Tag: Real Estate
Installing crown and other types of molding is an easy upgrade that can give a classy, traditional look to your home and add to its value. A good miter saw, which can make cross-cuts at various angles, and some patience make this a feasible do-it-yourself project. Not up on your molding lingo? Let’s start with the basics: Molding is a strip or block of wood that has been machined at a mill into any of a variety of designs, dimensions, and styles. It is used as decorative trim.
When the National Association of Realtors (NAR) was founded in 1908, the membership was 100% male. In fact, the original charter stated that the purpose of the trade organization was to “unite the real estate men of America.”
The majority of homebuyers start their search online, so it is important to make the first impression count! Follow these tips to prepare your home for the best real estate photos possible.
There are always things that you wish you had done differently. As they say, ” hindsight is 20/20/ But, when it comes to making one of the biggest purchases in your life, as a home buyer, you are better off learning as much as you can from the experiences of others. Read on to see things other home owners wish they knew before purchasing their homes.
July 2019 is a month for the history books. Today Realtors and veterans everywhere are celebrating as the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act has just been signed into law. H.R. 299, which eliminates the cap on home loans issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs, is a bill benefiting veterans seeking to make home purchases.
Where are the boundaries of your property?
To accurately answer this question you should order what we call a survey. Survey’s are wonderful, detailed, professional maps that you can order and record with your deed at the time of purchase. You may also use surveys to help understand your land’s boundaries and establish the placement of fences.
This year left many of us wondering, “What is in store for real estate in 2019?” I do not have a crystal ball to help you answer this question. But, I do have experience in the market, and an understanding of the current trends.
Do you live in your forever home? For most homeowners these days, the answer is no. So, whether you plan to live in your house for the next 15-30 years or just plan on staying for the next 5-7 years, you benefit from updating your home in ways that will give you the greatest return. Check out some of our favorite upgrades, remodels and renovations that pack the best bang for the buck listed below!