what you’re doing.
As the trend towards remote work continues to grow, the more people are realizing the benefit of having a separate workspace.
But just having a home office space set up doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be more productive.
For example, you could have a room with a door, but if you have young children or animals at home with you, sound can quickly become an issue.
Whether you need to make the most of the space you now have or you want to create a fresh look for your home, room dividers are a versatile, inexpensive choice.
Room dividers allow you to:
- ⬣ Turn a single-use room into a multi-purpose one
- ⬣ Create the illusion that a room has more square footage than it does
- ⬣ Allow you to have a separate, private space without the expense (and mess) of adding one or more walls.
High winds are common during stormier times of the year. Sweeping through neighborhoods at astonishing speeds, these gales can damage or even remove parts of a home’s exterior entirely. As such, you as a homeowner must do what you can to prevent this from happing to your own property. Here are a few ways to protect your home from high winds and prevent frequent repairs this spring.