May 2019

Found 3 blog entries for May 2019.

The official first days of Summer are finally here. Naturally, you and your family will be spending more time outside and what’s better than creating your perfect home away from home in the comfort of your backyard. Check out the best backyard DIYs to make your Summer days & nights more fun! 

 

1. Set up an outdoor movie theater

 If you have the backyard space this one is a no-brainer! After a long hot day, the Summer nights can be quite enjoyable, and there is no better way to spend them than watching a good movie! Set up this easy DIY Backyard theater to really bring in the Summer vibes. Click here for the instructions.

2. Build a super-simple tree house.

 This is a quick weekend project that your kids will love! This tree house is

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Artificial plants may never die, but having live plants in your home will make your home look and feel better. Nothing brings life into a home better than well-maintained greenery.  Most indoor trees are easy to take care of and only need adequate water and a spot where they'll get enough light. You can fill your home with trees or just add enough to a room to beautify empty space. Here are the best indoor plants to add life and coziness to your home. 

1. Fiddle Leaf Fig

You probably have a friend who has a Fiddle Leaf Fig tree in their home right now, and for good reason. They only need regular watering and indirect light, and are the perfect size to add a touch of greenery to a room. Be sure not to overwater this

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We have worked with countless sellers. The sale of your home relies on a number of factors, and we understand it’s easy for things to fall through the cracks. Don’t let these traps sabotage the sale of your home.

We’re here as a resource for this potentially stressful transaction to be a smooth sail from listing to closing.

 

Mistake #1 - Not Knowing The Local Market

 

Knowing the sold price of homes in your neighborhood gives you a good idea of how much you should list your home for. Overpricing can leave your home on the market for longer than anticipated, putting things on hold. We keep track of the neighborhood statistics for you, so you’ll always be up to date.

 

 

Mistake #2 - Overlooking Easy Fixes Before An Appraisal

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