5 Home Inspection Issues to Address Before You List

You can’t, as the saying goes, judge a book by it’s cover.  Neither can a home buyer be expected to judge the condition of a home they’re considering buying based on its outward appearance.  That’s why any sales contract reserves a...

Increase Your Home’s Value this Weekend

You may be surprised to learn that you don’t have to invest in major major renovations or remodeling to bring in higher offers.  In reality, some of the simplest changes can have a major impact on your home’s value.  The three projects listed below require...

Tips for a Successful Garage Sale

Whether you’re thinking of moving or staying put for a while, garage sales are an excellent way to get rid of unwanted items and get re-acquainted with neighbors you haven’t seen since your car got stuck in the alley last winter! If you’re thinking...

6 Tips to Help You Declutter Your Home

Preparing your home to sell means presenting a home which is attractive to buyers. If you’re going to be living in the home while it’s on the market, and you’re choosing not to stage it, you absolutely must go through a decluttering process. It can feel overwhelming...

7 Steps to Evaluate Your Roof’s Reliability

Ah, the humble roof. We forget that the single most important structural element in our home is the roof. It provides shelter for those we love and the things we value. It’s easy to let maintenance slide on something we take for granted. But, if you’re thinking...

Five Things You Should Put In Storage While Selling Your Home

When your home is on the market but you are still living there, you can’t very well make it a model show home. Still, there are a few things you should think about putting in storage while your home is for sale in order to make it as appealing as possible to...