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The Role of Mobile Apps in Shaping the Future of Smart Homes

When the smartphone made its first appearance in recent decades, it took the world by storm. Everyone wanted a computer in their pocket that gave them access to the internet, music and games. Since their debut, smartphones have become an essential part of daily life, which means apps are more prevalent than ever before. It’s […]

5 Storage Ideas to Add Space to Any Room

Storage can be a challenge for anyone designing their dream home, whether you’re working with a tight space and trying to fit in all the things you need or simply want to stretch your favorite room for all it’s worth. What happens when there isn’t enough space for cabinetry, or when the usual storage simply […]

4 Areas of Your Home You Didn’t Know Drastically Affect If Your Home Sells or Not

Once you decide to sell your home, the race is on to sell it as quickly as possible. A fast sale will help you move on to your next step without having to worry about taking on a second mortgage or constantly keeping your home perfectly clean for potential buyers. While there is no single […]

Effective Staging Tactics to Sell Properties Fast

Getting properties on and off the market quickly means higher commissions. Staging is a proven method for selling properties faster and for getting offers at or above the asking price. Are some staging tactics more effective than others? Boost Curb Appeal What do potential buyers see when they drive up to the property? If it […]

4 Aesthetic Disasters That Drive Down Your Curb Appeal

You only get one chance to make a good first impression. This wisdom is as true for your home as it is for people. Therefore, it’s important to make an effort to keep the exterior of your home looking great so that you can preserve its curb appeal. This will give people a favorable impression […]

Thinking of Repainting Your Home? Here’s 4 Things to Consider

Many homeowners like to repaint their homes every few years. This enables them to cover blemishes in painted surfaces as well as freshen the look of their home with trendy new colors. If you are planning to paint your rooms, keep in mind that it is a challenging task as well as a creative opportunity, […]

4 Creative Tiny Home Renovations

Tiny homes can be comfortable, cozy, and cute, but they can also feel confining and cluttered. If you relate to  the latter descriptions, then there is still hope for you and your tiny home. The one barrier that stands between you and the home of your dreams is the lack of space. If you want […]

4 Areas of the Home to Have a Plumber Check Before You Sell

In today’s real estate market, the days of “let the buyer beware” are long gone. Instead, as a seller, you need to be sure that you accurately represent your home to potential buyers so that you don’t risk suffering significant economic consequences. One important component of your home that needs to be inspected is your […]

Breaking the Millennial Out of Home Buying Gridlock

Even with encouraging job and wage reports starting in early 2014, many real estate market experts and economists are still less than enthusiastic about the return of the Millennial generation to the real estate buyer market.  The young generation, particularly recent college graduates, have historically been the foundation of first-time new home buying. Better Jobs & […]