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Brace for Impact

         How Insurance Can Protect Your Home               ... [read full post]
published March 6, 2018

Get Cooking-Prepare your outdoor kitchen for springtime

Hello, For some helpful tips to prepare your outdoor kitchen for springtime-Get Cookin      ... [read full post]
published February 21, 2018

My Gift to you

published January 16, 2018

Are You Prepared?

Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home? There will be a lot of time and energy put into “The Big Move” so be sure when you are getting things together that you not forget to plan for the first night in your new space. More than likely you will not ... [read full post]
published September 13, 2016

Be Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home

      Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home? There will be a lot of time and energy put into “The Big Move” so be sure when you are getting things together that you not forget to plan for the first night in your new sp ... [read full post]
published August 30, 2016

Are You Ready For The First Night In Your New Home?

Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home?   There will be a lot of time and energy put into “The Big Move” so be sure when you are getting things together that you not forget to plan for the first night in your new space. More than likely you wil ... [read full post]
published August 22, 2016

What do I need for the first night?

Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home?   There will be a lot of time and energy put into “The Big Move” so be sure when you are getting things together that you not forget to plan for the first night in your new space. More than likely ... [read full post]
published August 17, 2016

Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home?

Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home?   Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home? There will be a lot of time and energy put into “The Big Move” so be sure when you are getting things together that you not forget to plan for the fi ... [read full post]
published August 15, 2016

The First Night In Your New Home

The First Night In Your New Home Are You Prepared For The First Night In Your New Home? There will be a lot of time and energy put into “The Big Move” so be sure when you are getting things together that you not forget to plan for the first night in yo ... [read full post]
published August 12, 2016

Is This To Good To Be True?

  Is This To Good To Be True?   THIS HOME HAS SOLD! THIS HOME HAS SOLD!        Beautiful Contemporary Style Home for sale. It’s close to the interstate AND close to a highly sought after school district! I know it ... [read full post]
published July 27, 2016

Labels Labels Labels

How to label moving boxes Wether you are moving out of your current living space or moving into a new space, a little planning/prepping while packing your items goes a long way. Here are a few suggestions that you might find helpful. Materials to have on hand: Per ... [read full post]
published July 18, 2016

How to save for that down payment

Down Payment Saving Tips For Renters There are some simple ways to start saving money for a home purchase. Try these steps to create your own Down Payment fund. SET A TARGET GOAL How much house can you afford? Research shows people who set specific savings g ... [read full post]
published July 15, 2016

Open House Time

Open House-Listing Agent- Questions to Ask Plan on attending any Open House soon? If so the following questions are a good place to start. The questions might spring board you to jot down some questions of your own so that when you arrive you will be prepared to ... [read full post]
published July 13, 2016

VA Top 3 Tips

Top 3 VA Home Loan Tips   Tip #1 Check your credit. Over 70% of all credit reports in the US have errors. Your lender will be checking your credit report and will make important decisions based on that report, decisions that can effect the  bottom line. Make sure ... [read full post]
published June 30, 2016

Summertime Care

Summertime Prep It’s time to prepare for the warm/hot summertime. Before turning on the sprinklers and cranking up the air conditioner consider looking around your home to see how to get it ready for the warmer temperatures. Tuning things up can help you save mone ... [read full post]
published June 27, 2016

DID YOU KNOW?

DID YOU KNOW?   In a real estate transaction the SELLER pays the commission for both the listing agent and the buyers agent. Everything is of course negotiable but in most circumstances this is the standard. The commissions are paid directly to the brokerag ... [read full post]
published June 23, 2016

When Selling Your Home

CONSIDER THIS... When buying your home keep this in mind… The following is a general overview of the steps involved in buying your home. The First step is deciding to buy a home. Be sure to be ready financially as well as emotionally.Getting pre- approved is the ne ... [read full post]
published June 6, 2016

Why A Home Inspection?

WHY HAVE A HOME INSPECTION?     A HOME INSPECTION IS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON CONTINGENCIES IN REAL ESTATE. AS A BUYER YOU HAVE THE OPTION OF MAKING YOUR OFFER CONTINGENT ON AN INSPECTION OF THE HOME. GENERALLY AN INSPECTION WILL COST BETWEEN $350-$500, DEPEN ... [read full post]
published May 26, 2016

UNEXPECTED EXPENSES

Unexpected Expected Expenses     The following is a list of possible expenses that might be unexpected by a new home owner. These items can add up quickly. A lawnmower is something that will be needed to keep that new yard in tip top shape. Prices can vary depen ... [read full post]
published May 6, 2016

Invest In Real Estate

    “Real estate can not be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.”              ... [read full post]
published April 21, 2016

Real Estate You See Today

"Real estate can not be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.”                    &nbs ... [read full post]
published April 18, 2016

7 THINGS TO CONSIDER

7 Things to consider before buying real estate   Before you begin searching online for real estate to purchase consider these 7 items. These items will save you time and hopefully keep you from making some mistakes. LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION There is a rea ... [read full post]
published April 14, 2016

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

When buying your home keep this in mind…   The following is a general overview of the steps involved in buying your home. The First step is deciding to buy a home. Be sure to be ready financially as well as emotionally. Getting pre- approved is the next step. ... [read full post]
published March 25, 2016

Documents for a mortgage

Documents needed to apply for a mortgage   There are certain documents needed to apply for a home mortgage. Unless you plan on purchasing a home with cash there are certain financial items that are needed in order to apply. Some are definitely necessary and other ... [read full post]
published March 23, 2016

10 FIRST TIME HOMEOWNER MISTAKES...

10 FIRST TIME HOMEOWNER MISTAKES… 1.  Don't fall in love with a home before paying for it. This could cost a  bundle.  2.  If a home inspection is skipped it could mean a nightmare in the future.              ... [read full post]
published March 21, 2016

REALTOR VS. FSBO (FOR SALE BY OWNER)

        Some homeowners choose to sell their homes on their own. There are pros and cons in choosing to sell a home without a realtor. Selling a home is hard work and when it comes down to it only you can decide which is best for you and your home. ... [read full post]
published March 16, 2016
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