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    Follow Our Sellers Checklist To Stay Safe While Selling Your Home

    By Dylan Wolf | May 2, 2019

    Staying organized while uprooting your life and moving from one home to another can feel impossible. Not only are you trying to get the best financial return on your investment, but you might also be working on a tight deadline. There’s also the pressure to keep your home clean and organized at all times for... Read More

    Blinds or Curtains? Or Both? Top Things to Consider When Choosing Your Window Style

    By Dylan Wolf | April 23, 2019

    Some rooms just need blinds, other rooms just need curtains, and then some rooms look best with both. But how do you decide which rooms need what? There are a number of factors to consider when you’re picking window treatments for rooms in your house, from price to insulation to style to orientation within the... Read More

    Beyond Alexa – Other Smart Appliances You Can Use In Your Home

    By Dylan Wolf | April 16, 2019

    The nation’s largest home-building company, Lennar, now integrates Amazon’s “Alexa” smart speaker system as a function in new homes they construct. In the United States alone there are reportedly at least 39 million privately owned smart speakers, and the growth seems likely to only continue. With an eye to the future, we decided to shine... Read More

    Building Character – Balancing a Home’s Personality and Amenities

    By Dylan Wolf | April 9, 2019

    It’s sometimes said that the limitations of a house are what help make it a home. For many, however, it is a point of pride to accept only the finest in their new residence. How can you find the balance between cultivating a lived-in home with personality and quirks versus a house with cutting-edge amenities... Read More

    Here’s Your Spring Maintenance Checklist

    By Dylan Wolf | April 4, 2019

    Now that spring has sprung, let’s clear the cobwebs and get your home ready! Here is our quick guide to spring home maintenance: Inspection top to bottom: Now that the weather is temperate you will want to check on how your home weathered the winter. Check the roof for leaks, the gutters for damage, and the... Read More

    Find a New Home in Four Steps

    By Dylan Wolf | April 2, 2019

    Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a current owner looking for a bigger home, the ideas below will help you better navigate that all-important first step: Finding a property that you like (and can afford). The search for a new home always starts out with a lot of excitement. But if you haven’t prepared,... Read More

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiring a Contractor

    By Dylan Wolf | March 28, 2019

    Constructing or remodeling a home is a complex, expensive endeavor. Ideally, everything goes as planned, and when the dust clears, the homeowner can settle in and enjoy the new home — and never think about the building process again. But what happens when, nine months after the owner moves in, the floor develops a crack,... Read More

    How to Avoid a Moving Service Scam

    By Dylan Wolf | January 25, 2019

    Most people move in the summer, but moving scams can happen at any time of the year. Protect yourself, your family, and your belongings by knowing how to identify a moving service scam. Are they who they seem to be? Just because a name is similar to a large, reputable company doesn’t mean it’s actually... Read More

    Indoor Plants Anyone Can Grow This Winter

    By Dylan Wolf | January 18, 2019

    You don’t have to have a green thumb to grow lush, green plants, even in the dead of winter. Just find a nice, indoor spot with plenty of natural sunlight! Some plants that can thrive inside are below. Aloe Vera  This common houseplant is very low maintenance and does wonders for your home’s air quality.... Read More

    How to Prepare a Personal Property Inventory

    By Dylan Wolf | January 11, 2019

    If disaster strikes your home, are you prepared? You want to ensure your home and family are protected and to maximize how much you can recover in the event of a disaster. Having homeowner’s or renter’s insurance is a crucial first step to accomplishing this, but it isn’t the only step. Once you have insurance,... Read More