This month’s newsletter features articles on:
How Much to Put Down in Order to Move Up
The U.S. real estate market is picking up in many areas, with continued low interest rates turning more and more renters’ thoughts to how they can achieve their dream of homeownership this year.
On the Surface
Your countertops take a lot of abuse and are one of the first thing people notice about your kitchen and bathrooms. If you are thinking about replacing them, whether for your own enjoyment or because you’ve decided to sell your home, here’s a primer on popular countertop materials to help you choose which is right for you.
While there are always things, like unsatisfactory home inspections for example, that can go wrong in your hunt for a new home — why not take control of the things you do have control over, by avoiding these four ways buyers might end up sabotaging their own home purchase.
Vacant homes pose a unique challenge for homeowners when it comes time to sell: they can linger on the market longer and fetch fewer dollars. Why? Here are a few reasons.
With the hottest weather of the year on its way, now is a good time to bus a few myths about energy savings so that you don’t lose your cool when you get your utility bills.