Whether you’re in the market to buy a new home or you’re on the verge of listing your home for sale, finding a good realtor, one that you can relate to and feel at ease with, should be the first thing on your list of things to do. A good realtor will help pave the way to an easier, and hopefully quicker, closing.
While it is sure to be a very exciting time in your life, moving from one home to another can also be extremely stressful. Whether you are moving across town or to a different state, it is important to stay organized and handle as many tasks as possible before the actual move in order to alleviate some of that stress. Inevitably, there are always last minute things that will come up that we have no control over, so follow the below checklist to keep control of the situation as best you can.
It is no secret to anyone watching the housing market that within just the past year, the sales of new homes have increased to the highest level we have seen in over a decade. For anyone currently looking to become a homebuyer, this news puts more of a strain on the process, which can quickly lead to heartache and frustration.
In this current market, you need to be aggressive in your search and in your offers. There is no time for procrastination.
Whether you just moved into a “new to you” home or have lived in your home for years, there seems to always be something that comes your way that needs to be fixed or tweaked. The problem is, we don’t always have the right tools handy to fix it, or sometimes we do not even know what to fix it with! Below is a list of tricks to help with these little nuisances that creep into our lives.
Homeowners have less and less time to worry about the upkeep of their home, especially some of the larger, more time consuming, labor intensive, expensive jobs. Here we outline options to consider that are low-maintenance and durable when you are facing your next upgrade or repair.
ROOFING: Rethink your roof. This day and age, we have a lot more roofing choices than just the traditional asphalt shingle roofs. If you are looking to stay with asphalt shingles, consider upgrading to the newer asphalt shingles with double thick tabs made with weather grade asphalt between the layers.