With warm temperatures and long days, Summer has traditionally been the high season for buying and selling real estate. But don’t discount these advantages that crop up when temperatures fall. … More Buying a Home this Fall? Read This!
When preparing to sell your home, small updates can make a big difference to buyers. Consider these simple projects that can deliver the biggest bang for your DIY bucks. … More 5 Small Cost, Big Impact Updates for Home Sellers
Is the cost of furniture causing to you to debate if a kitchen table is a “want” or a “need”?
Don’t worry! There are plenty of options for you to furnish your nest without breaking the bank. Here are some good places to start, courtesy of RE/MAX Masterpiece Realty. … More 6 Places to Find Furniture You Didn’t Think to Look
RE/MAX agents know staging is one of the best ways to turn an ordinary house into an extraordinary home. Recently, RE/MAX called on design lovers everywhere to enter the RE/MAX ReStage Challenge to show off their best home-staging skills. Ready to be a star stager yourself? Find inspiration from our seven challenge winners. … More 7 Pieces of Design Inspiration from RE/MAX #ReStage Challenge Winners
You’re done buying your new home and, at last, the moving truck’s been unloaded. Now it’s time to unpack and make the new place your own – a labor-intensive process that will go a lot easier when you follow these five quick tips. … More After the Move: 5 Fast and Easy Ways to Feel at Home
Unless you’ve purchased a brand-new home that includes warranties on the newly installed systems and appliances, there’s no guarantee you’re covered for repair or replacement if something stops working in your new place. One way for buyers of pre-owned homes to protect themselves against the risk of costly repairs is to consider purchasing a home warranty. Here are a few things you should know about them. … More 6 Things Buyers Should Know About Home Warranties
The home-buying approach varies from generation to generation—and in order to overcome down payment hurdles, millennial buyers are transforming the standards of homeownership set by baby boomers … More Millennials Are Redefining Home-Buying Standards
f you’re selling a home for the first time, it’s quite a different ballgame from what you experienced as a first-time buyer.
Ultimately, you’re in control of the process. You call the shots on prepping your home for sale, deciding on a listing price, accepting (or rejecting) offers, and a host of other factors.
But you might want to heed the following tips from RE/MAX Masterpiece Realty. … More 8 Tips for First-Time Sellers
Guest post from Jessica Thiefels Your garage can be one of two things: an empty space for cars to park and clutter to build-up over time, or it can be a useable space that provides value to new homeowners. When you’re competing in a competitive market, you want your garage to be the latter. Use … More 4 Ways to Make Your Garage a Selling Point
Reprinted from Washington Post. There’s no way to sugarcoat it. Hurricane Irma is a catastrophic storm, and it’s heading toward South Florida. If it makes landfall there, it will be the first hurricane to do so since Wilma in 2005. The effects could be devastating. Because of the potential impact, Florida residents should be coming up … More How to prepare for Hurricane Irma