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
If your home is for sale or you’re ready to list, you’re most likely familiar with the basic principals of home staging. But when it comes to listing your home during the holiday season, it’s not always so simple. Unless you’re a total Scrooge, you’ve probably been tempted to pull out your holiday decorations and deck the halls, but will personalizing your home in this way REALLY lessen your home’s chances of selling?
You’re in luck! Decorating your home for the holidays d... read more
In efforts to offer a better understanding of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, Inman is giving us a break down on the real estate impact. See the full article below to for a well rounded view of those who will be impacted by this change in reglaution. Originally Posted by: InmanBy Tom Wheelwright Posted: 2:00 a.m Thursday, June 28th, 2018view the original article
The Top 8 Winners and Losers of Trump's Tax Plan
The new tax law's impacts on homeowners, buyers and investors
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You’re probably familiar with the concept of staging a home for sale, but when you’re ready to put your home on the market, the idea of creating an atmosphere that buyers will find the most appealing can be overwhelming. While there are numerous companies that will stage a home for you, we know that moving can be an expensive and hectic endeavor, which is why we put together an easy-to-remember guide for DIY staging. Check out the tips below!
1. DeclutterOne of the most important act... read more