Posted by Marissa McCormick on August 20, 2019 in
Packing everything and worrying about all the paperwork is stressful enough. Then you have to move and unpack everything again when you finally move. Some people prefer to just pay movers to do it for them and make the process a lot easier on themselves. If you are one of those people or would like to be, there are some things you should know. For one thing, there are a few items that movers will refuse to touch or that you should want to handle yourself. Knowing what they will, won&r... read more
When searching for a new home there are many things to consider. Classic vs. modern. Ornate vs. simple. Single floor plan vs. multiple. There are numerous house styles available throughout the country but the humble little ranch is back in the public eye recently.
Ranch homes were among some of the most popular in the nation at one time. Though the style fell out of favor for a time. Much like fashion, architectural styles and housing trends tend to move in cycles. If you’ve been shopping recent... read more
Posted by Rachel Ennis on June 19, 2019 in
1. One of our favorite things about summer is being outside (if it would ever stop raining long enough - ha!). Here are the Top 4 trends we're seeing and loving for your outdoor spaces this year:1.Create a staycation spot.
a. Set up a weatherproof speaker system.
b. Have a fire feature.
c. Add lighting.
d. Install an outdoor kitchen if you enjoy cooking.
2. 2. Make backyard focal point structures.
a. Build your own green house or shed.
b. Use old... read more
To err is human. If you’re about to embark on homeownership for the first time, it should go without saying, that you are about to make A LOT of mistakes. The truth is: the buying process can be overwhelming, confusing, and (sometimes) just plain not fun. But, trust us, learning about some of the mistakes first time homebuyers make, and then, making the effort not to repeat those mistakes will make this process so so so much more enjoyable!
Take a look at some of the most common (and frustrating) firs... read more