Your home is the biggest part of your net worth and according to statistics, accounts for nearly 40 to 45% of your monthly expenses. As a result, you should always be on the lookout for ways to minimize the expenses and maximize the value. Especially over the long run, as eventually you will sell your current home. Read More
For most people buying a new home is a significant investment. Before signing any papers, you have to check the place thoroughly to find out if the house is in an excellent condition. Most of the homeowners forget to inspect the place for pests because they don’t think it’s that important.
Chances of your property value reducing due to troublesome pests are more. Before you buy a property, you should get a pest inspection from a pest control company. Here are some of the good reasons on why you should consider it. Read More
Should I purchase a condo instead of a home?
This is a question that most of us think about when searching for a new home. While a nice one-story ranch on a cul-de-sac with a white picket fence sounds awesome, the landscaping and the exterior maintenance may be a large turn off.
If this sounds like you, that’s okay because you’re Read More
It seems that in a study by Key Retirement Solutions “One in five homeowners aged over 55 are planning to downsize over the next five years”. Yikes. This is a lot of people moving to smaller homes. A smaller home generally means moving less stuff into the new home. So what is anyone to do with all the things they own? And how can stress free downsizing occur in this transition? Read More
It’s no secret that spring is the best time to sell your home. But just because there will be a flood of buyers doesn’t mean you can sit back and wait for the bidding war to begin. So if you want to sell your home quickly and at the best price possible, check out these 10 springtime home selling tips. Read More