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Looking Forward to a Happy New Year!
The National Association of Home Builders has issued a positive forecast for housing growth in 2013. That expectation, coupled with a prediction from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) that median home prices will be strengthening by an anticipated five percent next year, confirms a solid direction for our real estate market, and for the economy overall.
Much has been said about the effects of clutter on homebuyers and home sales, but what about its effects on you and your everyday life? Most of us have a little clutter in our homes, which poses no threat to our quality of life, but for some, it can have a negative impact on our happiness and healthfulness. Here’s how.
New, or Not?
Every homebuyer has a decision to make: resale or new construction? Each offers distinct advantages, but when it comes to the buying process, they’re more similar than you might think.
It’s Got to Go!
How you live in your home before it goes on the market is very different than how you live in it after it goes on the market. Below are five things that shouldn’t be in any home you hope to sell.