House Tee Time: Selecting A Home In A Golf Course Community

When a large golf course is being built, there is a good chance that nice homes are being constructed alongside the course. This is of benefit to those who are interested in buying a brand new home. The homes in golf course communities are often built to look immaculate. When you are house hunting, golf course homes are a good buy, as the area is kept well and is likely to have an HOA that oversees a lot of the beauty and safety of the community. Read More 

3 Keys For Your Water Damage Claim

If you're looking to get what you need after a flood, pipe burst or other water damage incident, it's important that you quickly find out how to follow up and clean it. Doing this will provide you the help that you need to get your home back in great condition while avoiding more serious problems. With this in mind, you can get started by following these tips and getting in touch with a company that can look out for you. Read More 

Buying A Home? Checking The Condition Can Get Complicated

If you're planning on buying a home, performing a thorough inspection of everything you can think of is vital. If something is wrong and you purchase the home anyway, the repair costs are usually your problem unless it's something outrageously deceptive or an issue protected by local real estate laws. As you consider your next home, here are a few inspection points to keep in mind. Can You Check The Plumbing Thoroughly? Read More 

Transform A Fitness Room Into A Juice Bar And Gym

If you recently purchased a luxurious home nestled deep in the woods that comes with many modern amenities, including a fitness room, and would like to welcome some of your friends to participate in workout sessions with you, add some additional features to the room to transform the area into a juice bar and gym by implementing the tips below. Offer your guests a grand tour of your new residence before providing them with the opportunity to use the equipment and enjoy the beverages that you have prepared. Read More 

Marketing Mistakes All Real Estate Agents Should Avoid Making

Working in real estate is a very rewarding and often lucrative career. However, any good agent is going to have to have a flawless marketing strategy in place to be successful. Sadly, there are some very common marketing mistakes that many agents make that can be extremely costly when it comes to both money and growth. The following are some examples: Underutilizing the Power of Social Media Social media is king today. Read More