The process of getting a property ready to put on the market can seem daunting enough. There’s clearing the clutter, endless amounts of cleaning, organizing and scrutinizing your property with a fine-tooth comb. What needs attention and what can you leave alone?

by Cara Ameer | Jul 18

Whether it’s better to buy new or pre-owned property is a frequently asked question. Accordingly, there are some commonly accepted guidelines: new property includes newly-built, off-plan and homes acquired within five years of commissioning while pre-owned homes and apartments are older than five years or have already changed hands once. They are also referred to as the primary and secondary market property.

by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Nov 2
Varying blades' rotation and speed can better distribute cool and warm air, lower energy costs
by Paul Bianchina | Feb 22
Sellers question reliability of findings after contractor finds blown fuse
by Barry Stone | Aug 21
Whole-house fan cuts energy bills, provides health benefits
by Paul Bianchina | Jul 20
Do-it-yourself roof soaking not advised
by Paul Bianchina | Sep 9
4 factors determine whether broken AC warrants immediate fix
by Robert Griswold | Aug 11
Home inspector omits major detail from report
by Barry Stone | Aug 3
Mini split system can cost less, target individual rooms
by Paul Bianchina | Jul 23
How a whole-house fan works
Don't be afraid to confront inspector
by Barry Stone | Oct 13
Tenant displaced from unit fights for compensation
by Robert Griswold | Sep 24
Homeowners should question unreasonable requests
by Barry Stone | Jul 29