This time of year is so much fun with spring weather giving way to warmer temperatures. There are so many wonderful tasks to tackle during spring cleaning, yet this is one of my favorites. Some may say that changing out your sheets is not a maintenance tip, but so many people forget to switch their sheets. So we decided to include this for you. Replace winter bedding with spring or summer bedding will help you sleep better in spring and summer. There is something about removing your winter flannel sheets for the crisp spring linens. It reminds us Read More
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! We are thankful for all the blessings bestowed upon us! And we are thankful for our followers, fans, customers, investors, friends, family and all that help HomeZada! Thanks to our families and friends, we are thankful for the company and food we will enjoy on Thanksgiving Day! Thanksgiving is a time to get excited about traditions, both old and new. It is a time to appreciate all shared stories and events of the day. For some, Thanksgiving might be football and turkey. And others might be new to celebrating America’s bringing together of people. We are thankful for our families and friends! And we are thankful for all that share their stories. We wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving and a great start to the holiday season!
New buildings simply lack the magic and character of older homes. If huge, wood-burning fireplaces, elegant wood trim and moldings and centuries-old oak trees in the front yard are what you are looking for, chances are high that you’ll end up buying an older home. But wait, did you know that ancient buildings are also potential money-traps that can drag you down into a never-ending cycle of repair and maintenance? The older the home, more are the chances that there will be problems with electrical wiring, plumbing and roofing. Not to mention the heating and cooling systems. Below is my list of the four most important things that have to be done before buying an older home. Read More
Guest Blogger: Leslie Kramer
People often spend money to remodel their house. However, no one cares about the exterior. Why the hell not? It’s just as important, if not more important. The first thing people notice about your house is the exterior. If your house doesn’t look appealing from the outside people won’t bother coming in. Improve the curb appeal of your house to lure buyers Read More
The National Association of Realtors conducted a survey to learn what important home features were valuable to new home buyers. Not surprisingly, they found that three to four bedrooms were a high priority. Especially with children, these rooms are important. They looked at homes that were around 1800 square feet in size to meet a minimum space requirement. Additionally, amenities like central air and walk in closets were important home features to new home buyers. A must for any home, a master bath is important. New appliances were a plus, as was a tech ready home. These specific features were important when making a home purchase. Read More