April 2019

There are 3 blog entries for April 2019.

Tools for the HomeNew homeowners may find that costs add up quickly when hiring someone to perform routine maintenance and make minor repairs in a home. One way to stay within the budget is to tackle a few basic tasks and repairs. Explore some common tools every homeowner should have to help meet their needs when making repairs and performing maintenance.

Get It Exact

Whether it is for buying new furniture or measuring for new lighting in your home, new homeowners cannot go wrong with buying a tape measure. Get one long enough to provide sufficient length, like the 25-foot tape measure, and look for one with a blade to prevent buckling.

See in the Dark

Inside the house or in the car, every homeowner should have a portable flashlight. Use it to check out

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What Strategies Top Agents Use to Market HomesWhen it comes to selling a home using marketing strategies, not all real estate professionals strive to get much exposure beyond putting a sign in the yard and posting an ad in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). However, doing the bare minimum and crossing fingers isn't enough to get a home sold for what it's worth in a reasonable period. Here's what real estate professionals should be doing for sellers in today's marketplace.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

The Best Realtors Go Beyond Multiple Listing Services

The first question to ask potential agents is how they plan to actively market the property and draw in buyers. If all they

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4 Siding Options For Your HomeWhen it comes to a home’s external appearance, nothing can define it quite as much as its siding. There are many different options on the market that homeowners can choose from, whether they’re buying a new construction home or updating their old siding. Each type of siding comes with its own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important for homeowners to learn about the types they’re interested in order to make an educated decision. Here are some of the most popular types of siding and what makes them each unique.

Wood Siding

When it comes to classic choices, wood easily is one of the most well-known. Wood is easy to cut and shape, so it’s a popular choice for siding, and it can potentially last decades if the homeowner takes care of it.

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