By Jessica Thiefels
7 Ways to Make Your Life Easier During a Home Renovation
A home renovation is as exciting as it is hectic. Between coordinating contractors and choosing fixtures, your home is all out of sorts – which is overwhelming in and of itself.
Luckily, it doesn’t have to be a challenge. Keep these tips in mind if you’re struggling through a home renovation. When all is said and done, you’ll finish with a gorgeous addition to your home and a still maintain your sanity.
Purchasing a home in a seller’s market doesn’t have to be challenging. Some preparation and a strategy may give you an advantage over other potential buyers and increase your chances of having your offer accepted by a seller.
You’ve passed all the tiny home tests – including downsizing from 2,500 square feet to 250 square feet. As you cleaned out the clutter and cozied up to the idea of a simpler life, you had no idea that your big decision to go small would continue to present so many perks. There are many reasons why people are joining the tiny house movement, but some the best benefits of going tiny have yet to come.
By Rebekah White
While the arrival of summer heralds great rejoicing by outdoor enthusiasts around the country, warm-weather lawn care can be a bit of a daunting task. This is especially true if you are a first-time homeowner or novice landscaper. Fortunately, maintaining a healthy lawn isn’t challenging – heed this simple list of do’s and don’ts to keep your lawn looking fresh and green.
By Mariah Hansen
While using a tiny home as a primary residence has become a popular lifestyle choice, there are other ways to enjoy the tiny living lifestyle while still living in a traditional single-family home.
Planning for retirement means making a lot of decisions, including when you’ll stop working, how much you’ll withdraw from your savings each year, and where you’ll live. Many Americans view retirement as an opportunity to move into a new home; in fact, 64 percent of retirees either have moved or plan to move.
By Emily Bishop
Selling a home can be a stressful experience but it doesn’t have to be! You can easily alleviate some of the headaches of the home selling process. Open houses are a great way to showcase your home with potential buyers coming through your door. Make sure to do these outdoor items before your open house so that interested buyers will want to make an offer on your home:
The tiny homes are one of the hottest trends in architecture and minimalist living right now. However, these small spaces can present challenges for pet parents. Luckily, you can have the best of both worlds! Tiny homes can easily become pet friendly with minor tweaks. Here are some tips and tricks to create a more pet friendly environment.
If you’re ready to stop renting and start enjoying the benefits of home ownership, finding the perfect house within your price range can seem daunting, especially in a seller’s market. Keep these things in mind when you are shopping for your first home.
Your home’s curb appeal could be make or break for the amount of showings you have. In the same way curb appeal can attract potential buyers through your door, a less than spectacular home front can also be a detractor. From upgrading landscaping to refreshing paint, consider these eight affordable ways to boost your home’s curb appeal and entice buyers to add your home to their “must see” list: