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Selling a Home

Kick up the Curb Appeal: 5 Ways to Give Your Home a Great First Impression

March 29, 2018
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Whether you’re meeting your future in-laws or going in for a job interview, first impressions can make all the difference. The same is true for your home—especially when it’s on the market. Even if your house isn’t up for sale, making a few small changes can give your exterior a fresh look and give your guests a warm welcome that reflects your style. 1. Try a new color scheme. New paint can go a long way to creating a clean and sophisticated look. Be sure…

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Selling a Home

Next-Level Strategies for Selling a House

March 20, 2018
Family at an Open House

In a bustling real estate market, it pays to find ways to stand out from the crowd. If your budget allows you to get creative, consider these next-level strategies for selling a house that others have tried—and which might attract the right buyer for you! Host an open house that raises the roof. Rather than compete with every other listing’s traditional weekend open house, add a little extra flair to catch people’s attention and ensure that attending is worth their while. Here are some ideas…

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Checklist for Putting Your Home on the Market

May 5, 2017
Planting flowers to improve curb appeal

Your dream home’s calling your name, but first, you have to sell your current residence. Not sure where to begin? Not a problem! Our handy checklist outlines seven simple steps to take before listing your house, townhome or condo. __ 1. CHOOSE AN AGENT. If you’re planning on buying a new construction home, ask your homebuilder if they have a program to help you sell your current home. If not, it’s time to choose an agent. Ask friends and family members for referrals and take…

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Preparing for a Move: How to Declutter & Minimize

April 13, 2017
Couple packing in the living room

It pays to know the difference between your treasure and your trash, particularly when it comes to moving. No sense in hauling what’s effectively dead weight, right? But the process of determining—and purging—what doesn’t hold personal worth can carry a fair degree of murk and uncertainty. Does this have lasting sentimental value? How much of something is too much? Won’t I need this someday? After all, you’re not just organizing random objects; you’re organizing your life. But rest easy. Many have emerged from the decluttering…

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What Are House Hunters Looking for in 2016?

September 9, 2016

From dedicated laundry rooms and outdoor living spaces to eat-in kitchens and walk-in pantries, here’s a look at the top structural items on homebuyers’ wish lists—plus a few more desirable features like exterior lighting, garage storage and hardwood floors. Check out our handy infographic and feel free to share it!   If you like this post, don’t miss our other home-focused infographics: Tips for coordinating your home’s color scheme and A simplified guide to mortgage options.   

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