What to Know about Summer Lawn Care

ADDED July 17, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Lush greens and rolling verdant fairways stoke homeowner dreams of the perfect lawn. In most areas, July starts the season with the highest demand on the water supply. So maintaining those lavish landscapes takes knowledge and a plan. Planting Not all grasses are equal. When designing your lawn, be sure to use a grass that…Read More »

Avoid Budget and Time-Busting Scope Creep

ADDED July 15, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Whether you’re remodeling to sell or renovating to make your place your dream home, there are two faces to the enemy of your plans: time scope creep and budget scope creep. Either can wreak havoc on your project, and both together can spell disaster. What is scope creep? It is the unintended expansion of both…Read More »

Three Home Safety Features You Should Keep Up To Date

ADDED July 14, 2014 0 COMMENTS

In the midst of all the summer activities, there are a few things you should add to your to-do list to keep you and your family safe in your home. Here are three: Fire Extinguishers If you don’t have a fire extinguisher, you should get one. Install one in the kitchen and other areas prone…Read More »

Creating Summer Buyer Attraction

ADDED July 3, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Summer is a great time to invest in outdoor upgrades and indoor options that make your home appealing to buyers. After months indoors, homebuyers respond quickly to outdoor amenities when scoping out homes to buy. Creating outdoor living areas and highlighting outdoor views give potential new owners the impression of both expanded space and bright,…Read More »

9 Ways to Celebrate Independence in Your New Home

ADDED July 1, 2014 0 COMMENTS

No matter when you close on your new home, there’s probably a holiday just around the corner giving you the perfect opportunity to host a party in your new digs. With Independence Day coming up, here are some ideas for celebrating your independence from landlords and rent, while showcasing your new place. Hang a Flag…Read More »

Do you Want to Buy an Older House?

ADDED June 27, 2014 0 COMMENTS

With many older neighborhoods experiencing revitalization, an older home might be a smart investment. So, whether you’re a first-time buyer or looking to flip a house for cash, an older home in an established neighborhood might be perfect for you. Here are some things to think about when comparing an older home to a new…Read More »

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