Uncategorized 7 Signs It’s Time to Upsize Your Home Even though you may enjoy your current home and all of the memories it holds, there may come a moment when you simply must relocate. Recognizing when your beloved small home no longer meets your needs is an important element of being a homeowner. When that time arrives, consider embracing the prospect of ‘upsizing’ to […]
Home Improvement How to Know When Your Home Improvement Project Calls for a Professional Being a homeowner is a major responsibility. It’s up to you to keep your home in good shape through regular maintenance, dealing with problems, and even taking on major renovations at times. With all of this on your shoulders, it’s tempting to go the DIY route whenever you can. The trouble comes when homeowners try […]
First Time Home Buyer How Can a Real Estate Agent Help You Save Money When buying or selling property, many people wonder whether hiring an agent is necessary. Their logic is: why should I pay for something I can do myself? The agent’s commission is what they want to avoid. However, they fail to recognize the copious benefits an experienced agent brings to the table. And once they do, […]
VA Home Buyers Top VA Loan Tips for Homebuyers in 2021 Serving in the armed forces is one of the most honorable experiences many men and women can have. Being in the military comes with a lot of perks and benefits. One of the most overlooked benefits by both Veterans and service members buying a home through a VA loan. A VA loan is a mortgage […]
Home Garden How to Decorate Your Garden: A Guide Decorating your garden, however big or small, is a fun and worthwhile task. Of course, it often involves some hard, physical work, and it can be very time-consuming. For this reason, it’s good to have a plan of attack for your garden! By this, we mean that you should plan in detail what you want […]
First Time Home Buyer 10 first-time homebuyer loans and programs By Zach Wichter There are many first-time homebuyer programs and grants available to help you afford your first real estate purchase, generally assisting with the down payment and closing costs. We’ve rounded up some of the best national grants, programs and loans for first-time homebuyers that can help get you into your first home without […]
Real Estate Affordability Your Dream of Buying a Larger Property After Retirement Can Become a Reality Retirees who have worked hard and saved carefully may consider buying a larger home better suited to pursuing new hobbies, small business ventures, or hosting family gatherings. For those who have accumulated many belongings over the years or are storing the possessions of college-aged children who haven’t yet settled down, a larger home allows for […]
Working From Home Know your target audience: 10 ways to understand your people by Gareth Platt, 3 November 2020 Over the last eight months, reams of reports declared the decline of the events industry. From dire job warnings to protests in major cities, it’s been a tough time for those in our space. But, instead of looking at the downsides of this locked-down world, we should be paying […]
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Working From Home How to Choose the Best Location for Your Home-Based Business Image via Unsplash by Tina Martin How to Choose the Best Location for Your Home-Based Business Whether you’re running your business from home due to the pandemic, or you’re getting ready to launch a home-based business for the first time, choosing an office location is one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make. […]
Real Estate Affordability How Much House Can I Afford? Quick Guide To Home Affordability By Richard Stevens Digital Content Manager New Silver Lending, LLC Calculating how much house you can afford is relatively straightforward if you just want a basic estimate based on your current salary. For instance, one quick rule thumb is to multiply your annual salary by 2.5 (or 3 if you have a good credit score). […]
Real Estate Downsizing How to Navigate Moving and Downsizing as a Senior Image via Pexels by Michael Longsdon Moving to a new home is an exciting, yet daunting task. Not only do you have to decide where to live, you also need to think about the logistics of moving. Because most seniors choose to move into smaller homes or units, downsizing possessions might also be on your […]
Assisted Living Moving to Assisted Living and Leaving the Family Home When assisted living is on the horizon, there’s one question that looms: What should seniors do with the family home? Most of us dream of passing our homes to our children someday. But in the face of rising assisted living costs, many seniors are realizing that’s no longer an option. If you’re headed to assisted […]
Home Garden Downsizing 101 for Seniors (Photo viaPixabay) You’ve decided to downsize. Congratulations! Whether you are downsizing into a completely new home, decluttering your current humble abode, or downsizing an area of your life completely unrelated to real estate such as finances, this is a chance to start a whole new chapter in your life that many report to be marvelously […]