Make Moving Day...Enjoyable?

You finally found your dream home! You took a week to celebrate and now the feeling of dread sets in. Packing up and moving to a new home is no easy task. Here are 4 simple ideas that could make your move go from dread to dare I say, enjoyable??!!!

1. Bedrooms First

We have all been there! You are exhausted from working hard to move your family to your new home. You walk into your bedroom hoping for a good night's sleep only to find a half-assembled bed and a mound of boxes! It doesn't have to be this way. When moving, start with the bedrooms!

2. Dedicate Someone to Building Furniture

Not everyone will be able to do this. But if you have friends or family helping you move, ask the question “Do any of you…

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WATCH OUT! To Save Thousands When Buying a Home

We’ve all been there; we’re trying to find the next home for our family. We look for location and style of home, but it is also important to be aware of potential repairs you may face after purchasing. Ultimately hiring a licensed inspector will give you peace of mind when purchasing a home. But as a future homeowner, keep these possible repairs in mind to potentially save you thousands when buying a home.

1. Cracks in drywall seams

Cracking on drywall seams on a 3–4-year-old home is quite common. It could just be a sign that the home has dried out since building, or the home has settled slightly. But watch out if there is cracking in multiple rooms! Partner that with floors that seem to be…

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Do you have any idea what those words mean on the offer?

What does THAT mean?

Have you ever met with an “expert” and didn’t understand a word they said? Here is a list of real estate terms that will make YOU the expert when talking to a real estate professional!

Days on Market
  • The amount of time a property has been actively listed for sale. Days on market measures time from the listing date to the date the offer is accepted.

  • Items written on an offer to purchase that must be completed before the sale of the home is finalized. Examples include financing conditions, sale of another home, or a home inspection.

  • A term is not a condition that needs to be fulfilled before the offer is…

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