This month’s newsletter features articles on:
Housing Activity on Positive Trend
As home sales continue to rise through many parts of the country, it’s interesting to note that home prices in many areas are also continuing to rise, due to lower levels of inventory. This observation was noted by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), even in the aftermath of last fall’s Hurricane Sandy.
The War Against Germs
As we’re in the thick of cold and flu season, now seems a fitting time to talk about germs at home — where they like to congregate, how to prevent their spread, and, by extension, how to minimize the risk of them making you and your family sick.
Home hunting can be an arduous task. To make the process less stressful and more fruitful, here are six things you should consider bringing with you on the hunt for your next home.
Emotionally detaching from your home is key to remaining objective when setting your asking price and sitting at the negotiating table. Here’s how to stop seeing your home as “your” place, and start seeing it as a product to be marketed and sold like any other product.
Finished or not, basements add valuable space to a property, but homeowners often overlook this area of the house when preparing to sell. Here are some tips to help get your basement looking its buyer-ready best.