As anyone who has ever purchased
a used car will tell you, looks can be
deceiving. To get a true picture of
the quality of the product, you have
to “look under the hood.”
What does this have to do with
shopping for a new home?
When you find a property you like
on the market, it’s easy ...
Finding the right home involves more
than just finding the right property. The
location plays an important role as well.
The last thing you want is to be dazzled
into buying what looks like a dream
home, only to discover later on that the
location makes it inconvenient to get to
work, school and other activities. ...
“Location. Location. Location.” You’ve probably
heard that phrase before. It simply means that where
your home is located is just as important as the
features of the property itself.
Location affects market value. But it also affects
your lifestyle. Here are some personal questions to
ask yourself when shopping for a new home.
1. Do you want to live in the busy part ...
Let’s face it. If you’re selling your home, you
probably don’t have the time or budget to do
a complete landscaping project. Luckily, you
don’t necessarily need to. There are a number
of affordable ways to improve curb appeal
and, thereby, impress buyers who drive up to
You can create a more welcoming entrance, for
example, by painting the front door ...