Do these tasks before putting a house on the market
by Bryan Robertson | Jul 7

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

Upgrading your home yourself shouldn’t cost you a ton of money to do, but is it possible to make a difference on a tight budget? Of course! It doesn’t take a ton of money or expertise to improve your home. As proof, here are 10 inexpensive upgrades anyone can do.

by Kyle Draper | Jul 14

First-time homebuyers can easily be caught off guard by unexpected surprises. Here are 21 tips that will quickly get homebuyers up to speed and ready for a successful house hunt.

Despite their age, old houses are loved because of their history. Every historic home gasps the air of mystery and curiosity with a million stories of love, life and hope floating within it.

by Tripti Rai | Nov 20

One reason sellers prepare and stage their homes for sale is so buyers can imagine themselves living there. It can be difficult for buyers who are emotionally involved with the home to picture what the place will look like after the sellers move out.

To avoid after-closing problems, make sure that your purchase contract is clear about what stays with the house and what does not. Real estate law and custom vary from one area to the next. Ask your agent for help if you have any question about what’s included in the sale and what is not.

by Dian Hymer | Jul 16
Sellers don't always play by rules when moving out
by Dian Hymer | Apr 9
Some items violate building codes, are health hazards
by Arrol Gellner | Jan 28
These quality items just need a little TLC
by Arrol Gellner | Jan 14
Little conveniences create optimal bathroom experience
by Arrol Gellner | Dec 3
Most banks won't make repairs, though there are exceptions
by Barry Stone | Aug 17
Consider professional refurbishing as alternative to replacement
Longtime tenant fights policy absent from lease
by Robert Griswold | Mar 12
Discount prices drum up profits, aid environment
by Mary Umberger | Feb 3
How to handle unfinished repairs, missing fixtures
by Dian Hymer | Aug 10