Feeling like your house is just a little too big for your season of life? Here are a few signs it’s time to downsize: 1. You’re retiring One of the most common reasons people downsize is due to retirement. As you move towards retirement, you may not need as much space and will be able to save more money by purchasing a smaller home 2. You don’t want to deal with maintenance Home maintenance can be expensive, time consuming, and an overall hassle. If you’re looking to free up
Let’s brush up on your real estate knowledge! Here are some acronyms and abbreviations you should know if you’re looking to purchase or sell a home. Avoid the confusion by getting familiar with the industry lingo! Save this post for later by clicking the bookmark icon above - you’ll be a pro in no time!
Want to give your bathroom a makeover without breaking the bank? Here are 5 ways to update your bathroom on a budget! 1. Switch out your builder grade mirror for a framed mirror. This instantly gives your bathroom a more luxury feel, and you can find great, inexpensive ones at places like Target, Home Goods, or TJMAXX! You can purchase one large framed mirror or purchase two of the same mirror to center over the sinks. 2. Paint your cabinets! Tired of the wood stain on your b
Ready to give up renting and become a homeowner this year? YAY! Buying a home is an exciting but nerve wrecking process. I'm here to walk you through every step of the way. Here are 8 things I think are the most important to do before you buy a home. Check your credit score. The higher the number the better the loan terms will be. Some banks will give you a loan with a credit score of as little as 620. At the same time DON'T BUY ANYTHING BIG (like a car, furniture you ha
If you just purchased a new house, it’s the perfect time to get rid of stuff you no longer want and replace it with things that match your new place! If you’re looking to create your new home aesthetic, go to Pinterest and create a “home” board. You can even create sections in your Pinterest board like “master bathroom” and “kitchen”, so that everything stays organized. From there, look up words in Pinterest that describe your style (ex: “white modern kitchen” or “costal neut
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Moving is stressful for your furry friends!🐶🐈 Our pets can feel our energy, so when we feel anxious, they feel anxious too. Here are a few tips to make the moving experience a little easier for your beloved companions! 1. Pack an overnight bag with food, litter, potty bags, toys, blankets, treats, food and water bowls, and beds to stay organized and keep your pets comfortable through the first few days of unpacking. 2. Drop your pets off at daycare or a friends house the mo
A good real estate agent can walk you through the buying process and help you buy your dream home, or sell your home quickly and for the most profit. A bad agent can botch your transaction, screw you over, and leave you feeling frustrated, used, and overwhelmed. I can’t reiterate it enough, you must work with an agent you trust, someone who has your best interest at heart, stands up for you as a client, and puts you first, An addition, it’s important to like your real estate